Animal Neglect Rampant in North St. Louis, Says Stray Rescue

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Photo courtesy of Stray Rescue
"Our Little Boy" moments after being pulled from a dumpster in north St. Louis. The dog would die that same day.
Whom to believe? St. Louis politicians who say their communities are overrun with feral canines? Or the man who's been left the task of managing stray dogs in St. Louis after the city closed its animal pound last summer?

This week, Board of Aldermen president Lewis Reed told reporters that he's witnessed packs of wild dogs -- 10 to 15 large -- roaming the streets of north St. Louis. A few days earlier, alderman Antonio French (Ward 21) posted a video clip onto YouTube showing stray dogs roaming near where kids stood waiting for a school bus in north city. Fellow north city alderman Quincy Troupe (Ward 1) has called on the city to round up and kill the dogs.

Listening to the politicians, you get the sense that north St. Louis could double as a scene from a documentary titled Wild Dogs of the Serengeti. But is it really that bad? And are the dogs really the problem?

Randy Grim, founder of animal shelter Stray Rescue, says no. He contends that the problem is the people -- particularly the people of north St. Louis -- who are absolutely clueless on how to care for their pets and obey animal regulations. He points to a particularly disturbing call he made last week after a woman called the city to complain about her own two dogs. Grim and his rescue team found one of the dogs so starved that it could barely walk. They discovered the other other dog, barely breathing, in the alley dumpster behind the house. 

"She told us that she had thrown the other dog away," recalls Grim. "She said it as nonchalantly as someone might comment on the weather."

But it's what the woman said next that completely floored Grim. She told him that she hoped her next dog would be a Yorkie.

"Right then I had an epiphany," says Grim, who's been rescuing stray animals in St. Louis for twenty years. "I wasn't angry with her. What do you do when a person doesn't know they didn't do anything wrong? The answer, to me, is that we need to address the real problem -- and that's the people."

Grim and his executive assistant, Jennie Foster, rushed the two dogs to Stray Rescue's downtown shelter. The dog found in the dumpster, who they named "Our Little Boy," died on the operating table from severe malnourishment. His sister, "Our Little Girl," survived but remains a walking skeleton -- her ribs and bones protruding from her skin -- as Grim and his volunteers attempt to nurse the animal back to health.

Grim says that he was so moved by the story of what happened to the two dogs that he felt compelled share it on Stray Rescue's website. He didn't mince words, writing:
We should be disgusted and disgraced at what we have let happen and have allowed to become part of many people's daily lives...abuse to our four legged companion animals. There is no support to change North St. Louis. No money nor education. There is just us to clean up their messes and cry. I live in an ignorant city. The problem is primarily in North City.
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Photo: Chad Garrison
Randy Grim and "Our Little Girl"
With "Our Little Girl" at his side yesterday, Grim explained his rationale to Daily RFT. After  Mayor Francis Slay made the decision to close the city's animal shelter on Gasconade last year, Stray Rescue began receiving citizen calls to the city complaining about stray dogs and other animal concerns. Today Stray Rescue fields about 200 such referrals a month from the city's Citizen Service Bureau. Grim says that the vast majority of those calls -- around 90 percent -- come from north St. Louis.

"You see an uptick in calls in the morning and then again in the evening when people come home," says Grim. "They let their dogs out to roam. We'll respond to a call and people will yell, 'Hey, that's my dog.' So then you have to ask, 'Okay, which dogs do you want us to pick up?'"

Grim disagrees with Reed and others in the Board of Aldermen who say that the dogs are feral. "They're not wild," he says. "They're their constituents' dogs."

As Grim sees it, the city is at least partially to blame for people's attitude toward their pets. For the past 40 years, he says, the city would come and collect dogs when the owner no longer wanted the animal. In doing so, the city bred a culture of people treating pets like as though they were disposable. He recalls going to a home of a man who admitted shooting a dog he no longer wanted.

So, how to address the larger problem of human ignorance and cruelty toward animals? Grim says that in a perfect world, four things would happen:

1. The city would open a new facility for bite dogs and other canines viewed as a threat to humans.

2. Stray Rescue and other city shelters -- including the Humane Society -- would handle the rest of the dogs, working together to house and adopt out animals.

