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Pet of the Week: Toto

FIve-year-old long-haired chihuahua is in foster care in O'Fallon.

Toto

Toto is a handsome 5 year old long haired Chihuahua. He is shy at first, but once he gets to know you he is a loyal and loving companion. He likes other small dogs and cats, but would do best in a home without young children. He walks well on a leash and likes going for walks. Toto is in foster care at Yuppy Puppy Pet Spa in O’Fallon. You can meet him there during their open hours of 7 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturdays.

 is a 501c3 nonprofit organization located in St. Charles. Our mission is to end pet homelessness, promote responsible pet ownership and advocate for animal welfare. We are the only no kill shelter in St. Charles County and rely completely on private support. We rescue and find homes for hundreds of dogs and cats every year. In addition to our adoption program, we have a humane education program and Animeals pet food pantry for low income pet owners. To learn more about our shelter visit www.fiveacresanimalshelter.org and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Five-Acres-Animal-Shelter/214975568526615

 

Spot

Spot is a Domestic Short Hair, white and black kitten, born April 29.  He is full of energy and lets those toy mice and feather toys know whothe boss is! He plays happily with the other kittens, loves to cuddle and purr, to show you how much he likes to be held. Spot is litter box trained and ready to love you. The $55 adoption fee includes a comprehensive veterinary exam, lots of love from our volunteers, and a free bag of Science Diet Kitten food.

About PALS 

Pals is a 501(c)3 certified nonprofit all-volunteer animal rescue organization based in Lincoln County. Pals is a no-kill shelter essentially, with animals euthanized only if animals are too sick to be treated or too aggresive to be suitable for adoption. Pals is located at 287 Hwy 47 West Hawk Point, MO 63349. Call 636-338-1818 for more information. 

 

Jamie

Jamie is a Red Leopard, Catahoula Leopard Dog. She has one ice-blue eye and one brown eye.Born about April 26, 2011, and weighs in at a healthy 42 lbs. Jamie was seen being left by a man in a parking lot - hitting her over the head, before driving off. A shocked lady saw the incident, and quickly scooped up Jamie, and then brought her to our shelter. That was Jamie's first break in life, a way to start new. Jamie loves to run like the wind. She loves to have a good rub down. Jamie's perfect home would not require her to be kenneled, she gets so worried in there. She is crate trained, but appears to be house trained. A nice fenced yard would give her a safe place to do her laps, romp and play. A gentle family would keep her on the recovery track.

About PALS 

Pals is a 501(c)3 certified nonprofit all-volunteer animal rescue organization based in Lincoln County. Pals is a no-kill shelter essentially, with animals euthanized only if animals are too sick to be treated or too aggresive to be suitable for adoption. 

JM August 13, 2012 at 03:37 AM
Let me tell you a little something about Five Acres....the "no kill" shelter. They are only "no kill" because they ONLY take animals that they can adopt. They do not take aggressive animals, sick animals or old animals. ALSO if they have an animal that is aggressive or becomes very sick while in their care, they take it to their vet to be euthanized. And yet another thing that people do not know...THEY DO NOT TAKE THEIR ANIMALS BACK...which means that if you adopt an animal from them and it does not work out, too bad for you. They will not take responsibility for the animals they "save", Yet they go "rescue" animals from places like Texas and rural Missouri...Just some things to think about before adopting from this "no kill" shelter...Wouldn't you rather go to a shelter that euthanizes animals that are unadoptable instead of from a place that hides behavior problems or health problems? Thank you.

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