The St. Louis Senior Dog Project is a not-for-profit dog rescue organization specializing in older dogs but taking in and finding homes for dogs of all ages...even puppies. Meet your new best friend 11 to 3 Saturday, May 7, in the Kirkwood Petco.To see which dogs wil be there, go Here.
Sometimes I wonder what dogs think about. Don't you? I wonder if they remember their past. I hope they celebrate the way their lives change after rescue. In the picture above, taken at Jefferson County Animal Control, our volunteer Jeanette had just informed this abandoned dog that he was about the be rescued. It looks like he's pretty happy about with the news.
By the way, we're calling him Geronimo and he's now available for adoption.
But Geronimo is only one of the many dogs we've helped this year. On Tuesday we're hoping people will help us keep on rescuing dogs and finding them new homes. Our adoption fees never cover our veterinary and other expenses, so we much raise the money to bridge the gap.
One of our biggest fundraising efforts of the year is almost here.
On Tuesday, May 3rd, St. Louis Senior Dog Project is joining the Greater St. Louis Community Foundation and hundreds of other area non-profit organizations in St. Louis’ largest giving event, GiveSTLDay!
We are asking people who care about dogs -- especially senior dogs --to participate in this 24-hour online giving event on Tuesday, May 3rd, by donating to St. Louis Senior Dog Project:
Donations can be made starting at midnight on Tuesday, May 3rd, and until 11:59 PM and will help St. Louis Senior Dog Project continue to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome dogs in need. Don’t forget to be part of this community wide movement to make greater St. Louis a better place for everyone – including dogs of all ages!
To see all the organizations involved, visit www.givestlday.org.
To go direction to the St. Louis Senior Dog Project donation page, go to https://givestlday.org/npo/st-louis-senior-dog-project. The link will be active beginning at midnight Tuesday, May 3.
St. Louis Senior Dog Project