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Call for Help in St. Louis
More volunteers needed for dogs rescued in huge raid.

The Humane Society of Missouri has been relying heavily on volunteers from animal welfare organizations over the past two months as it cares for nearly 500 animals rescued in an enormous federal dog-fighting raid on July 8. But more help is needed.
 
Hearings regarding the disposition of the dogs have not yet been schedule and the Humane Society expects to be caring for animals at least through the end of the month. According to volunteer manager Laura B. Renner, groups of volunteers are scheduled to assist at the temporary shelter through September 19, but are help is needed from September 20 through October 3. Specifically, volunteers will be asked to help with cleaning, feeding, watering and some socialization. The Humane Society of Missouri is able to reimburse for travel expenses as well as arrange and cover the cost of lodging.
 
Qualification Required to Volunteer: Volunteers must be currently employed by or volunteering with a rescue group or animal welfare agency, be at least 18-years-old, have animal-handling experience in a shelter/disaster situation, be able to perform tasks that can be physically demanding, and be available for 5 to 7 day deployments in St. Louis. Because this is a pending federal investigation, each volunteer will be issued an ID badge as well as be required to sign a confidentiality agreement.
 
Anyone who has these qualifications and is willing to help can contact Laura at lrenner@hsmo.org.
 

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