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We will work to bring a balance to our community, so that for every companion animal that comes into the world there is a responsible human caretaker. Our Imperatives To eliminate the unnecessary euthanasia of companion animals, through collaboration... Read more
We will work to bring a balance to our community, so that for every companion animal that comes into the world there is a responsible human caretaker. Our Imperatives To eliminate the unnecessary euthanasia of companion animals, through collaborations between Pound Pals and local humane organizations, the animal health community, educational institutions and St. Louis community leaders. To grow our Nooterville program in order to achieve and maintain a level of affordable pet spay/neuter for the City of St. Louis community - especially for low income families - by providing veterinary services at low or no cost. To support our Cat-Aid Fund for emergency medical care for ill or injured homeless cats, many of whom are awaiting transition to a pet rescue agency.
Pound Pals is in St. Louis Missouri.
Pound Pals CAT-AID Emergency Medical Fund was started in the summer of 2014. It will help injured cats who have nowhere else to turn. Some of these cats are feral and cared for in managed colonies; others are friendly cats that could be taken in by rescues and/or adopted, but need urgent medical assistance until that can even be possible. Our fund will help cats with broken jaws, broken bones, eye injuries, tail injuries, tooth and skin abscesses, and other injuries. Whether feral and living in a managed colony or friendly and abandoned or dumped on the streets, every cat deserves the chance to live a healthy life. Pound Pals CAT-AID Fund's mission is to help them get back to health.
NOOTERVILLE has two spay/neuter programs. The NOOT program is for pets of City of St. Louis residents who are low income, using government assistance, or fixed-income seniors.
The BIG DOG program is for dogs over 39 pounds at the time of surgery and is available for all residents of the Bi-State area. Call 776-SPAY and leave your phone number. A volunteer will call to discuss financial eligibility.