Extreme Cold Causes Overcrowding at Stray Rescue
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ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - This bitter cold winter has caused unforeseen side effects for a no-kill shelter in St. Louis.
Stray Rescue founder Randy Grim says the shelter is extremely full, and space is needed in order to help and treat dogs coming in.
That’s why the shelter launch this week an event called “The One”.
“We’re reducing the adoptions fees to $14 for 14 days, kind of going along with the Valentine’s Day theme, with a huge party on the 15th,” Grim explained.
For more go to strayrescue.org/TheOne.
Last month, Grim and his team flooded social media asking for people to foster a dog, due to overcrowding at the shelter.