3. St. Louis would employ at least two police officers whose sole job would be to investigate animal complaints. (Grim says he no longer calls police to report animal abuse because most the cops are ignorant of the law. "It's like a game of Russian Roulette," says Grim. "Some officers would take it seriously, others would laugh at me.")

4. Multiple charities and other agencies would help educate the community on responsible pet ownership, including the leash laws and penalties and fines for those who abuse animals.

Earlier this summer the mayor proposed giving Stray Rescue $250,000 that the city collected to build a new animal shelter that never materialized. Grim says he never asked for the money, and he's not sure he'd even want it now after several aldermen protested giving the gift to Stray Rescue. He realizes that he's now in the middle of a pissing match between aldermen and the mayor's office over how to respond to stray animals. It's a position he loathes.

"I got my first taste of politics this summer, and it wasn't good," he says. "The fact is, we never signed a contract with the city and we've never been paid a dime. And I'm not the city dog catcher."

If there's a silver lining to any of this, it came last week when an anonymous donor coincidentally stepped forward to offer to match the first $100,000 donations made to Stray Rescue's Stracks Fund, which pays for emergency medical care for abused and neglected dogs. (Donation form here.)

That same medical care couldn't save "Our Little Boy" last week, but Grim hopes it will save other abused animals.

"To me the gift means that he did not die in vain," he says. 

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always me
always me

Trash sees nothing wrong with throwing out what they consider to be trash.  These "things" are not people--they are living, breathing, garbage.  They are human parasites that suck off the government teat and as such are worthless.  This is not an issue of people versus animals.  It is an issue of animals versus human garbage that should crawl back under the rock it crawled out from under.  North St. Louis is a shit hole and as such should be flushed.

viciouscycle
viciouscycle

A good portion of North St. Louis residents don't take care of their property or their children, I don't understand why we think they can take care of a dog. Those that own dogs in North St. Louis use them for dogfighting or sell them to make a profit. They dump them when they are finished using them. It's really hilarious that the aldermen believe these dogs are strays, when a many of the dogs Stray Rescue captures have some godforsaken form of a collar wrapped around their neck: barbed wire, huge steel chains, etc. These are your worthless constituents dogs, and they aren't taking care of them. The problem definitely does lie with the people. We don't have this sort of problem in the County. Why? Because people aren't shitty human beings who are nothing but a drain on society's resources. It's a vicious cycle, these same people are teaching their bad habits to their children. If we don't create tougher laws for animal abuse and neglect, this problem will continue for years to come.

Tonycacioppo75
Tonycacioppo75

I would like to volunteer some of my time to help this cause. Please let me know if that is something that can be done in the near future. I think that I would have alot to bring to the table.                                                                                   Thank You,                                                                                          Anthony Cacioppo                                                                                          (314)985-8160                                                                                      tonycacioppo75@yahoo.com

Ellen M.
Ellen M.

We went to Stray Rescue after seeing a dog we were interested on their website.  We went on a Sunday and he wasn't there because he was spending the day with a hiking club that takes their shelter dogs out for the day to go hiking.  What an awesome concept and a healthy outlet for the dogs.  We went back on Monday and adopted him.   They were really nice people and their compassion for dogs was very obvious.  He's a great dog and they have a great system in place.

Renee
Renee

Nice article Chad.   It takes really compassionate people to rescue dogs like the one in the picture and then try to save it.   I feel bad the guy has to see the worst abuse cases and then deal with the most ignorant aldermen.  That lady is lucky I didn't come and pick her up or she would have ended up in the dumpster.  

Pokey
Pokey

Race IS the underlying factor here. No we do not need to add "whites (always lowercase to liberals) do it too".

Any other race and it's BIG NEWS!!! but if it's blacks then everyone is shouted down:

 "YOU RAYSIS NAZI BASTARD. WHY DON'T YOU KILL SIX MILLION jews! THEY ARE JUST SPIRITED YOOFS! WHY ARE YOU FULL OF HATE! THEY INVENTED THE PEANUT AND ROCKET FUEL AND WERE BEHIND THE SPACE PROGRAM AND EVERYTHING REALLY COOL BUT IT WAS STOLEN FROM THEM BY THE EVIL WHITE CONSPIRACY!"

Just_Me
Just_Me

Let's not confused and start thinking anyone in the St. Louis region regardless of race is a human being. Most are fat, ugly, selfish, arrogant, filthy mouthed, unfriendly, lazy, beligerant.....

