Tree House Humane Society

Mission & Vision: We empower communities of caregivers to protect, nurture, and support new solutions so no cat suffers. We envision a world in which every cat thrives. History: Tree House Humane Society began in 1971 as a volunteer-run effort to provide food and shelter for cats and dogs, operating out of a single-family home on Chicago's north side. Since that time, we have grown into a leader in animal welfare and a trusted resource for communities of caregivers. We were one of the first cageless humane societies and earliest organizations using Trap-Neuter-Return strategies to control feral cat populations, rather than euthanasia. Over the last 50 years we have found homes for over 35,000 cats, performed over 44,000 spay/neuter and other life-saving surgeries and cared for over 4,000 community cats.

Headquarter Address

7225 N. Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60645