Kane shelter taking pet adoption seriously

With nearly 500 animals taken in last year, Kane County Animal Control officials say they take adoption of their charges seriously and carry out a detailed procedure before the four-legged — and sometimes two-legged — orphans go to homes as pets.

The adoption process usually begin with someone either coming in to the animal control shelter on Keslinger Road or visiting petfinder.com, a website that animal control uses to list what pets are adoptable, according to Tom Schlueter, Kane County Health Department public information officer.

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