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Grayslake animal shelter carries on without power

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Save-A-Pet staff member Teig Evans walks "Bubba" past donated bottles of water Wednesday as the facility continues to cope without power.

Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

Save-A-Pet staff member Teig Evans fills a generator with gasoline Wednesday at the Grayslake shelter. Portable generators provide enough power for fans and refrigerators as the facility remained without power.

Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

Volunteer Darlene Caruso of Brookfield tends to dogs at Save-A-Pet as fans cool the kennels Wednesday in Grayslake. The animal shelter is still without power and is accepting donations of water and gasoline to maintain operations.

Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

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Despite having no power since Monday morning, the staff and animals at the Sav-A-Pet animal shelter near Grayslake are holding their own as donations of gasoline for borrowed generators, food, water and volunteer help through a tough time.
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    • Save-A-Pet staff member Teig Evans walks “Bubba” past donated bottles of water Wednesday as the facility continues to cope without power.
    • Save-A-Pet staff member Teig Evans fills a generator with gasoline Wednesday at the Grayslake shelter. Portable generators provide enough power for fans and refrigerators as the facility remained without power.
    • Volunteer Darlene Caruso of Brookfield tends to dogs at Save-A-Pet as fans cool the kennels Wednesday in Grayslake. The animal shelter is still without power and is accepting donations of water and gasoline to maintain operations.
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