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(225 ILCS 605/7)
(from Ch. 8, par. 307)
Applications for renewal licenses shall be made to the
Department in a manner prescribed by the
Department, shall contain such information as will enable the Department
to determine if the applicant is qualified to continue to hold a license, shall report beginning inventory and intake and outcome statistics from the previous calendar year, and shall be accompanied by the required fee, which shall not be
returnable. The report of intake and outcome statistics shall include the following:
(1) The total number of dogs, cats, and other
animals, divided into species, taken in by the animal shelter or animal control facility, in the following categories:
(A) surrendered by owner;
(C) impounded other than stray;
(D) confiscated under the Humane Care for Animals
(E) transfer from other licensees within the
(F) transferred into or imported from out of the
(G) transferred into or imported from outside the
(H) born in shelter or animal control facility.
(2) The disposition of all dogs, cats, and other
animals taken in by the animal shelter or animal control facility, divided into species. This data must include dispositions by:
(A) reclamation by owner;
(B) adopted or sold;
(D) euthanized per request of the owner;
(E) died in custody;
(F) transferred to another licensee;
(G) transferred to an out-of-State nonprofit
(H) animals missing, stolen, or escaped;
(I) cats returned in field; and
(J) ending inventory; shelter count at end of the
The Department shall not be required to audit or validate the intake and outcome statistics required to be submitted under this Section.
(Source: P.A. 100-870, eff. 1-1-19; 101-295, eff. 8-9-19.)