CHICAGO (WLS) -- "Good Morning America" has been doing a dog adoption event all week, and, on Thursday, they are at a Bucktown adoption center with ABC7 Chicago's Roz Varon.
"GMA" has been visiting a different adoption center daily, highlighting the fact that shelters can become overcrowded.
One Tail At A Time in Chicago's Bucktown neighborhood is helping dogs and cats find forever homes.
One Tail At A Time Adoption Center, 2144 N Wood St. in Chicago, rescues pets from overcrowded shelters and places them in forever homes.
It is Chicago Animal Car and Control's number one dog transfer partner. They operate their own veterinary clinic and have a shelter-aversion program called CRISP, which the shelter says helps keep pets with their families and helps cover the cost of pets for families facing financial hardship.
For more information, visit onetail.org.