Sentry Management’s St. Louis office selected Stray Rescue of St. Louis as a non-profit organization to support through a very successful collection drive. Sentry manages several communities in the heart of St. Louis and Stray Rescue has saved thousands of homeless and abused dogs from the streets in the city core. Approximately $1,500 worth of dog and cat supplies were collected and donated by Sentry employees, including cleaning supplies, food items, toys, beds, bedding and treats.
Stray Rescue goes to great lengths to rescue, train, foster and find “furever” homes for animals. In nearly 20 years of operation, Stray Rescue has grown to include two shelters within the city of St. Louis, over 60 staff members, 1,000 volunteers and 300 foster families. Randy Grim, the founder and leader, has an unwavering commitment to saving the dogs that other shelters turned away. Often the rescued are pit mixed breeds, that are a little harder to match with loving families.
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