I normally write stories but this time I think the best way to tell what we have been going through with the freezing temps is with pictures and less words. We need the community right now, we need foster homes, we need donations for medical care , we need adoptions, we need your love and support!
This sweet and injured boy is Sanders. He was roaming around in N. City for several weeks in the cold. Every time he was spotted, he eluded being rescued not knowing if to trust man or not. Each time he appeared he was dirtier, matted and weaker and about to give up.
October 30th Fire Engine Company #9 helped Stray Rescue rescue a dog after we flagged them down for help. She has been stuck on the second floor, pregnant and trapped in this falling apart building for amost a week. She almost jumped. Thank you Engine 9 and the great firefighters of St. Louis for saving the dog we now call E9! She would have died if it wasn't for your help. She is safe with Stray Rescue of St. Louis
Recently, while feeding many strays with Donna in Washington Park, we experienced a Dog God miracle. We both said it felt like a strange day, different than many others.