Humane Society of Missouri
The dogs and cats at the Humane Society of Southeast Missouri aren’t just sitting around in their pens while waiting to be adopted.
It’s a new day for dogs and cats in the St. Louis area. The Humane Society of Missouri broke ground on a new $12.5 million multi-level animal care facility.
Humane Society officials said Tuesday that 192 domestic rabbits, 25 goats, 21 chickens, 10 cats, four dogs and a duck were removed from the property near St. Clair in Franklin County.
After months of treatment, including seven surgeries, and time in a foster care program, that dog, Trooper, is ready for a new home.
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The Humane Society of Missouri says they’ve received at least 1,000 inquiries from people seeking to adopt the dog.
Humane Society of Missouri President Kathy Warnick said an anonymous donor has allowed the reward to grow to $5,000.
Veterinarian Mark Wright said Trooper is living up to his name. He’s eating well, cooperating with doctors and even wags his tail when he sees a familiar face.
One of the dogs is blind; several appeared to have eye problems and matted coats.