"FINE THEN WHY DON'T YOU JUST LEAVE!!!" is what the hillbillies and ghetto trash in this area contend.

Common Sense
Common Sense

Does a child getting mauled by a dog care if it is stray or owned? 

Jaded
Jaded

Why doesn't St. Louis have a active Animal Control just like every other city?

Chris
Chris

Honestly, I'm inclined to believe the owner of Stray Rescue; he's not a politician after all, and the other aldermen quoted think they're running for mayor.

Jaded
Jaded

While Randy Grimm's heart might have been in the right place at some point, it doesn't seem to be now and it is an overstatement saying that Randy Grimm is managing the stray dogs of St Louis.  That is unless you mean that he is "managing" to send dogs to every other shelter since his doesn't have the capability to take them in. 

First off, he runs a no kill shelter, which is a great idea, but the reality is that he actually can't take in enough dogs so his shelter sends them to the other shelters, where they may of may not be euthanized.  Doesn't this really mean that his shelter is implicit in the deaths of dogs (which may be necessary for public safety), but he still solicits money by claiming that he has a pure organization.

If you have a stray and call/go to his shelter and if you are lucky enough to get someone to answer the phone or be there, you will almost surely be told to take your dog to another shelter with the APA and Humane Society at the tops of their list.The list is even posted on an unattended shelter telling you to take your dogs to one of these shelters. 

Since Randy closes his doors at a specific number of dogs, he is not affected by the growing number of strays in the city.  He pretty much runs his shelter at this max capacity and turns away citizens making the other shelters in the area bear the majority of the burdon.  This is shown clearly in a study that Washington University did stating that the APA and Humane Society have had to handle a huge additional burdon since animal control was shut down. Randy Grimm says this is just some plot to make him look bad and that he is handling everything.  The facts don't bear out his side of the story.

KITTY
KITTY

The more important issue in north St. Louis is THUG NEGLECT! The poor thugs are neglected by their mothers, their unknown fathers and their "baby's mamas." St. Louis should institute a Hug A Thug Day. Show them a little kindness, love and respect. If that doesn't work, then neuter them just like all the stray dogs that run rampant thru the northside. A thug without nuts is as good as a gun without bullets.

Real_Man
Real_Man

"It's Just A Dog" Say you pathetic wastes of human flesh packed on with 60 lbs of extra weight, the fat spilling out over your waistline. TAKE A LOOK AT THAT ANIMAL?

You also being a sentient being, you fat piece of shit. Have you ever felt that type of hunger to where you own body is consuming itself for nourishment. Day to day, having put your faith in to another animal, only to have the other animal abuse the authority it has over you!

You God DAMNED Selfish, pitiless bastards!

This is why the GOD DAMNED USA is a pile of filth. This IS why you selfish pieces of shit can allow your government to rape and pillage across the planet because its' own citizenry haven't even the moral courage to stand witness to a crime against an animal that wanted nothing more than something to eat, a place to sleep and to know it was loved!

GOD DAMN YOU MOTHER FUCKERS! THE USA DESERVES TO BE DUMPED IN TO THE DUSTBIN OF HISTORY! FUCK ALL OF YOU!

Realist
Realist

I give major props to Stray Rescue for even going into north St. Louis and I think they go to east St. Louis too.   The horrors they probably see on a daily basis would make most people sick and they have been rescuing for free to the city for over a decade.   Too bad every city in the US didn't have a Stray Rescue.   The saddest thing is the horrors they pick up are the result of a substandard environment with substandard people and no alderman will admit that the problems like within their voters.  Hence, Stray Rescue will always be in business.   I think its hilarious that alderman like Carter, Flowers, Troupe and French think they have the answers yet know nothing about strays and the management of animal control.   They need to leave animal control to proven winners like Stray Rescue and pay them to do it instead of being a stereotype and wanting the services for free,  and focus their efforts on improving and educating their voters.  If they adjust their thought processes back to normal,  99.9% of the problems in their area would also be fixed.

Jennifer
Jennifer

Let's not conflate the community's responsibility with the government's responsibility. It is TOTALLY the community's responsibility to educate people about proper care for their pets. It is our responsibility to see that animals are not abused or neglected. It is our responsibility to advocate reform to the laws so that people who do this to animals can be fined, punished, imprisoned. It is the government's responsibility to help ensure dangerous animals are removed from the streets and the owners penalized and/or blocked from further pet ownership.

