Precious Pets Almost Home Chicago, Illinois

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Paul Guerino

a year ago

We adopted our fur daughter in January 2020, not knowing what was coming. She's brought us SO MUCH JOY through some very dark times. Thank you PPAH! For those who have rated low due to slow response times, practice patience! These folks are doing amazing work and on their own time.

Johanna Jimenez

a year ago

Please check this place out! Everyone was so friendly throughout the entire adoption process, and were super thoughtful when we welcomed our new baby home. It is truly amazing to see how much they love their cats. Their work definitely reflects this. I am so grateful to have worked with everyone here in adopting our little baby.

Tanya Rinsky

a year ago

A dedicated group of volunteers who give great advice in helping you match with the perfect pet. Can’t possibly recommend them more!

Molly Martin

2 years ago

Adopters beware. These people are not to be trusted. I adopted my cat exactly 1 year, 5 weeks and 5 days ago. At his 3 month checkup he was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease. I was told at the time of his adoption that he was about 3 years old. Now I do realize with a rescue age is not exact. However, after his diagnosis I was told by 3 vets, yes THREE, that it was obvious there was no way he was close to 3 years old and he was more like 10 to 12 years. Huge difference between 3 and 10. After 10 months of doing all I could for him (medication, diet, biopsies, ultrasounds, daily IV fluids, feeding him by hand and much more) I had to say goodbye to him today. For an organization that vetted me thoroughly. Even calling my vet to ensure I was taking proper care of my current cat, they certainty don't take care of the cats in their care or use vets that can spot the obvious. If you adopt from them make sure you have the cat thoroughly tested by a reputable vet as soon as you get them so you are prepared. The last thing you want to do is say goodbye to your loved one almost less than a year after welcoming them home, like I did. Now please don't get me wrong I love my cat and was ready and willing to do whatever it took to give him a happy, comfortable life. The only thing I will do differently in the future is have extensive testing done on any cat any age that I rescue regardless of who I adopt from (but it will not be from PPAH). It's just sad and wrong that I had him in my life for so little of a time and that he was not able to live his best life.

Camille Savage

2 years ago

I can’t say enough good things about my experience adopting through PPAH. My 19yr old cat Leo Sylvester Savage passed away in June of 2020 & having had him since he was 10weeks old I was absolutely devastated by his loss. In fact, I’m still processing my grief over his passing. I could be on here all day going into the backstory of how Leo came into my life, but it suffices to say we share a very deep bond & I’m not the only one carrying his loss. I still had his younger sibling Nile, who is also deaf so, deciding to adopt a new member of the family wasn’t just about me. As a result of being deaf Nile took a lot of cues from Leo and adjusting to life without him was a real adjustment especially when it came leaving Nile home alone. When I felt ready to adopt & open my heart I was obviously still very tender & unfortunately had some very dissatisfying experiences with a few others shelters I encountered before discovering PPAH. I first found PPAH or rather Lion-O through Petfinder & reached out to the shelter via email. From the first point of contact the very next day with the adoption staff, I experienced a complete 360 compared to the treatment from other shelters. Finally I was dealing with compassionate, human beings who cared not just for the animals, but what I was going through as well. Everyone I communicated with either over the phone or through email was kind, courteous, & patient dealing with me as by the time I found Lion-O my anxiety levels were through the roof. Everything seemed to be falling into place, & because of PPAH’s partnership with The Windy Kitty Cafe I got to meet him & go spend real quality time bonding with him & learning his personality. Also an experience I highly recommend❣️ Anywho, as I said everything seemed to be falling into place until suddenly it wasn’t, turned out there was an application ahead of mine for Lion-O whom at the time was named Pepperpaws, which I still call him sometimes bc he is hilariously spicy & quick to swat with his little paws. So there I was in love & again devastated, the staff expressed their regret in the misleading of Lion-O still being available & of course let me know if another kitten with his temperament became available they would reach out. At that point I was just about ready to give up my search & accept perhaps then wasn’t the best time for me to adopt, & then the best & most completely unexpected thing happened. I was called & told the previous adopter backed out & Lion-O was & they were ready to complete the application process. That was maybe 3 or 4 days after I’d received the bad news about the other pending application. I couldn’t believe it, which also goes to show what’s meant to be will be no matter what❣️❣️❣️ Anyway, from there the process was quick & painless. I’m also incredibly grateful to Lion-O’s foster mom bc as far as house breaking he’s the best behaved kitten I’ve ever encountered. & 6months later the three of us couldn’t be happier to have each other, & I’m truly delighted to be able to give the awesome staff, volunteers & fosters such a glowing review on my experience in adopting from them.????

Jenny Byrne

2 years ago

Hoping to hear from them after a few days of calling and emailing...


2 years ago

I love kittens and i love This place!!!!

Amara Javed

3 years ago

This place is so cool who love furrrr pets.... love u kari she’s look after all her cats and.. love to have my cat princess ❤️❤️❤️

Margaret Peters

3 years ago

If you're trying to put your pet up for adoption learn how to answer your phone calls and respond to emails. I have literally emailed them about adopting one of their kittens like 10 days ago and they still have not responded and calling is just as useless because it is automated and tells you to leave a email which is pointless if they do not even respond in the first place! They are horrible at contacting!!! By the time you actually get to contact them the pet you wanted is gone!

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Precious Pets Almost Home, Illinois, Chicago

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