Humane Society of Missouri Opens New Location

The Chesterfield Valley Center offers pet adoptions, veterinary care and receiving services for West County residents.

Posted: November 16, 2006, 5 a.m. EST

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(From left to right): Humane Society President Kathy Warnick, Chesterfield Mayor John Nations, Humane Society Board Chairman Andy Bressler, Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce President Joan Schmelig and St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley celebrate the opening of the Chesterfield Valley Center. Photo courtesy of The Humane Society of Missouri.The Humane Society of Missouri recently opened its newest location, the Chesterfield Valley Center, to serve the residents of West County and expand the shelter’s services. The new shelter offers traditional services, such as pet adoptions and veterinary care, while providing a unique habitat for homeless pets.

“The Humane Society is expanding our geographic reach to broaden adoption efforts and find more homes for animals in need,” said Kathy Warnick, president of the Humane Society of Missouri. “The growing population of the Chesterfield area offers homeless animals many opportunities to find wonderful homes.”

To encourage adoptions, the habitat for homeless pets at the new shelter features “invisible” cage fronts made of tempered glass, allowing both pets and potential owners to see each other clearly. “The new animal accommodations are more inviting, engaging and appealing,” Warnick said.

The new location will enhance the services already offered by the shelter’s Macklind Ave., Headquarters, Westport Area Branch, Longmeadow Rescue Ranch and Carol Gates Throop Memorial Park. For more information about the Humane Society of Missouri and the new Chesterfield Valley Center, visit the Humane Society of Missouri’s website.

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Margaret    St.charles, MO

2/22/2014 8:31:22 PM

I need to find someone to take 2 beautiful 10 month old kitties , I have adopted their older brother and I have 3 other cats! Went to petco when u were having an adoption event and the lady I talked to said you would most likely be able to take my kitties, think the brother of the girl kittie is in heat , and He is being kind of aggressive towards her, she's pretty tiny! And I can't have any more babies hanging around my house! REALLY need help! I talked to the lady at petco, she was from the chesterfield humane society, that is where I want to take them! Thank you

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