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Keeping Cool with 4 Local Rescue Donation Groups in July!

July Spotlight Group – Pet’s Second Chance Corgi Rescue

“Pet’s Second Chance, Inc., founded in St. Louis, Missouri in 2000 by Linda Moore as a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization, rehabilitates and re-homes abandoned Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh Corgis, as well as Corgi mixes. PSC accepts Corgis from Missouri, Northern Arkansas, and Southern Illinois. Our dogs range in age from puppies to seniors. We rescue Corgis abandoned by their owners due to divorce, relocation, financial difficulties, the birth of a child, and any number of reasons for which a family may no longer be able to keep their Corgi. Many come to us from shelters. We accept all Corgis regardless of their age or physical condition.”

July Donation Groups

St. Louis – The Feral Companion

“We are a no-kill organization. Our group is very unique. We cater to all of those pups that take a long time to rehabilitate. In many shelters, there is no time for lengthy rehabilitation and sometimes workers lack experience with these shy dogs. We specialize in feral, shy, and special needs dogs. We want to help as many as we can that sometimes get overlooked in kill shelters.”

Columbia – Central Missouri Humane Society

“In continuous operation since 1943, the Central Missouri Humane Society promotes the well-being of companion animals – pets that enrich the lives of the people who love them. The Central Missouri Humane Society envisions a time when no mid-Missouri pet is homeless, abused or neglected.”

Kansas City – The Pet Connection

“The Pet Connection currently focuses on pet adoptions, dog and cat training, aggressive dog rehabilitation, and classes for pet owners. We were the first in this area to offer free training/behavior classes to adopters. The Pet Connection has always been committed to being no-kill advocates. We have been involved in many projects with local and national organizations to help Kansas City progress in how homeless pets are cared for and to improve the services that they receive.”

All information provided by petssecondchance.org, theferalcompanion.org, cmhspets.org, thepetconnection.org

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