Stray Rescue of St. Louis

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Rescue Stories
A Rescue Journey - Never Give Up Today, we want to take you on a journey with us. We’ve never done anything like this before, so we hope you enjoy it! It took us about 5 weeks to complete this rescue, and we will share updates throughout the rest of the day as they happened so you can feel the hope, the disappointment, the frustration, the adrenaline, and the absolute joy we felt! You'll see the great lengths we go through to rescue puppies AND…
A Valentine's Day Rescue! The only love story you need! Today, we rescued a very brave mama and her 4 shivering little valentines!! They are warm for the first time in their lives. What we didn't get on video was having to lift mom through a window, but they are all out safe now and cuddled up together! Please donate if you can! Strayrescue.org/donate
Extra Special puppy named Gema born with 5 paws Animals never cease to amaze us! Just when we think we’ve seen it all, a very special puppy comes along to prove us wrong. Meet Gema! When she was born and the family saw her deformities, they weren’t sure what to do or how to care for her. They reached out to Stray Rescue and surrendered her to us so they could give her a fighting chance. They wanted to give her the best life she…
  AS MORE WINTER WEATHER APPROACHES, PET OWNERS NEED TO BE RESPONSIBLE Stray Rescue of St. Louis wants to urge pet owners to take responsibility with the upcoming winter weather forecasted to keep pets safe. “Your pets absolutely must have shelter. A plastic dog house with blankets is not enough. Blankets get wet, so at the bare minimum, dog houses should be filled with straw instead,” said Dr. Schulz, Veterinarian at Stray Rescue of St. Louis. “Many people do not think about dehydration being an…
Little Lexi Needs You! Lexi has had a long road of pain and suffering before she came to Stray Rescue of St. Louis. At just a mere 16 pounds, little Lexi was hit by a car. The impact left Lexi's pelvis broken and dislocated, so she needs to undergo emergency surgery. She may need to wear a diaper for the rest of her life, but this video says it all. Despite her pain, this sweet little soul remains grateful and seems to know she has…
Tyson needs emergency surgery now! WARNING: GRAPHIC A good samaritan just brought in this poor soul who we're told was hit by a car 3 days ago. Just imagine the pain he's been in - his bones are exposed, he's covered head to toe in fleas, and he's scared to death. Together we can change his outcome. He is in the loving arms of Stray Rescue now. Please donate for his emergency surgery to amputate his leg and shoulder. We named him Tyson, and he…
His Horrors are Behind Him, Meet Clooney Animal Control Officers saw a dog running down the street and he was in bad shape. They brought him to Stray Rescue's trauma center for immediate action and medical attention. Dr. Schulz and our incredible team of Vet Techs were ready for him when he arrived and saw his raw face. He appeared to have been in a bad dog fight and needed help quick. His face looked like shredded meat and his lips and part of his…
2019: THE YEAR OF THE WARRIOR The definition of a Warrior is: a brave or experienced soldier or fighter. This has undoubtedly been the year of Warriors here at Stray Rescue. Sadly, we see the starved, abused, neglected and abandoned. But this year we have seen more than our share. Because we have seen such extreme cases who have recovered where even the strongest may have given up, we have labeled 2019 the year of the Warrior. I would like to introduce you to some…
Soda Fountain's Heartbreaking Story Please meet Soda Fountain, a very special soul who has just joined the Stray Rescue of St. Louis family. After being hit by a car and left for dead on the side of the road, we’re told she laid there in excruciating pain for around 4 days. She couldn’t stand or walk on her own and was laying there helpless. Finally, someone found her and called us. We welcomed her with open arms and quickly set her up for x-rays because…
Saving Scooch We want to introduce you to yet another WARRIOR of 2019. This is Scooch. Read his story, as told by his rescuer, Donna: We drove down a long, gravel road. When we got to the end, there were abandoned houses surrounded by tall grass and weeds. A path of flattened grass led us to an opening under a vacant house. It was hot and pitch dark, but we spotted the dog at the very back of the crawl space in the light of…
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