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Foster rescued cats or dogs

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ORGANIZATION: St. Louis Pet Rescue

  • 48 people are interested

To be a foster for a pet in need, please fill out our foster application online at http://stlpetrescue.com/foster/

We ask that fosters be committed to keeping their pet until it is adopted and attend at least 2 adoption events a month either at Petco in Fenton or PetSmart in Sunset Hills.

We can provide all supplies needed and of course, we pay for all medical needed for the foster pets.

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About St. Louis Pet Rescue

Location:

P. O. Box 374, Valley Park, MO 63088, US

Mission Statement

St. Louis Pet Rescue is a non-profit rescue group focusing on saving pets from local animal control facilities and neglect situations. STLPR strives to end pet overpopulation and dumping of unwanted pets through education about spaying/neutering, training and responsible pet ownership..

Description

All of the pets STLPR rescues are in loving foster homes. Foster homes provide love, care and training needs of the pets. STLPR does not have a facility, nor any paid staff. STLPR relies on the generosity of people who volunteer their time to help pets in need.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Community
Animals, Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

149 Gravois Bluffs Plaza Dr.Fenton, MO 63026

(38.50425,-90.4472)
 

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • For adoption events, you should expect to stay a few hours. Animal care is daily time commitment and can take a small amount of time or a lot depending on what type of animal you foster and its needs.

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