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Five Acres Animal Shelter (formerly the St. Charles Humane Society) is a no-kill shelter that accepts and adopts dogs and cats. Animals available for adoption can be viewed during normal business hours. An appointment is necessary to surrender a cat or dog. The shelter finds homes for over 500 animals each year. The Shelter offers presentations for the community about animals and animal topics free of charge. Boy and girl scout groups and school groups are also welcome to take shelter tours. Call for more details. 
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Shelter Friends is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established to promote the health and welfare of homeless animals in St. Charles, Missouri. We are not a rescue group; we are a shelter assistance and whose purpose is to work directly with animals at the shelter and to help them find rescue or adoption to their future “fur-ever” homes. offices are based at Recycle City; however, animals are sheltered at the. St. Charles Co. Pet Adoption Center 4850 Mid Rivers Mall Drive St. Peters, MO 63376.
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While no one from the Humane Society would agree to appear on camera for a formal interview, the VP of communications sent a lot of material, including this pie chart. HSMO claims it gathered the numbers by polling people who walk in with animals. We have asked to review the polling sheets to confirm the numbers.The St. Louis County Department of Health released this data. They say that when there is a decrease in the amount of animals coming into the shelter better solutions can be found for the animals. More can be returned to owners, transferred and put up for adoption.HELP Humane prides ourselves in taking exemplary care of the animals in our charge. Our shelter is a no-kill cageless facility, and we need your help. Our goal is to have 2000 people donate $10-20 or more per month. This will just cover our basic expenses. Your donation is tax deductible, as we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.