Stray Rescue of St. Louis

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Rescue Stories
It's time to take a look back and see what we've accomplished this year. TOGETHER! None of this is possible without you. Without generous hearts who give, without fosters who open their homes, and without volunteers who donate their time, we wouldn't exist - let alone make huge strides for animals in need. Here are some of the most noteable moments from every month this year: January In January, Betty White passed away. The way the entertainer lived her life encouraged hundreds of thousands of…
Help us leave NO puppy behind! One day, one of our newly adopted dogs got away from his adopter. To say they were distraught was an understatement. They felt horrible and frantic, and so did we. We were so worried about our pup who we've cared for for weeks leading up to his adoption. Our hearts were absolutely broken to know he was alone again, on the streets. Luckily, he had a tracker on his collar, so we knew the general area where he was,…
WARNING this is extremely disturbing and one of the saddest things we have ever seen in our 25 years. The Sheriff’s Department called us and Donna met them at this house. We can never prepare ourselves for sights like these. Once you get passed all the trash, there were two crates hidden in the house. The first held a dog that was already deceased. The base of the crates are caked in feces and urine. You can see how the dogs tried to get out…
We named her Little Toes, because her little toes were sooo cold We named her Little Toes because her little toes were so cold . According to the caller, she's been laying in this pile of trash and he thought she was injured. She was out in the cold and sleet all night and she fell asleep on our laps. This perfect girl deserves better. Rescue Video: More pictures of Little Toes' rescue. She was shaking she was so cold, eating trash. Per the caller,…
Kenny Chesney's "Du Ruba Girl" KENNY CHESNEY HONORS RESCUE PET RUBY WITH RELEASE OF “DA RUBA GIRL” THIS FRIDAY, DEC. 9 All Proceeds from Fan Favorite Track Benefit Stray Rescue of St. Louis “Da Ruba Girl” benefitting Stray Rescue of St. Louis is available everywhere this Friday, Dec. 9 | >Download Art NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Anyone who’s seen Kenny Chesney’s social media over the last few days knows about the passing of his beloved rescue, Ruby. He wrote that the red and white mix “lived…
How he has found the strength to walk, we do not know. But we just rescued this dog, nothing but skin and bones. It is a miracle we find you today, on Thanksgiving. We are here 365 days a year. We named him Wishbone and are heading to the shelter now. Updates to come. Yesterday, we rescued one of the skinniest dogs we’ve ever seen. We didn’t know how he had the strength to continue, but street dogs are strong and full of adrenaline as…
You could win an original painting by Artist Michelle Streiff! Local Artist, Michelle Streiff, is a long-time friend of Stray Rescue's. She often uses her incredible talent to help raise life-saving funds at events. She saw our recent plea for help and jumped into action. So, we are honored to announce: From now until November 14th, you can purchase a raffle ticket for just $100. If you win, you will get to choose between these two beautiful works of art: Mr. Witherspoon or Catfish! Both…
Strawberry Mochi has seen the worst, but he's fighting to have the best Here is a little baby that needs EVERYONE's prayers!! He is cold, we can't get a temperature read, he is matted, and way too skinny. We're told he was given away by his owners who no longer wanted him because he lifted his leg often. He was given to someone on Craigslist. (PSA NEVER GIVE YOUR DOG AWAY ON CRAIGSLIST!) How he got in this disgusting state is a mystery. A Good…
We came across this BIG, wounded baby boy who was too scared at first to let us go near him...Of course we couldn't just leave him there. So afraid and in unimaginable pain, he kept snarling and curling his lip. We know to respect an animal and give them space, especially when they're in pain. We never use a catch pole. So, we went back to the shelter and scooped up our biggest trap to ensure he had anough space to walk in without tripping…
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