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St. Louis Pet Rescue earns a spot on the 2017 Top-Rated Nonprofits list

       Read inspiring stories/reviews or submit your own! (https://greatnonprofits.org/org/st-louis-pet-rescue) St. Louis Pet Rescue wins Second Place!                    for most compelling story submitted on behalf of Deacon in the 2017 Rescue Bank Stories Contest.”

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Adopt An FIV Cat!

FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus) is a cat disease.  It is often confused with Felv (Feline Leukemia Virus).  However, they are quite different.  FIV cannot be spread to humans or dogs.  Cats can live normal, healthy lives by doing for them

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Safe Pets

Post by Nicole M. In the excitement of adopting a new furry member of the family, many first-time pet owners (and even second-time pet owners) forget the most basic procedures for keeping their homes fur-friendly. Most of the safety hazards

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Pee Pee Potion

Many of you have requested that I post the Pee Pee Potion: 16 ounces peroxide 1 tablespoon baking soda 1 teaspoon of dish soap Spray this on the offender’s mark and allow to air dry.  There will be a powdery

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Friendly Reminder

St. Louis Pet Rescue would like to kindly remind you of the benefit of supporting local non-profit organizations and charities.  Not only do you help do good in your own community, but you probably know some family and friends who

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Fosters Needed for Special Needs Kitties

Updates coming soon!

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What Foods Kitty Should Never Eat

Dangerous Foods? Because they’re such picky eaters, we sometimes think cats know what’s best for them when it’s time to eat. But the fact they’ll walk away from a piece of bad meat doesn’t mean they’ll bypass an open can

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Your Grocery Shopping Could Help STLPR

In December 2011, St. Louis Pet Rescue joined Schnucks’ eScrip program.  This program allows customers to basically get “rebates” on their purchases and donate that rebate to a local charity.  The rebate ranges between 1-3% – spend $100, STLPR could

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Can’t Foster? Volunteer!

Can’t foster, but you want to help out?  Wonderful! Go check out the new volunteer form on our Volunteer page. There are some great flyers on there too to hang at your local coffee shop, favorite deli, gym, office, etc.!

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Kittens! Kittens! Kittens!

What a population explosion we are experiencing in the St. Louis area!  Due to this mild winter, kitten season started early.  We have been getting calls non-stop from the community, local animal controls and fellow rescues about kittens or pregnant

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