Humane Society Rescues Starving Horses, Mules in Sullivan Co.Carmen Skelly tells KMOX that since June, the Humane Society has had a pending case against the owner of the animals.
Animal Cruelty Task Force Rescues 28 Dogs from Hoarding Situation in Newton Co."The dogs have been living on a waste-filled, trash- and debris-strewn property and in an abandoned, dilapidated house trailer."
'Cutie,' Dog Who Was Shot, Dies on Operating TableHad just undergone surgery to have severely injured leg amputated.
Dog Shot, Faces Possible Amputation of Front Leg$2,500 reward offered for information on shooting of German Shepherd named Cutie.
National Adopt A Shelter Pet DayShelter adoption is the best option for both people and homeless pets!
Dozens of Jack Russell Terriers Rescued from Life-Threatening ConditionsThe unlicensed owners did not live at the property - which had no running water - and they provided little to no veterinary care for the animals.
126 Dogs, Cats Removed at Lebanon ShelterThe Humane Society of Missouri is taking 126 dogs and cats from the Lebanon Humane Society in southern Missouri, at the request of that facility's newly elected board of directors.
Right to Farm Opponents Weigh Recount OptionOpponents of Missouri's Right to Farm constitutional amendment were weighing a recount request Wednesday, a day after the measure appeared to pass by the slimmest of margins.
Police: Pet Dog Shot After Escaping YardThe pit bull-pointer mix named Loki escaped from its yard Tuesday morning.
Missouri's Right to Farm Initiative Brings Many Pros and ConsThe pros and cons are flying when it comes to Amendment One, or Missouri's Right To Farm initiative.
July Marks Five Years Since 500 Missouri Dogs Were RescuedThey are known as The Missouri 500, and five years later, their story is both heart-warming and heart-wrenching. The Humane Society of Missouri rescued 500 dogs five years ago this month who knew nothing but fighting their entire lives.
Humane Society: Right to Farm Would Protect Puppy Mill OwnersState Senator Eric Schmitt disagrees, saying that it would protect farmers from PETA and similar organizations who want to banish beef.