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Harry and Hanley Statues Popping Up Around St. Louis

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(KTVI) - You'll soon be seeing dogs and cats popping up all over the St. Louis area. More specifically, you'll see 20 dog statues named "Harry" and and cat statues names "Hanley."

They were custom designed by some of St. Louis' leading artists. It's all part of the "Harry and Hanley" fundraising project for the Animal Protective Association, APA.

The statues were originally created by renowned local  sculptor Harry Weber.  Steve Kaufman from the APA explains.

List of locations:
Kirkwood Train Station (dog statue entitled "Hanley" by artist Mary Nasser)
Mister Guy Clothiers, 9817 Clayton Road, Ladue  (dog statue entitled "Flight" by artist Viki Diedrich)
Bland, Cari - 9 Lives (cat) - Maryland Plaza
Boschert, Serena - Blue (dog) - Blueberry Hill
Carter, Carol - Take Me Home (cat) - The  Boulevard St. Louis
Culler, Thomas - Rusty (dog) - APA headquarters on Hanley
Diedrich, Viki - Flight (dog) - Mister Guy Clothiers in Ladue
Downs, Craig - Stan Meowsial (cat) - Miracle Field in Chesterfield

Find more locations by visiting Harry And

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