Jill Kerzisnik, founder and director HART (Homeless Animal Rescue team of Illinois) adoption center in Joliet feeds Reynold, an American Bulldog his share of the Thanksgiving feast that center volunteers prepared for the dogs awaiting adoption. SUBMITTED
Four month old Nutmeg is too excited over his first Thanksgiving feast to wait for a HART volunteer to serve him.
Peyton, a 16-year-old HART volunteer cuddles iwth 14-month-old Coach, a black Labrador while Coach awaits his share of hte homemade Thanksgiving banquet.
Th HART volunteers that served 45 dogs a homemade Thanksgiving dinner were: back row l to r Peyton Colon, Jill Kerzisnik (president of HARt), Stephanie Bengal, Monica Ryan, Diane Bown, Jeff Bown. Front row l to r Maya Bown, Kaitlyn Kerzisnik and Logan Bow
At noon on Thanksgiving Day, when many people were still roasting turkeys, 45 dogs and puppies at the Homeless Animal Rescue Team (HART) of Illinois adoption center in Joliet sat down to a specially prepared Thanksgiving feast, just for them. As HART volunteers brought in …