Tenth Life Cat Rescue

Rating: 5 stars   36 reviews


3202 Cherokee Street Saint Louis MO 63118 USA


Giving cats the lives they deserve. Tenth Life provides veterinary care, foster homes, and adoptive placement to stray cats and kittens, prioritizing those with special needs. We work to end unnecessary euthanasia and cat homelessness through educational outreach, community programs, and collaborative partnerships. We believe that every cat, regardless of emotional or physical limitations, deserves the chance at a fulfilling and happy life. If a veterinarian determines that a cat is in a state of incurable suffering, Tenth Life relieves them of their pain through gentle and humane euthanasia. This decision is never made because of a lack of space, preventing negative behaviors, or because a cat's medical needs are difficult or expensive. Tenth Life feels strongly that all pets should be spayed and neutered. An unbelievable number of companion animals are euthanized each day because there are not enough homes for them. The only way to make a difference in this tragedy is education. To learn more about the importance of spaying and neutering, please read our reasons for promoting it on our website.

Target demographics:

Stray cats in St. Louis and beyond and our beloved community.

Geographic areas served:

St. Louis, Missouri


Tenth Life Cat Companions and Humane Education, among others. Read more here: http://tenthlifecats.org/in-the-community

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Rating: 5 stars  

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Tenth Life Cat Rescue is unlike other animal rescues and shelters in that it admits some of the most difficult-to-place cats and kittens. Many of the kitties the organization cares for have a medical condition or special need that would plague them with the label of "unadoptable" in the care of other groups. But Tenth Life's specialty is giving seemingly hopeless cases one final chance... in essence, a tenth life.

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