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Your support is important to our work at SCAAR. There are many ways you can contribute towards our mission like volunteering, fostering, advocating, and/or donating. Every dollar donated goes a long way in helping us help animals in Stone County Missouri. Learn more about how you can get involved and take advantage of the opportunity to do some good.


Our Mission

Our nonprofit mission is to rescue abandoned and lost animals in Stone County Missouri, advocate for the compassionate treatment of animals to ensure the health and safety of Stone County residents and animals alike, and to offer financial assistance for animals in need of vetting, food, or pet supplies. 

Our Adoptable Dogs


Sweet Dog
Cat's Eye
Rescue Puppy

Vet Care Fund

We offer financial assistance to pet owners to help cover vet expenses like spays, neutering, vaccinations, illnesses, or injuries living in Stone County. If you are interested apply here:

Approved funding will be paid directly to the vet clinic providing the services. Email us for more information at

Foster based Rescue

We are a new, small, foster based rescue with the main goal of serving the animals found in Stone County Missouri. We do not currently have an intake facility nor a physical shelter location. We rely on community volunteers and foster homes that open their doors to abandoned and stray animals found in this county. Without an animal control facility and limited options for neighbors who find homeless pets we are trying to fill a gap and be that point of contact for Stone County residents needing assistance with lost, found, or abandoned animals in this specific area. 

Low cost microchips and nail trims

We offer monthly low cost pet microchipping at various locations in Stone County. Follow our Facebook Page for the most up-to-date details on the locations, time, and dates for these opportunities. 

Our monthly nail trim events are in partnership with local groomers in Stone County and all proceeds are used to provide vet care for animals in our foster homes and for the vet care fund, which serves pets in this community. 

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