Optical Illusion-Thor

We call this photo "Optical Illusion" because Thor is actually a year and a half year old, male, Bull Mastiff Mix that looks far bigger than this in person! His personality matches his big heart and he available for adoption!

Donna Hawk is excited to be competing with Anna Pec at Cache Creek Animal Rescue.

Anna Pec says "Cache Creek Animal Rescue is a nonprofit 501C3 charity organization dedicated to rescuing animals that have been sent to various kill shelters among 9 counties in Southern IL (as well as Kentucky), lived in puppy mill environments, and/or had to be surrendered by their previous owner/s. We are also one of the few shelters that pull senior animals, heartworm positive, and/or animals with disabilities from kill- shelters to adopt out of our non-kill shelter locations. These animals bring the greatest joy to our shelter’s owner, Donna Hawk, who is happy to give them a chance for a furever home! We also run entirely on donations that are dropped off and volunteers who come in to walk the dogs as well as play with the cats on a daily basis. We have about 100-150 animals at a time, dogs and cats, at our hub location in Anna, IL who are then transferred by Donna every week (about 15-30 animals at a time) to our new adoption center in New Lenox, IL."

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