The anti-cruelty society, Chicago pet adoption center, thought of a creative way to raise money — pet portraits. The city shelter has already raised over $10,000 to helping Chicago animals find homes as situations have been more difficult since the coronavirus outbreak. “With the way things are right now, we had to think of a new fundraiser that was positive…
The city shelter has already raised over $10,000 to helping Chicago animals find homes since the coronavirus outbreak by creating personalized artwork. NBC 5’s Kye Martin reports.