Partners

Pet Your Shirt donates 10% of sales to different animal shelters, rescues and foundations each month. 

 

• In April-May 15, 2017, 10% will be donated to M.O.P.S. Pug Rescue & Adoption and Northern Illinois Pug Rescue and Adoption (NIPRA).

M.O.P.S. Pug Rescue & Adoption

Making Our Pugs Safe, a non-profit 501c3 corporation. They are made up of individuals who volunteer their time to helping purebred Pugs that are in need. This includes transports to and from other states, shelter pick-ups, taking rescues in for their veterinarian care, housing them in their own homes with their families and their own dogs and giving them love and care that some have never known before coming to MOPS.
 
If you would like to view their available rescued pugs visit their PetFinder page. Please note that this page changes as their foster pugs become available for adoption. You may also contact their Rescue Coordinator if you have any questions, would like to adopt or know of someone that needs to give up their pug: contact Linda Elwood at: 630-871-7721or email her at: gotpug21@yahoo.com (please put PUG in the subject box).

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MOPS-Pug-Rescue-and-Adoption-123631751002149/
Pet Finder: http://awos.petfinder.com/shelters/IL562.html


Northern Illinois Pug Rescue and Adoption, Inc. (NIPRA)

NIPRA is a 501c3 non-profit organization that exists to assist the community in placing any needy Pug dog in a permanent, loving home. All adoption fees and donations go solely for the rescue, care, and placement of mistreated, unwanted or homeless Pugs.
 
Their mission is to rescue, care for, and find suitable homes for unwanted, stray, or abandoned Pugs, to reduce pet overpopulation by increasing public awareness of the need to spay and neuter pets, and to provide educational programs promoting the humane treatment of animals. Their mission is accomplished through the dedication and energy of their board of directors and legion of faithful volunteers.
 
NIPRA accepts all stray and abandoned Pugs, regardless of age or health, which they care for until they find responsible new homes. Their ability to accept animals is limited to the space that they have available. They euthanize only in cases of irremediable health problems or other grave circumstances.
 
Website: http://northernillinoispugrescue.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/niprapugs/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/NIPRApugs
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/northern_illinois_pug_rescue/

 

• In March 2017, 10% will be donated to the Humane Society of Aurora (IL) and to the Live Like Roo Foundation.

The mission of the Humane Society of Aurora is to work in partnership with Aurora Animal Control and Care to increase adoptions and rescues, improve shelter conditions, and to educate and assist the community in responsible pet ownership.

Website: http://www.humanesocietyofaurora.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/humanesocietyofaurora/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hsaurora/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfXlsWDeKrfNrKsjxdtBXlg

Live Like Roo Foundation

Though Roosevelt had only a few months to live, his adopters hope he inspires everyone to #LiveLikeRoo now and forever.

Roosevelt was rescued from Chicago Animal Care and Control in April of 2015.  An owner surrender, he had issues urinating, bad teeth and a veterinarian determined that he had bone cancer.  His rescuers decided to adopt him and make the rest of his life as happy as possible surrounded by love, adventure, and ice cream!

Originally set up as a fund to help with the medical care and feeding of Roo, who sadly crossed the Rainbow Bridge in September, 2015, The Live Like Roo Foundation now helps other dogs, and their families, live and cope with their cancer diagnosis.

Website: https://www.livelikeroo.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LiveLikeRoo
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livelikeroofoundation/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/livelikeroo

 

• In January and February 2017, 10% will be donated to Pug Nation of Los Angeles and the Live Like Roo Foundation.

Pug Nation Rescue of Los Angeles is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, care, and placement of abandoned, neglected, unwanted, displaced, and abused pugs. Every year Pug Nation saves and adopts out hundreds of loving Pugs from the streets of Southern California-thanks to the support of individuals like you. Their goal is to find every homeless pug a forever home; if they cannot do that, they pledge to provide a comfortable and loving place for sick or unwanted pugs to live out their lives.

