St. Louis, MO (KTRS) Stray Rescue of St. Louis is in urgent need of the public’s help.
The no-kill shelter is set to begin a remodeling project Wednesday on its intake area. This means about 50 dogs will need to be placed in foster care during the project, which could take up to eight weeks.
“With the upcoming construction, we really need your help! We need to get these guys out of the shelter and into comfortable, loving homes while they wait for their forever homes. Please, if you have room in your home, come temporarily foster one of our dogs. It is such a rewarding experience. Fill out an application today and help us!” said Randy Grim, Stray Rescue Founder.
Grim also says adoption fees have also been dropped to $50.
The renovation is made possible through a $75,000 donation from the PetCo Foundation, and a bequest from the estate of Renee Cooley.
Those interested in fostering can stop by Stray Rescue at 2320 Pine St. in downtown St. Louis. You can also fill out the online application http://strayrescue.org/FosterApplication or call 314-771-6121.