Stray Rescue of St. Louis

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Rescue Stories
December 3rd: Some rescues are pretty straightforward, some can take weeks and some can actually take years. That’s how long it took for us to rescue Mummy. She was part of a pack that we have been tracking for many years, and we would pull litter after litter of puppies from them when we could find them. We tried many ways to rescue Mummy – and even tried trapping her by baiting a trap with her puppies – but nothing seemed to work. She was…
Power System + a Sagittal Saw Attachment for the Stray Rescue Clinic This power system would allow our vet clinic to perform surgeries that usually are only available at orthopedic specialty clinics. These surgeries may include TPLO (tibial-plateau-leveling osteotomy), lateral stabilizations of ruptured ACLs, more efficient FHOs, patellar luxation stabilization, hip luxation management, and internal fixation of fractures. Currently, when animals come in with fractures or breaks, the best option for them is leg amputation or a referral to an expensive specialist. With this power…
We just picked up a very bloody boy that we named Drake. We had to earn his trust, but he finally came with us. At this point, not sure what caused the wound - maybe a gunshot, some sort of cut or dog bites? But our vet clinic and trauma center will whatever it takes to get him fixed up! Give here, or you can also use Venmore @stray-rescue
October 17th: Meet Pugsley Addams. This poor baby is covered in puncture wounds, so we believe he was horribly beaten up by another dog. He's in our clinic now getting the emergency treatment he needs - we believe he is septic, he can't maintain his own temperature and his glucose is very low. We're taking blood and will run some tests. In the meantime, we're getting him started on fluids, pain meds, and antibiotics. Keep this guy in your heart, he needs the strength. October…
“Our Hearts are Bigger than our Budget” What a year 2020 has shaped up to be. Where do I begin? This year has thrown us all a curve ball that no one could have ever anticipated, and we have all tried to adapt the best way we know how. Life has slowed down, giving us a chance to reflect on what’s most important in our lives and in our hearts. We’re all doing what we can to check in with our friends, family and neighbors…
Endowment funds are an important tool in ensuring our long-term viability and financial security. By creating a steady, long-term income source, endowment funds help us weather the financial highs and lows that can impact fulfilling our mission and daily operations. And they are a reassurance to you that your contributions will make an impact for years to come! Our goal is to secure $5 million in our endowment fund by 2025 so we can continue to grow, save lives and be the leader in animal…
Meet Braveheart, Stoic, Courage, Valiant, Fearless, and Heroic. This is the story we wish we could tell you: Six beautiful, happy, vibrant puppies were born on a beautiful day in Saint Louis. Not a cloud in the sky. They were born into a comfortable home, filled with love from every family member. The mama dog was given plenty of belly rubs, treated with respect throughout her pregnancy and birth, was fed the highest quality food to nourish the growing babies in her belly, and she…
This is Hercules, and he needs help finding his strength. This is a sad one. This is something animal lovers can all agree on...this is our worst nightmare. His owner passed away. This beautiful boxer was the boy his owner said goodbye to. A beautiful, furry, healthy baby boy. All anyone wants is to know their beloved pets will be taken care of. Sadly, that was not the case here. We received his before photo and his current photos. They will break your heart. He…
"What sets Stray Rescue of St. Louis apart in the animal welfare community near and far? We seek out and take in those who no other organization will help or would simply euthanize because they are too expensive to heal. We take the abandoned, beaten, bred, fought, injured, terrified, defeated and betrayed. We see beyond their brokenness and are here to pick up the pieces to make these special animals whole again. We see the individual and know that there’s no “one size fits all”…
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