Website: http://pugnationla.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Pug-Nation-Rescue-of-Los-Angeles-148049835236253
Twitter: https://twitter.com/PugNationRescue
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pugnationla/

Live Like Roo Foundation
Though Roosevelt had only a few months to live, his adopters hope he inspires everyone to #LiveLikeRoo now and forever.

Roosevelt was rescued from Chicago Animal Care and Control in April of 2015.  An owner surrender, he had issues urinating, bad teeth and a veterinarian determined that he had bone cancer.  His rescuers decided to adopt him and make the rest of his life as happy as possible surrounded by love, adventure, and ice cream!

Originally set up as a fund to help with the medical care and feeding of Roo, who sadly crossed the Rainbow Bridge in September, 2015, The Live Like Roo Foundation now helps other dogs, and their families, live and cope with their cancer diagnosis.

Website: https://www.livelikeroo.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LiveLikeRoo
Twitter: https://twitter.com/livelikeroo
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livelikeroofoundation/

 

2016

• In November and December 2016, 10% will be donated to DuPage Animal Friends, Naperville Area Humane Society and to the Live Like Roo Foundation.

• In October 2016, 10% will be donated to One Tail at a Time - Portland and to the Live Like Roo Foundation. 

• In September 2016, 10% will be donated to the Live Like Roo Foundation, CRISP and the Fetching Tails Foundation. 

• In August 2016, 10% will be donated to the Live Like Roo Foundation and St. Sophia's Forgotten Felines.

• In July 2016, 10% will be donated to the Live Like Roo Foundation. 25% of purchases with Roo printed on them will be donated to the Foundation. 

• In June 2016, 10% will be shared with For Our Friends-Dog Rescue, Perfect Pooches Adoption Agency, the Live Like Roo Foundation and PAWS Chicago. 

• In May 2016, 10% will be shared with Guardians of the Green Mile, the Live Like Roo Foundation and PAWS Chicago. 

• In April 2016, 10% will be shared with ALIVE Rescue Memphis, the Bryan and Amanda Bickell Foundation, the Live Like Roo Foundation and PAWS Chicago.

• In March 2016, 10% will be shared with A.D.O.P.T. Pet Shelter, Auburn University VBMA, #LiveLikeRoo and PAWS Chicago.

• In February 2016, 10% will be shared with Humane Society for Hamilton County, New Leash on Life-Chicago, #LiveLikeRoo and PAWS Chicago.

• In January 2016, 10% will be shared with Ducky's Bravo Squad, #LiveLikeRoo and PAWS Chicago.

 

2015 

• In December 2015, all of our 2015 partner rescues and shelters have been invited to help us sell Gift Cards

• In November 2015, 10% will be shared with the Friends of DuPage County Animal Care and Control, It's a Pittie Rescue and PAWS Chicago.

• In October 2015, 10% will be shared with Midwest Rescue of Illinois, West Suburban Humane Society and PAWS Chicago.  

• In September 2015, 10% will be shared with Peace for Pits, Young at Heart Senior Pet Adoptions and PAWS Chicago. 

• In August 2015, 10% will be shared with Fetching Tails Foundation, Naperville Area Humane Society and PAWS Chicago. 

• In July 2015, 10% will be shared with Chicagoland Dog Rescue, Fur Angels Animal Sanctuary, Hinsdale Humane Society and PAWS Chicago. 

• In June 2015, 10% will be shared with the organization Safe Humane Chicago. 

• In May 2015, 10% will be shared with ALIVE Rescue, Bialy's Wellness Foundation, H.E.L.P., and Second City Canine Rescue

• In April 2015, 10% will be shared with the rescue organization Players for Pits.

• In March 2015, 10% will be shared with the rescue organization One Tail at a Time.

• In February 2015, 10% will be shared with the rescue organization Belly Up for Adoptions.

• In January 2015, 10% will be shared with the rescue organization Don't Bully My Breed.

 

2014

• In December 2014, 10% will be shared with the DuPage County Animal Care and Control.