No Time to Spare Animal Rescue and Sanctuary
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
2134 Hunn rd
Foristell, MO 63348
Pets at Our Shelter:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:We are a 501C3 NOT FOR PROFIT foster based rescue that is based in St. Charles County and services surrounding counties as well. Our organization provides rescue to dogs, cats, horses, goats, geese and ducks as well as all pocket pets. We rescue animals that are being abused and/or neglected in their homes while working with the high kill shelters in our area to pull the animals that sometimes only have minutes left before being euthanized, hence our name of NO TIME TO SPARE! Rescued animals will receive the proper medical care, including spaying or neutering and will be placed for adoption in “forever homes”. No animal in our care will ever be “put to sleep” to make room for another! Those animals that are unable to be placed will find sanctuary with us as permanent residents of No Time to Spare.
We also provide temporary pet food assistance for families that are having financially difficult times, assist in temporary housing for pets of families that have lost their homes and provide several cost effective options for spaying, neutering, micro chipping and vaccines.
About Our Shelter:We are a newly formed 501c3 rescue group located in Foristell MO. The two of us have over 50 years of combined rescue and animal experience.
Come Meet our Pets:We will be having adoption events at local Petsmarts, Petcos and Tractor Supply locations. You can contact us to make an appointment to meet any of our adoptable animals.
Our Adoption Process:All adopters must:
1. Be 18 years of age or older
2. Have a current valid identification,and
3. Understand that the adoption questionnaire is subject to approval by the board members of NTTSARS
The adoption process may take 45-90 minutes. Our adoption process includes asking questions,'verifying identity,age, address and if needed,verifying property owner' s approval for renters. Once the questionnaire is complete and the adoption counselor has reviewed it, you may visit with the pet you are interested in adopting.You will have a counseling session with a member of our staff who will explain the history and needs of each animal. At this time,you may ask questions regarding health issues,behavioral issues,house breaking,and basic care and exercise requirements.