Stray Rescue of St. Louis

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/customer/www/strayrescue.org/public_html/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/view.html.php on line 744
Rescue Stories
This girl was hanging around someone's house for a few days and eventually made it into her backyard. That's when her injury was noticed and we were called - she was also described as very skinny. We found her and wow - She has an embedded chain in her neck, but it looks like an old wound as her skin has grown over it in several places. Heading to our trauma center, this is Tallie. You're safe now, we will help you. We're not wasting…
Help us Heal Herby WARNING, GRAPHIC *This little baby is on his way to Stray Rescue. These pictures make us physically nauseous. He has been burned, but we’re told it happened days ago. He has been stabilized and is being transported to us by Good Samaritans. Updates to come. We're told he was burned by a space heater DAYS ago. He was stabilized and good samaritans transported him to us. His name his Herby and despite his pain, he wagged his tail at us. We…
Prayers for Clide We just picked up this poor baby - he has a prolapsed rectum. We're on our way back to our trauma center now, please say a prayer for this poor boy. Of course we got stuck waiting for a train! He smells of infection and we know he's in a lot of pain. His name is Clide. Thank you to the hero that called, we named him after him. Updates to come. Our entire vet team was on deck and ready for…

Hadley

Mar12
November 26: A woman was on her daily walk in a park near her house when she found this poor baby! She carried her home and had no idea what to do. She called us and we went to get her immediately. This poor angel needs your prayers, we named her Hadley! She's too weak to stand and has nearly starved to death. Hopefully, we got her in time to turn this around. November 27: This girl has broken our hearts. Just lifting her head…

Pirelli

Feb17
We tried to rescue this elusive girl all day. She ran from us, as fast as she could, but we could see her shivering and it looked like she had a deformed foot. She ducked into abandoned houses and burned out buildings to hide from us. To our great relief, she finally took a leap of faith and went into our trap. When we got her back to our clinic and were finally able to get a nice, up close look at her, we discovered…
February 12TH: Between our cold rescues, we were contacted by St. Clair County Animal Control. They picked up this veryyyy skinny little girl after her owner died. Either family members didn't know he had a dog, or didn't do anything. She was found in his home, in her crate, starving to death. She's just 23 pounds, which is exactly what Hadley weighed when she came in. They said she was so frail, she couldn't even stand at first. We picked her up today and she…
Donna was out checking for any cold strays who needed help and had someone with her on a ride-along. She stopped on the side of the road when she saw a doghouse, sitting in the middle of nowhere. She walked up to the doghouse, and saw straw sticking out of the front. Dread and heaviness filled her when she realized the doghouse was not empty. It hurts us to even type these words. Inside was a beautiful white dog with a collar, frozen to death.…
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and LOVE is on our minds! Who loves unconditionally and gives you everything they have? Why dogs and cats, of course! So this month, we are asking you to GIVE LOVE...literally! Sponsor an adoption fee this month for one of our beauiful, adoptable pets. When you choose to GIVE LOVE, you are making it easier for forever families to open their homes to a new family member. The funds they would have spent on an adoption fee can…
KEEP YOUR PETS SAFE AS BITTER COLD TEMPERATURES APPROACHWinter Weather Tips to keep your pet safe, and help offeredSt. Louis, Missouri (FEBRUARY 2, 2021) – Stray Rescue of St. Louis urges pet owners to be responsible with upcoming bitter cold temperatures forecasted. Here’s how you can keep your pets safe during the frigid winter weather:“First and foremost, your pets absolutely must have shelter. A dog house with blankets is not enough. Blankets get wet and freeze, so at the BARE MINIMUM, sturdy non- plastic dog…
Did you know? Nearly half of the dogs we rescue have Heartworm Disease. With thousands of dogs rescued every year, the number with heartworm disease is astounding. Our adoption team often hears that families are unaware of what this actually is, so we are here to help! This disease does not have to be a death sentence like many believe, and it’s actually easy to prevent. But once a dog has heartworms, the treatment is lengthy, expensive, and absolutely necessary for survival. Treatment costs are…
Page 5 of 56
Opens in new window  Opens in new window Opens in new window Opens in new window