Rough winter forcing Stray Rescue to slash adoption fees

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-- With all this snow and cold, Stray Rescue has their hands full trying to keep animals safe and find them a home.

There are over 500 dogs, cats and puppies at Stray Rescue, the most that they've ever had and for the next 14 days. They're dropping their adoption fees from $100 to $14.

It has been a rough winter for Randy Grimm and his crew at Stray Rescue. 

Their sole purpose is to rescue stray animals in need of medical attention, restore them to health and find them a home. But this year with the freezing temperatures, it's been heart breaking.

Grimm is trying to turn a negative into a positive. He's slashed prices for adoption rates which include your pet being spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, and you receive a full year of training for free.


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