Treehouse Humane Society

The aim of Treehouse Humane Society is to rehabilitate and rescue injured, sick, abandoned and abused stray cats. Located in Chicago, IL, this no-kill organization accepts in-need felines from all over the city and suburbs.

Tree House is a humane society that upholds the inherent value of all animals and tries to school the public about responsible and proper animal care with an emphasis on the placement of stray cats with distinctive emotional and physical needs. They are devoted to have all treatable and healthy animals in a home.

Since being established, Tree House has fabricated progressive and unique approaches to animal welfare that not only enriches the lives of companion animals in every community, but also give a bigger awareness of animal welfare problems to the general public.

Admission/Adoption: Tree House’s main mission focuses around the rescue of neglected and sick cats. Since 1970, Tree House has helped more than 20,000 cats.

Spay/Neuter Program: Tree House has neutered over 25,000 animals through public spay/neuter services and their community Cats/T-N-R (trap-neuter-return) program.

They are always seeking support for their ongoing efforts to recover abused, injured, neglected and sick stray cats. Your donation lets them keep on rescuing all the defenseless animals in need and give crucial medical treatment, comfort, and care as well as continue their rehab efforts to aid these deserving furry little ones find permanent owners and residences.

Your support also allows them to aid hundreds of other animals via their services like Pet Food Pantry, TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) Education Outreach, Animal Assisted Therapy, Grief Counseling, and Animal Behavior Counseling programs.

Tree House has been given a rating by Charity Navigator of being a four-star charity, which means most of their funding is utilized for their services and programs instead of fundraising and administrative costs. Tree House also possesses a BBB favorable rating. Every dollar counts!