In 2017 we adopted out 867 dogs and 1137 cats!
In 2017, we spayed and/or neutered 156 cats and 132 dogs!
We sent around 100 feral cats to new barn homes.
We took in 4266 dogs and cats in 2017!
These numbers are calculated by using our Chameleon software that logs all animals that were intaked and then calcuates outcomes based on data entry.
She is the Director of the shelter. She is an Registered Veterinary Technician. She has a BS in Biology from MU in 2000. She started as the Veterinary Technician for the shelter back in 2000. She received her Associate's in Veterinary Technology in 2011. She is the President of the Missouri Vet Tech Associaiton and works as a Program Advisory Board Member for the United Methodist Women. She is married and has several furry friends at home. Katie fosters for the shelter as well.
She is married and lives with 3 cats and a dog. She received an Associates Degree from St. Charles Community College. She spends her time working out, walking her dog and reading. She worked as a vet tech for 10 years after retiring from Verizon after working there 25 years. She is currently a volunteer at the St. Charles County Pet Adoption Center, assisting in the veterinary services area, as well as cleaning kennels and helping with laundry and dishwashing duties. She is also a member of the Pet Adoption Center’s foster program. She fosters abandoned kittens and mother cats with kittens until all are mature enough to be put up for adoption.
Susan Cortner, CPA is treasurer of the non-profit organization Friends of the PAC. She has been employed in the accounting field for 50 years, most recently working for 23 years at Daugherty Systems, Inc. as Assistant Controller/Sales Tax specialist. In May 2002, Sue passed the CPA exam and still holds an active license in the state of Missouri. She is now retired but loves spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Sue currently has 4 rescue dogs that are permanent members of her home and continues to foster dogs for the St Charles County Pet Adoption Center.
Chuck Cortner is a transporter for the shelter and is an active volunteer. Chuck helps transport animals to the veterinarian and assists the shelter in day to day operations.
She grew up in O’Fallon, Mo. She received a BA in management and computer studies. She retired from MEMC after working for 39 years. She is an avid animal rescue person and started All Paws Rescue in 2003. She is currently a volunteer at the shelter.
Jessical Uzzetta is a groomer and a vet assistant. She helps by assisting at events and helps groom our animals.
Robert Willis is married and has 3 dogs and 3 cats. He assists his wife, Katie, with fostering and taking care of their zoo.
Lisa is married and has 2 dogs and a cat. She volunteers at the shelter spending most of her time taking pictures of the animals.
We are a non profit group that will be helping St. Charles County residents pay for veterinary services that they could not afford and to help the animals at the Pet Adoption Center with special medical conditions and support the shelter.