Find St. Louis Missouri animal shelters, puppy dog and cat shelters, pet adoption centers, dog pounds, and humane societies. Animal shelters provide information on adopting dogs, cats, and pets, animal care and rescue, and animal control.
Act Now Rescue PO Box 510321 St. Louis MO 63151 314-605-1497
Crestwood Animal Control 9245 Whitecliff Lane St. Louis MO 63126 314-729-4868
Feline Friends of Missouri 1506 Creve Coeur Mill Road St. Louis MO 63146 314-878-3645
Furry Ferret Rescue 7301 Watson Road St. Louis MO 63119 314-608-0370
Gateway Pet Guardians 5321 Manchester Avenue St. Louis MO 63110 314-664-7398
Guardian Angel Settlement Association PO Box 2055 St. Louis MO 63158 314-524-5002
Impact for Animals PO Box 190184 St. Louis MO 63119 314-995-9260
Metro Animal Resource Services, Inc. PO Box 260077 St. Louis MO 63126 314-995-2655
National Brittany Rescue Adoption Network 600 Washington Ave 150 St. Louis MO 63101
Pet Placement PO Box 190244 St. Louis MO 63119 314-961-1504
Purebred Dog Rescue of St Louis 7200 Waterman Avenue St. Louis MO 63130 314-957-3647
St. Louis Animal Center 2120 Gasconade Street St. Louis MO 63118 314-353-5838
St. Louis County Animal Control South 77 Hunter Avenue St. Louis MO 63124 314-726-6655
St. Louis Regap PO Box 25383 St. Louis MO 63125 314-894-0834
Stray Rescue of St Louis 2320 Pine Street St. Louis MO 63103 314-771-6121
The Cat Network PO Box 510103 St. Louis MO 63151 636-386-7877
Wonder Weims Rescue 3012 Cambridge Pointe Drive St. Louis MO 63129
Some animals are brought to shelters by owners who cannot care for them. Others are rescued from abuse or neglect. Stray or lost animals may be brought to shelters by the general public or animal control agencies.
Some shelters have a firm no-kill policy and will strive to find homes for every animal they receive. Due to limited space and resources, other shelters may have to euthanize certain animals that are less suitable for adoption because of health or behavioral issues. Animal control agencies may euthanize animals that have not been adopted within a certain timeframe or animals that have shown aggression.
Generally, any member of the public may adopt a pet from an Animal Shelter. Some Animal Shelters will first screen or interview an individual in order to assess their suitability as a pet owner.