Lillith is a happy-go-lucky, 8-year-old Rottweiler/Shepherd mix. She has a heart of gold and is is a volunteer favorite at PAWS. Poor Lillith was first adopted as a puppy from PAWS eight years ago but unfortunately, she was returned because her owners were moving and could not bring her with them. Needless to say, this big change has left her understandably sad, but she is hopeful that her new family will come along soon and promise to love her forever. Lillith adores receiving kisses right on the top of her head and has a soft spot for belly rubs. She enjoys kicking back and relaxing – she’s a big lap dog who wants nothing more than to be loved on all day long! Lillith would love to find a home where she is spoiled to the max and can snooze the day away in a nice comfy bed or maybe even right up next to you on the couch! She also loves basking in the sunshine outside. Lillith is very easygoing when it comes to walks and will trot happily right by your side! Lillith is searching for a moderately active home with an experienced owner and without young children. She loves to ride in the car and hopes her family will take her on tons of road trips in the future. Lillith is also extremely intelligent and already has multiple basic commands down pat! Lillith is an extremely loyal and attentive girl and is guaranteed to brighten the lives of the lucky family who adopts her. If you’re not convinced this girl should be yours, then come in and meet her! Her sweet and loving personality will surely win you over. Lillith, along with many other adorable dogs and cats, will be available for adoption today at noon at the PAWS Chicago Lincoln Park Adoption Center, located at 1997 N. Clybourn Avenue in Chicago. For more information, visit www.pawschicago.org or call 773-935-PAWS. ***Interested in adopting an adult dog or cat? This Saturday, January 20, PAWS Chicago will be waiving adoption fees for all adult dogs and cats at their Lincoln Park AND Highland Park adoption centers! Many adult dogs and cats are often overlooked for their younger puppy and kitten counterparts, causing them to stay in the shelter much longer. Consider meeting and adopting a wonderful adult pet tomorrow! Visit pawschicago.org to learn more.