Hocky Stick Auction

Whether you’re a dog fan

or a cat fan,

Everyone’s a St Louis Blues fan!!!  The St. Louis Blues love animals and have donated a souvenir hockey stick autographed by Blues player Alexander Steen.  We are auctioning it off to help fund our Rescue Education fund for The Rainbow Ranch Project.  The bidding has been started at  $100.00 and can be bid in $20.00 pledges  at rainbowranch@earthlink.net with an e-mail, your name and phone number.  It comes with a certificate of authenticity and is an actual autograph.  The bidding will stop when the Blues win the Stanley cup (I hope) Thank you St Louis Blues.  This money will help with education materials for schools, scouts, 4-H and church groups.  As well as educating the community about neuter/spay programs,  feral cat programs and pet care in general.
Thanks to Alexander Steen and the whole Blues franchise.

Go Blues!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Rainbow Ranch Project -Rescue Education – Resource  e-mail -rainbowranch@earthlink.net -website -recyclingrover.com -phone 636-274-3385
A 501c3 non-profit    Striving to help all Rescues and Educate the community


Laughter IS the Best Medicine!

We don’t get out much, but were treated to a evening of comedy at the Sheldon with Paula Poundstone.  Here  we are after the show hanging with fellow cat  lover and friend, Paula, after a stellar performance.  It is true laughter is the best medicine!!!!!



Coming Up!

April 4, 2015 Some Bunny loves you!!!!

Join us at Head to Tail Pet Supply at 1692 Gravois road , High Ridge Mo.63049
(just past Gravois Bluffs shopping area)
Bunnies and Guinea Pigs for adoption to loving homes
12:00 till 3:00
Call 636-692-4581 or 636-274-3385 for more information


Grace and Sawyer

This is our wonderful young volunteer Grace and the cat that choose her. A couple of years ago Sawyer came in as a tiny sick kitten .Grace and her family come every week to volunteer .Grace would come in always every week to visit kittens.  She formed a bond with this tiny blue guy and called him Sawyer.  As Sawyer grew and got well he was ready for adoption (but Grace’s dad wasn’t ready for another cat) Every week when Grace walked  through the door Sawyer ran to her ! I never did put Sawyer up on the adoption site, I had faith in Grace and she finally talked her dad into letting her bring her little blue kitten friend home.  I guess for Grace and Sawyer it was love at first sight.  Here they are two years later studying Greek together.  Some friendships never change.  Thank you Grace for letting Sawyer choose you.


Today when visiting our friend Connie ,she told me our friend Hank the goose (in fact all her geese and ducks) were killed by fox when her pond froze over .Before he was adopted Hank spent a couple of years at Rainbow Ranch .His best buddy was Chris Dalton one of our most loyal and best volunteers.Hank went 2 years ago to live with a flock of girl geese and to a home with a pond.

R.I.P. my friend. You will be dearly missed and always remembered!

We will all miss you Hank , and think of you every time we use the water pump you so loved to call your own at your time here at the ranch.




We lost a good friend and one of my top dog models early this morning Duncan my wheaten terrier. He went out to potty at about 3:00 a.m. this morning and was dead in his bed at 7:30am when i got up .He did hundreds of still shots and ads in his modeling career .Most times for Beneful brand dog food. But here he will always be Duncan Donut our boy ,recued as a puppy with a hole in his heart and later in life he developed a chronic ear problem he was always a trooper. I will miss his big wet nose and wagging stump everyday .To make a donation in Duncan’s memory go to paypal at recyclingrover.com or mail to Rainbow Ranch Project, box 209 ,Morse Mill Mo. 63066


Ranch Wish List:

Dry cat food
scooping type cat litter
payment towards feed bill at Windy Hill supply -636-285-
payment on vet bills Animal Clinic -636-285-3621
money for education materials


thanks for considering