Resources in the St. Louis Area
plus WHAT TO DO
WHEN A STRAY CAT FINDS YOU
If you've found a cat, we highly recommend beginning by having them scanned for a microchip. Most veterinarians will do this for you for free and this can help you reunite them with their families in the case that they are lost or stolen and not, in fact, stray. This happens more often that you'd imagine and it's the best possible scenario for any cat and their longing family when they can be reunited. Scroll down for more lost and found pet information.
STRAY CAT HELP
If you are interested in seeking admission for a stray cat at Tenth Life, please click here. If the cat you're trying to help seems to be feral or scared of humans, start here. You can also find information about helping cats during cold weather here and here. For hot weather outdoor care tips, start here.
If you have found baby kittens, please begin here to find out what - and what not - to do to ensure their safety while you search for resources.
HELPING PETS AND OTHERS
REHOMING A PET
If you are seeking help with safely rehoming a pet, please begin here.
SOLVING BEHAVIOR ISSUES and RESTORING PEACE
If you're seeking help with restoring peace to your home and resolving behavior issues with our FREE BEHAVIOR HELP LINE, please click here.
FINDING AFFORDABLE MEDICAL CARE
If you are searching for affordable health care options to help you care for your pets well, please begin here.
If the cat you're trying to help seems to be feral or scared of humans, start here. You can also find information about helping cats during cold weather here and here. For hot weather outdoor care tips, start here.
LOST AND FOUND PETS
Look here for Tenth Life's tips on recovering and preventing lost cats and check out the other helpful links below. Tenth Life is a proud member of Bissell Partners For Pets which helps reunite families with their pets throug LostPetUSA.net. You can visit them on Facebook and check out LostPetUSA.net to learn more.
STL Lost Pets
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