I host a Public Affairs show on WIL in St. Louis & I had Randy Grim, the Founder of Stray Rescue of St. Louis in as a guest & his passion couldn't be concealed. Randy came in after their recent distemper outbreak so he still had a lot of healing to do from losing about 50 dogs in the shelter. Things are better, he gave great updates on an organization that is so much more than just rescues! Stray Rescue is community driven & has a lot of programs that people would never dream existed within that organization. This one is truly tops with me!
St. Louis stray rescue does a wonderful job of running a stray rescue in an area that has a lot of strays. Also, based on their tax returns and other reports, they do a fine job of running the business side of things.
It's hard to understand why no posting has occurred for so long - but they are a great group.
Review from Guidestar
Stray Rescue proves that every dog has the potential to be the best friend you've ever known. They feed and rescue dogs in the greatest need in the St Louis area from extreme situations and provide the best medical care, rehabilitation and foster homes available so that every dog can have the wonderful life that they fully deserve. Stray Rescue uses professional dog trainer/behavioralist evaluation of dogs before they are adopted into their permanent homes and every dog has the opportunity to demonstrate the amazing power of their canine resilience. Stray rescue depends largely on dedicated volunteers who give of their best to the animals. St. Louis is incredibly lucky to have Stray Rescue and it's professional staff as well as the devoted volunteers who give innocent animals compassion and care.