Thanks to the Stray Rescue of St. Louis another dog has been saved from the below-zero temperatures that have enveloped the city for over a week. With possible ice and snow being called for in the forecast, the rescue was right on time. Now, this sweet girl, now fittingly named Toast, will be safe, warm, and loved.

When Toast was found, not only was she clearly hungry and scared but she also had pine needles sticking out from her skin. When it gets cold outside, stray dogs will find any place to stay warm, even if it means putting themselves in harm’s way. Organizations like the Stray Rescue of St. Louis are doing all they can to save as many homeless animals as possible, but they need the help of animal lovers like you to care for these innocent dogs.

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You can also make a difference by reminding others of the many dangers that exist as temperatures plummet across much of the U.S. Please take the necessary precautions to ensure your pet’s safety from conditions such as frostbite and hypothermia. To learn more about how to protect your pet during the coldest months of the year, click here.

To donate to the Stray Rescue of St. Louis, click here.