Who Rescued Who? Randy’s Rescue Ranch comes to O’Fallon

BY REBECCA BUGGER
WEEKLY REPORTER

 

Left: Randy Grim and O’Fallon resident Melissa Muskopf pose with Forrest, a young donkey rescued from Hurricane Harvey.
Right: Mary, 10 years young, is one of the current residents of the Panda House. After her owners passed away, she was rescued and is looking for a forever home.
(O’Fallon Weekly Photos by Rebecca Bugger)

For years, Randy Grim was a staple of the St. Louis community, known as the “man who talks to dogs” and when it came to saving stray, endangered or injured animals, he was the one to go to.

With his mother by his side, Randy formed Stray Rescue in 1998, and to date the nonprofit has saved thousands of animals’ lives. In fact, Stray Rescue now has more than 60 staff members, 1,000 volunteers and 300 foster families that are dedicated to the mission that Randy is so passionate about.  But in the back of his mind, Randy always knew that he had an even bigger dream.

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