The situation is dire for Save-A-Pet shelter

More than 40,000 dogs and cats have been rescued over Save-A-Pet’s 38-year history, but the Grayslake-based shelter is in danger of shutting its doors due to dire financial issues.

The non-profit no-kill shelter, which operates with the help of some 350 volunteers and relies on donations to care for its rescued animals, has less than six months’ worth of cash reserves, said Marc Portugal, shelter development manager.

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