Lucky was found as a stray, but we know he once had a person because he is the most friendly, affectionate cat! Lucky is very lucky indeed to have been brought to the shelter. He is 3 years old and neutered, a very handsome silver Tabby cat. He loves people and loves to be with them. He will make someone the purrfect furrever best friend and he's ready to go home with you today!
Address: 102 Washboard Hollow Road Reeds Spring, MO 65737
About Our Shelter...
Our facility was opened in 1978. We have 6 employees. We try to provide a pretty good life for our shelter animals while always trying to get them adopted into new loving homes. We try to go to PetSmart in Springfield as many Saturdays as possible. We also try to take advantage of as many remote adoption events as possible. We receive no funding from any city, state or government agencies. We survive through donations, fundraisers and our Thrift Shop (resale store) located in downtown Reeds Spring, MO. We also have a Guardian Angel Program. Guardian Angels can provide care for a specific animal for $25 per month. They receive a picture of animal, bio and periodic updates about their adopted pet. We have a spay/neuter fund and take donations for that. All of our pets are spayed or neutered prior to adoption.
Donate to Our Shelter...
by mail or in person
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are located in Reeds Spring, MO, approximately 40 miles south of Springfield and 15 miles NW of Branson. Hours are Tuesday thru Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fee is $80 for a dog adoption and $70 for a cat adoption, however, we sometimes make exceptions for special needs animals. We offer "2FURRS", "BOGO" adoptions and "Monthly Specials". We only take cash or check, no credit/debit.
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