It’s a horrific form of animal abuse – people allowing their dogs to starve to death, and Stray Rescue’s Jennie Foster says it’s a huge problem.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, September 10 – NBA Greats Steve Stipanovich and Bud Stallworth; SLSO’s Dave Robertson; STL Cards’ Mike Shannon; Stray Rescue’s Randy Grim
Charlie with NBA Greats Steve Stipanovich and Isaac “Bud” Stallworth; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Maestro Dave Robertson. Charlie and Debbie talk with Randy Grim, Founder of Stray Rescue, about the “Dog Treat Challenge”.
Stray Rescue of St. Louis is hoping their new social media fundraising effort catches on like the viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge campaign.
Puppies from Stray Rescue will be taken care of by prison inmates.
Seven of fifty dogs will come to St. Louis for treatment.
Stray Rescue founder Randy Grim says the shelter is extremely full, and space is needed in order to help and treat dogs coming in.
“I would like for the people who are advocates to wait until there is a verdict before they want to ruin somebody’s life”
Family and friends of accused dog killer, Adrienne Martin, are now said to be threatening eyewitnesses.
Adrienne Martin has been held on $50,000 bond since her July 25 arrest on charges she set fire to a dog that came to be known as Brownie and bragged about it on Facebook.
Brownie died after he was discovered to have been set on fire, while chained-up in the back of a north St. Louis home.