A Niles, Ill., animal shelter was looking for temporary housing for all of its animals after a school bus crashed into the building Wednesday, officials said.
Sarah Anderson with the Wright-Way Rescue animal shelter told WBBM-TV, Chicago, no one on the bus and none of the 25 animals held at the no-kill shelter was injured when the bus crashed into the front of the building in the 7100 block of West Touhy Avenue.
No children were on the bus at the time, the TV station said.
All the cats and dogs at the shelter had to be moved to the parking lot because the damage to the building was so severe, Anderson said.
"This is absolutely the worst thing that could possibly happen. This could possibly end our mission," she said.
Wright-Way Rescue was seeking volunteers and donations through its Facebook page to help the shelter relocate.