Operation SPOT, Stop Pet Overpopulation Today&quot
Missouri 501(c)(3) since 1995

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PO Box 29563 St Louis, MO 63127 - ph: 314.995.8678 - fax: 636.629.0835


Make a financial pledge to help Operation SPOT & the Saint Louis petlover coalition stop the cycle of unwanted litters. Your PayPal donation can be made by clicking the no unwanted litters logo above.

Be Pet Friendly

Help fund spay and neuter in Missouri.
Show your love for animals and help end pet overpopulation by purchasing
"pet friendly" personalized license plates.

For more information, go to www.mostatehumane.org


Check out our 909-VETS program, which provides low-cost spays and neuters. More....


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Our thanks to our 13 participating veterinary clinics for spaying or neutering over 500 dogs and cats during our fall "TenSPOT Fix". Their work will save hundreds of thousands of lives in the future.

Bellson Animal Hospital
Dorothy Brinker, DVM
Franklin County Animal Medical Center
Hampton Animal Hospital
Hartz Second Chance
Hillside Animal Hospital
Krakow Veterinary Clinic
Metro East Humane Society
New Haven Veterinary Clinic
Olsen Veterinary Clinic
Pet Station, PC
St. Louis Veterinary Center
Webster Groves Animal Hospital

Please help us to keep this great program going- donate to the "TenSPOT FIX".

Sunday, November 12th
9am start time for 5K and 10K runs

Sons of Rest Pavilion, Tower Grove Park
Come run, walk, bring your kids and your dogs and enjoy a great day in the park.
"Sweat-4-Pets" registration is ready to go! For online registration click here or download the mail-in registration below.
Download our flier and help us get the word out about this fun event for people and their dogs.

(download flier)

(download mail-in registration)

To guarantee your t-shirt size, register by October 25.

And here is another race you might like to attend
Tenth Life Cat Rescue's Hissin' Hustle 5K/10K run and 1 mile cat walk
Sunday, October 22nd

(download flyer)