already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
Meet Tigger. He is a silly bull terrier mix (like Spuds). If you love the antics of a bull terrier you will absolutely love this little guy. He is house trained, crate trained, and social. For more information, please email MuttsnStuff@yahoo.com.
We are an IRS certified, 501(c)(3) non-profit charity (so all donations are tax-deductible) and all of our foster homes are licensed by the state of Missouri. Because we are an all-volunteer charity, all donations go directly to helping animals in one way or another.
Our purpose is to promote interest and participation in the rescue, foster, and adoption of animals from area pounds and from owners who can no longer take care of their animals due to age/illness/death. We strive to match animals in need with committed adoptive homes. In addition, we are strong advocates of spaying or neutering your pets. When funds permit, we sometimes provide help for those who can't afford to have their pets spayed or neutered.
Our first priority is to rescue dogs and cats from the pounds, particularly those that are to be euthanized soon. As space allows, we also accept strays that are turned in by people who rescued them from the streets.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Please call for current adoption event schedule or check our website at www.muttsandstuff.com.
You will find dogs AND cats at www.muttsandstuff.com. Visit two or three cats at the Petco on Mid Rivers Mall Drive every day.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption process begins with a pre-adoption application and then an adoption agreement will be signed upon placement. General adoption fees can vary less or more depending on individual animals and situations. Dogs are generally $200 under 5 yrs and $175 over 5 yrs (there are exceptions) and cats can range from $45 to $95.
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