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About Us

All Paws Rescue, Inc. is an all volunteer non-profit animal rescue organization based in St. Charles County, Missouri. Our mission is to rescue homeless, abused and neglected dogs and cats, provide any necessary medical care or behavioral help they need, and then place them into loving permanent homes. All Paws is made up entirely of foster homes, which allows us to better evaluate each animal and place them in homes that are well-suited to their needs and the needs of their future owners. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, heartworm tested (dogs) or FIV/FeLV tested (cats), and microchipped before being placed for adoption. In addition to our adoption program, All Paws also offers multiple services to our community, including low-cost spay/neuter services and placement assistance for owners needing to re-home their pets. 

Upcoming Fundraisers

Come dine out at Texas Roadhouse in O'Fallon, MO on Sunday March 12th. 11 AM till 4PM
Show this flyer to your server on your phone or by printing it out, and 10% of your bill will be donated to All Paws Rescue!

We will also have raffle tickets on sale for a beautiful St Louis Blues handmade quilt. 
$1 each, $5 for 6 or $20 for 30. Drawing will be around the play offs.


Adoption Events

We hold regular adoption events at the following locations:
St. Charles PetSmart (directions)
O'Fallon PetSmart (directions)
Bridgeton PetSmart (directions)

Some of our cats and kittens stay every day at the Bridgeton PetSmart.  Please drop by and check them out!

Scheduled Adoption Events:

1st Saturday of the month
- PetSmart in St. Charles, MO 10 am - 3 pm
- PetSmart in O'Fallon, MO 10 am - 3 pm

2nd Saturday of the month 
- PetSmart in St. Charles, MO 10 am - 3 pm
- PetSmart in O'Fallon, MO 10 am - 3 pm

3rd Saturday of the month
- PetSmart in Bridgeton, MO 10 am - 3 pm 
- PetSmart in O'Fallon, MO 10 am - 3 pm

4th Saturday of the month
- PetSmart in O'Fallon, MO 10 am - 3 pm

5th Saturday of the month
- PetSmart in O'Fallon, MO 10 am - 3 pm

Because we are a foster home network, we make efforts to meet adopters at times and places convenient to all involved.  If you'd like to meet a pet that you are interested in adopting, please fill out an online application, and the foster home will contact you to arrange a meeting. 

Dog Adoption Application 

Cat Adoption Application 

Adopt A Friend

Our adoption fee is $150 for dogs and $110 for cats. All of our pets receive an exam from a licensed veterinarian, and are spayed or neutered, dewormed, up-to-date on all vaccinations and micro-chipped. Dogs are tested for heartworms, treated if necessary, and placed on preventative. Cats are tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV. 

 Dogs Available for Adoption

Cats Available for Adoption

Our Featured Pets


Ranger is a 1 1/2 to 2 year old three legged Pointer/Hound mix. He was found as a stray in Texas County Missouri under a bridge after either being thrown out of a car or being hit by one and going off the bridge. Snuggle rescued him from a county shelter and brought him to St Louis to have surgery to repair a broken palate in his mouth and a broken shoulder. Surgery was successful, but after several months of therapy, he still had no feeling in his leg or foot. The leg had to be amputated. Ranger is doing great and doesn't let 3 legs hold him back. He is very sweet and loving and needs a family of his own! He can be a little bossy with new dogs until he gets to know them, but he currently lives with 4 other dogs and does fine. Ranger is house-trained.




Corkie lived with a family with children and a dog, and she was especially fond of the teen aged son. She liked to stay in the bedroom the most and loved to sit on the window, with plenty of time to play with strings & play with toys. She liked to rub on the dog and be a part of the family. With me, Corkie is sweet and affectionate.

Corkie was taken to a kill shelter because she started to vomit and pee outside the litter box. When I took her to the vet, it was found that she was hyper-thyroid. This chronic condition is controlled by a medicine that is administered in alternating ears each day. She has used her litter box faithfully since the thyroid condition was controlled.

Since Corkie needs medicine each day, she has been crated quite a bit. She is scared of the other cats, but likes Jackson and likes my dogs. She loves to sit high in her 3-level crate and look out the window.