Further, how can we say we don't have the resources to take care of the animal problem? We pour money into the failing public schools - per student spending has skyrocketed with no measurable difference in attainment. Why not divert some of that obviously poorly-used funding to something like Stray Rescue that has obvious, immediate, and measurable results on the well-being of this City?

SickofNSTL
SickofNSTL

Unfortunately we will never know what more could have already been done had the $250K been given to Stray Rescue instead of them using Randy for all of their calls and then screwing him in the end. How can anyone not see that this recent story is a crime against a living being - just one of many that consistently continue to happen in this area.  This was not a story of  packs of dogs that are roaming but somehow its been turned into that problem again.  Once again, not blaming the true issue of the people in this area.  Along with all of the other crimes - homicide, drugs, gangs, etc.  North St. Louis is what puts St. Louis in a bad light every time when it comes to crime stats/dangerous cities, etc.  Too bad we can't get the dogs out, and the law abiding WORKING people and then just blow the rest up. 

Pwnzorrz
Pwnzorrz

Mayor Slay needs his nose shoved in the pile of shit he helped create by closing the shelter.  Stray Rescue should be reimbursed from his salary.

Educating North City is a waste of time & breath.  Does anyone in 2011 really need to be "educated" that pets need food?  My 2 year old is available to do some lectures on that topic (for a modest fee of course... but far less than $500k).

Let the North City Dogs eat the North City People as revenge for their stupidity.

Oh, and before you assume that's racist, I'd say the EXACT same thing about the White-Trash Puppy Mill operators.

Raven
Raven

North St. Louis and the people in it are the biggest problem.  Educate the people to what is second nature to most other people and the majority of the problems the region faces will disappear.  Who the hell thinks it normal and okay to let their dog roam during the day?  What kind of mentality is that??   Fact:  Animal control picked up 14 dogs yesterday in north St. Louis,  before the end of the day,  9 of them were picked up from animal control by their owners.  They have no accountability, no respect and their behavior is wasting taxpayer's dollars. 

They say you can judge a person's character by the way they treat others (animals included)  from whom they have nothing to gain.   North St. Louis is VOID of character.   I have to agree with Randy.   Until you fix the problem of dumb shits in north St. Louis who don't mind letting their pets starve to death in their basement and then have the audacity to call Stray Rescue to pick them up because they are almost dead,  St. Louis will continue to have major problems.   They need a NO ADOPT registry for people convicted of animal abuse.   The dumb, clueless and psychologically defective piece of shit who sat upstairs and filled her face while her dogs were starving to death in her basement needs to be one of the first ones on their list.

To Weownem.... you have no clue what "feral" means and obviously have never been in contact with one or you would know the huge differences between a  dog that is truly feral as opposed to one that's just out roaming.

AMS
AMS

Wow! Nice broad brush you painted with. Way to just make crap up. Good job, county resident who knows nothing about what you actually speak.

missy
missy

If you go to Stray Rescue's site, they have the days and times that hey do volunteer orientation.  All you have to do is attend the orientation and you can start volunteering.

Pokey
Pokey

They do it's called "The St. Louis Housing Authority"

Mayor Slay
Mayor Slay

Why do you think he isn't a politician? Maybe he wasn't elected, but he gets all the media attention he can, he asks for public tax dollars, and he is part of the political machine.

Janean
Janean

The study by Washington University was paid for by the APA and Humane Society,  that's point number one. 

Your arguments are a far reach from reality.  Since SR took over the central service bureau calls,  they have brought in over 4000 dogs this year alone which is more than 80% of the yearly total under the city's animal control.   Stray Rescue's capacity is not limited to any three of its shelter facilities since they have a huge network of foster families.   Grim is not obligated to pick up anything for the city of St. Louis since they don't pay him but they respond to the calls and go looking for strays free of charge.    Unlike Kathy Warnick who heads the Humane Society in Missouri and makes $247,000 a year (that's right people you heard me correctly) in a  non for profit government funded agency and who begs me for money and sends me coffee cups with my name on them,  Randy Grim doesn't even make a salary.   Where is Kathy Warnick's heart at stealing that much money a year when it could be going to canine care and eliminating euthanasia.    Stray Rescue is about strays, not owner surrenders unless the dog originally came from Stray Rescue

Before you start stretching half truths to fulfill your desire to bash people who do great things,  get your facts straights.   The fact that you even mentioned the prepaid study done by a student at Washington University who did not request any statistical data from Stray Rescue before writing the article tells me that you are one of the sore losers from either the APA or Humane Society who sit back and pout watching huge corporations put all of their support into Stray Rescue.  I'm guessing you quit shopping at Dierbergs.

missy
missy

You might just be one of THE most awful human beings on the planet.

