Wish Bone offers a variety of volunteer opportunities.  Visit our volunteer page to learn more.

Our mission is based on Nathan Winograd's No Kill Philosophy, which states that all healthy and treatable homeless animals have the right to live.  

our DOGS ARE FED
Pet Adoption

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Our Most Recent Adoptions

NEW ARRIVALS

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

OUR BUSINESS SPONSORS

Dogs who may otherwise be destroyed at an overcrowded shelter are temporarily placed with you, their foster family, until a forever family is found. 

NEXT ADOPTION EVENT

Sunday, April 12th 12 - 3 PM

Petco - 1700 E. College Ave, Normal

We have many opportunities available for volunteers, whether it involves contact with the dogs, doing office work, volunteering at events or data entry from your home.  

Bonnie

​​​​​TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME 

4 TICKETS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER!!

CARDINALS vs N.Y. METS
BUSCH STADIUM 

SATURDAY, JULY 18th, 6:15 PM
Section 149, Row 16, Seats 4, 5, 6 & 7
Retail price for these tickets: $143 each

BIDDING ENDS AT MIDNIGHT MARCH 31st  

WINNER WILL BE NOTIFIED APRIL 1, 2015

SUBMIT YOUR BID BELOW

TICKETS DONATED BY 

​COMMERCE BANK

ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT OUR RESCUED DOGS

Current Bid - $1000

Zeus

Linus

Skipper

Wiggles

Lilly

Athena

Charlie

Dixie

No Kill Starts With YOU!

Click on the photo for no kill quick facts

Adopted

Pet Safety Tip

Keep Your Cat Indoors

It's a fact that an inside cat lives a longer, healthier life than the kitty that puts paws to the pavement. Outdoor cats face dozens of dangers, including cars, other cats ready to fight for love or territory, and exposure to fleas, ticks, worms, as well as sickness or death from eating spoiled food or household poisons.