Humane Society of Missouri is dedicated to rescuing animals who are abused, neglected or abandoned. They create lasting relationships between people and animals through adoption, shelter pet behavior programs and by making available world-class veterinary care. These animals are looking for their forever homes.
Diane and Jack (A673055 and A673056)
Two-year-old Pointer mixes, Diane and Jack are two very sweet and playful pups who love kids! Their previous owner could no longer care for this bonded pair who want nothing more than to find a forever home together. Before coming to HSMO, they also lived with a cat, so they are open to sharing space with some new furry friends. Diane and Jack are known to be escape artists, so a home with a fence over 6 ft. tall and supervision when outside will help keep them safe. These pup partners can’t wait to find a family who with take them on daily walks or play a good ol’ game of fetch for the rest of their days.
To adopt: Apply in person at HSMO’s Best Buddy Pet Center in Maryland Heights. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org. Alf (ID#A675067)
Alf is a six-month-old brown and white guinea pig looking for his forever home! This little lad enjoys nestling under his grass bedding, but would prefer to cuddle up close with you. He enjoys playing hide and seek, popping up to say hello when human friends are near his window. While outside his enclosure, he likes to be gently handled and held, so it’s important his new family learn how to properly support him when moving around. If he appears a bit skittish at first, spend some time softly stroking his fur during feeding and he will soon become your best buddy!
To adopt, apply in person at HSMO’s Macklind Ave. headquarters in St. Louis City. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org Ace (ID#A674822)
Ace is a seven-year-old Labrador Retriever and Australian Cattle Dog mix who even as a senior, still loves to play! This loveable lad enjoys staying active by going on walks, or rolling on the floor with his favorite squeaky toy. After he finishes his favorite activities, Ace loves to snuggle up for kisses and hugs. This sweet guy wants nothing more than to be the ace of your heart now and through the rest of his golden years.
To adopt, apply in person at HSMO’s Macklind Ave. headquarters in St. Louis City. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org. Delilah (ID#A673666)
Delilah is a seven-year-old tabby who is looking for a home to live out the rest of her golden years. This gorgeous gal who is dressed up in a beautiful calico-colored coat loves to sit pretty on all the softest surfaces. This lovely lady PURRfers to be the only pet in the house, so she can have all the beds, blankets and laps to herself! At her previous home, Delilah was around young children, so she would love to play, pounce and lounge around with new human friends of all ages.
To adopt: Apply in person at HSMO’s Best Buddy Pet Center in Maryland Heights. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org. Brady (A673976)
Oh Boy! Oh Boy! Oh Boy! One-year-old German Shepard mix, Brady is ready to run, jump and play with you! At first glance, his coat appears all black, but if you look closely, you will notice golden-brown hues brushing through his fur from head to tail. This lively guy would love a home where he has plenty of outdoor space to sniff all the good smells and sprint after flying balls. Since he’s still a puppy, Brady would love to find a partner to help him master new commands and tricks through positive reinforcement training. Brady’s bushy tail is always wagging – and he’ll wag his way right into your home and heart!
To adopt, apply in person at HSMO’s Macklind Avenue headquarters in St. Louis City. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org. Kale (ID#A674330)
If you’re not about noshing on the superfood veggie, how about cuddling a cutie with the same name instead? Three-year-old shorthaired rabbit, Kale is a handsome guy with a silky-soft spotted fur coat. Aside from being completely adorable, Kale is a curious little critter who loves to hop over to say hello to his human friends. He will need a forever family who will help him continue to grow through positive reinforcement and gentle handling. Kale would love a home where he will be kept safely indoors with lots of fun enrichment toys to keep him entertained. This happy boy has a fun personality and it will be hard to stop watching him explore and play each and every day.
To adopt: Apply in person at HSMO’s Best Buddy Pet Center in Maryland Heights. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org. Copper (ID#A674806)
One-year-old German Shepherd mix, Copper is a gentle guy who would be the perfect pup in a home with children. When it comes to obedience, Copper already knows how to sit, lay down and come on command, but still needs a little patience when it comes to housetraining as he primarily lived outside before coming to HSMO. After a fun game of fetch or a stroll around the block, Copper loves to settle down at your feet for ear scratches, belly rubs or a nice chewy treat.
To adopt, apply in person at HSMO’s Best Buddy Pet Center in Maryland Heights. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org. Kitty (ID#A669580)
Kitty is a lovely five-year-old Tortie, donning a “purrfect” patchwork of colors on her coat that is accented with gorgeous green eyes. This very sweet and affectionate girl enjoys long naps, laying calmly on her side in hopes for some under the chin scratches. She has been around human friends of all ages, but is a little fearful of dogs, so she would love the company of people, but no pups. Kitty is a fabulous feline who is ready to find a comfy home to call her own.
To adopt, apply in person at HSMO’s Macklind Ave. headquarters in St. Louis City. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org Payne (ID#A673467)
Three-year-old English Foxhound, Payne is a gorgeous girl with the sweetest face and temperament. This happy hound loves to explore, sniffing and searching out all the interesting smells her nose picks up. Payne prefers to do her business outside and would love a home with a fenced-in yard where she has lots of room to run, jump and play with whatever you throw her way. If you’re sniffing out for a new best friend, this extremely lovable lady is ready to embark on some new and exciting adventures with you!
To adopt, apply in person at HSMO’s Macklind Ave. headquarters in St. Louis City. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org Reba (ID#A416339)
Athletic, willing and versatile, 13-year-old Quarter horse, Reba is a powerhouse of a mare who is a blast to ride and has a background in eventing. Reba seems to enjoy jumping, and has successfully schooled up to two feet at the ranch with tons of scope. As she is a very smart and sturdy gal, Reba would have no problem switching and excelling at a variety of disciplines with a confident intermediate rider.
To adopt, apply in person at HSMO’s Longmeadow Rescue Ranch in Union, MO. Visit longmeadowrescueranch.org for hours, directions and more information. Sunny (ID#A675930)
One-year-old, Labrador Retriever mix, Sunny will make you happy when your skies are gray. Sunny is an all-around calm pup who would be better suited in a home with no other pets. This beaming beauty loves the outdoors, but can be a bit of an escape artist, so it’s important she is not left outside unattended, as well as receives plenty of exercise and enrichment to keep her busy every day. After a day full of play, Sunny loves to cuddle close to receive all your hugs and give you tons of sloppy, wet kisses.
To adopt: Apply in person at HSMO’s Macklind Ave. headquarters in St. Louis City. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org. Bowie (ID#A673351)
Two-year-old Boxer mix, Bowie is ready to rock out with some new human friends. Like his musician namesake, this handsome boy has tons of personality and presence that is all wrapped up in a stylish brindle and white coat. Bowie loves staying active by going on walks, or rocking and rolling on the floor with his favorite chew or squeaky toy. Bowie can’t wait to tour the world with his most favorite fan in tow – YOU!
To adopt, apply in person at HSMO’s Best Buddy Pet Center in Maryland Heights. Hours and directions at www.hsmo.org.