KITTY
KITTY

If the United States is so bad, then get your sorry stinkin ass out of here and go to Somalia, North Korea or any other similiar place and enjoy life there. One less piece of shit like you will make the United States a better place. You are so pathetic, you make the scum protesting in NYC look good.

Jaded
Jaded

Sadly, Stray Rescue really isn't handling the majority of strays at the present time, the APA and the Humane Society and others are.  Stray Rescue mostly sends people with strays away, telling them to go to another shelter because they are full.  They have taken in a set amount of animals and now sends most everyone else away.

missy
missy

So, it's the Mayor's fault b/c he should have kept a decrepid shelter open???

Alexandria Long
Alexandria Long

"Who the hell thinks it normal and okay to let their dog roam during the day?  What kind of mentality is that??"

People all over the region do that; it's not exclusive to this side of the city or any suburb for that matter. Please stop with the generalizing. Whether or not you live or have lived over here (friends living around here don't count), then you should not be passing judgement on N. St. Louis. I live here, in Walnut Park, and I do not see packs upon packs of dogs running around here. Perhaps a problem in the other wards, but I don't see a pack problem with dogs here. I see it more with cats, to be honest. A problem is a problem regardless of the type of animal, but I ask you to not sit in front of your computer and act like you know about me as a citizen and pet owner when you know nothing.

I believe in the vision and mission of Stray Rescue, and unfortunately I do not trust my ward Alderman. He doesn't even live among us (I assume the other Aldermen don't as well), yet they have the nerve to bring this issue of stray/neglected animals to the mayor instead of bring it to the attention of the people who actually live here. As a citizen living here in N. St. Louis, I AM frustrated that there are some city services that we have lacked for some time. When there was a city Animal Control to speak of, they told my mother to capture the animals that we had called to report, not them come and attempt safe removal themselves. We wasted our breath too many times to trust city workers to do their jobs, so I am glad that at least someone stepped up to acknowledge the peril these animals are in and do something about it.

Now my question is if our Aldermen get enough funds to tackle wards' current animal control issues, would they actually use the money for the programs or on something else? Hmm... I liked how the one Alderman with a YouTube account tried to portray a scared animal as an aggressive stray. He's soo concerned for the children, my poor heart bleeds!

We should all agree that people who do not have the time or patience should not be pet owners. Ignorance is also a problem, but even providing education on the law and pet care won't stop some people from taking in animals that they see as merely playthings. The laws are already in place, so we should be pushing the city to enforce them.

Robert
Robert

Sounds like your jealous. You're going to be livid by Christmas.   Stray Rescue operates solely on donations not tax dollars and has never asked for any tax dollars.   Why do you keep lying?    I think you are just mad because more and more companies find euthanizing healthy dogs despicable so they are dumping their contributions into no-kill shelters like Stray Rescue and Open Door Animal Sanctuary.  I kind of feel sorry for you Jaded.   Nobody wants to hear about the APA or Humane Society because people have walked by and seen their dumpsters full of dead dogs and cats whose only problems were they didn't get adopted within three weeks time.  The Humane Society does get funding from the government and that's political.   Grim has players from the Blues that like to go out on Rescues with him.  Alex Steen goes all of the time.  I guess they would rather ride along with Stray Rescue than toss dead dogs into a dumpster for the APA or Humane Society.

Ellen M.
Ellen M.

Kathy Warnick's salary makes me sick when they are always begging for money.  They should be ashamed of themselves.   $217,000 of that could go toward the shelter animals and she would still be overpaid.

Also Jaded
Also Jaded

Randy makes a very nice salary.  Look it up.

Jaded
Jaded

1) they took over the calls by not answering the phones2) where did the other 20% go?3) Stray Rescue is not the only shelter that picks up animals free of charge4) I am very sure the Humane Society or APA is NOT government funded and rely solely on contributions5) why do you think the study was "prepaid"? How does it not make sense that if city animal control stops taking in animals and stray rescue, as you stated, has not picked up all of the slack, that these other shelters aren't getting more strays in

Janean
Janean

That's a blatant lie.   Stray Rescue is the only group handling the abuse hotline calls and central service bureau calls regarding strays and dangerous dogs for the city of St. Louis.   NEVER does the APA or Humane Society show up to help out when Stray Rescue goes out on calls.   NEVER does the APA or Humane Society troll the streets of North St. Louis every day looking for strays.  Stray Rescue continues to bring in animals every day and depends on foster families to make room for more unlike the APA and Humane Society who kill healthy dogs for lack of space.    There are no "others".   

susieque2
susieque2

Every sentence Robert posted was true.  Lying repeatedly does not make your nonsense true, "volunteer for animals".

Robert
Robert

Every sentence was true.  Your denial is almost as tragic as your ignorance.   If anybody ever has a dog that goes missing,  make sure you check with the APA or Humane Society first because they will only hold your dog for one week before they kill it.    I know a guy who works for the Humane Society on Macklind and hates it because they kill so many healthy dogs it makes him sick to his stomach and they toss them like trash.  The dogs are helpless and cry as they are being murdered by the people who are supposed to be taking care of them.

Also Jaded
Also Jaded

Why don't you just ask him yourself?  Or look it up, it's all available online. 

Bill
Bill

No he doesn't,  the guy lives with his mom not by choice.

Lisa Garner
Lisa Garner

Stray Rescue does answer the phones because I am one of the people that does it.  I don't appreciate you making false accusations.  Its very obvious that for whatever reason you choose to badmouth people that do good things.  You are exactly part of the problem.  If they don't answer the phones, the dog pictured above would have never been picked up.   You obviously misunderstood the math.  Stray Rescue in six months picked up 80% more stray dogs than St. Louis Animal Control did for the entire year.  

Reginald
Reginald

The only thing the Humane Society trucks are doing in north St. Louis is looking for donut shops.   We never see them anywhere.

Jerry
Jerry

Stray Rescue has a sign up that says no owner surrenders unless the dog originally came from Stray Rescue.  Your implication of Stray Rescue killing animals because it turns away dump offs is a manipulation of the truth.   They are not responsible for anybody who doesn't want their dog anymore.  They are "STRAY" rescue not the "I DON'T WANT MY DOG ANYMORE DUMP OFF STOP".   If you don't want your dog anymore, its your responsibility to find it a new home, not Stray Rescues.   But thanks for admitting that the INhumane Society and the Animal Unprotective Association like to murder healthy dogs.

Missy
Missy

To be honest, part of the problem is Stray Rescue's and the HSMO inability to work together.  The drama and politics is ridiculous!  I know people who volunteer, one with SR, one with HSMO, and they have to keep their friendship secret.  RIDICULOUS.

Jaded
Jaded

I assume that you work with Stray Rescue and maybe other shelters don't show up, because, by your tone, Stray Rescue has a chip on its shoulder and doesn't get along with those shelters that you seem to like to degrade and insult. I am sure that the goal of all of the shelters is the welfare of the animals, not some bickering.

The real problem is that the city has a social contract to ensure public safety. Now it's great that some citizens are pitching in to help with the problem the city started by closing animal control, but the city needs to do like every other city does and collect strays.

Jaded
Jaded

I see Humane Society trucks in North St Louis all the time. I am sure disappointed is correct that the humane society has been doing this from at least twenty years (it may have been more). I assume that you don't have experience with bringing a stray into Stray Rescue since you sem unaware that they ask people to take the animals to other shelters all the time. They seem to never answer the phone either.

Why do you think that when Stray Rescue turns away animals and asks people to take them to the shelters who you think they are any less complicit in the "killing" of these animals.

Of course Stray Rescue will say they don't turn away animals, but they do. They have signs on the doors of one of there shelters that says take animals to the apa or humane society.

Janean
Janean

Really that's odd because they never answer the CSB calls, abuse calls or show up to help Stray Rescue.  

Disappointed
Disappointed

Actually that is incorrect.  The Humane Society has had officers on the streets for decades before Stray Rescue ever came in to existence.  And still does.

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