Wish List items may be dropped off at the shelter between 8 am and 4 pm Tuesday through Saturday.

Pet Supplies

  • Clean dog and cat beds
  • Cat toys, furry mice, feather balls, catnip
  • Top-open cat carriers
  • Fishing nets of all sizes
  • Dog houses in good condition
  • Heavy-duty double-sided dog dishes
  • Litter pans, 18 ½ x 9
  • Clay kitty litter
  • Ceramic water bowls
  • Leashes of any kind
  • Collars
  • Big, tough chews for our bigger dogs
    • Kong Extreme (the black ones)
    • Nylabone Durachew (Large, XL)

 

Household Items

  • Blankets and quilts, baby or twin size
  • Comforters, sheets and pillowcasesG
  • Work gloves
  • Towels and washcloths
  • Scent free liquid laundry detergent
  • Bleach
  • Fabric softener, dryer sheets
  • Laundry baskets, any size
  • Clorox Clean-up wipes or spray
  • ZipLoc or Gladware containers or bags
  • Paper plates and bowls of all sizes
  • Paper towels
  • D-cell flashlights
  • AA and AAA batteries
  • Newspapers*

 

Office Supplies

  • Postage stamps
  • Binder clips, large and medium
  • Photo paper
  • Printer paper
  • Sticky notes — all sizes
  • Color copy paper or animal designs
  • Pens and highlighters – any color

 

Food and Snacks

  • Friskies or Proplan kitten food, canned
  • Fancy Feast
  • Proplan or Beneful dog or puppy food, canned or dry
  • Pedigree Little Champions
  • Tuna fish in oil)
  • Hot dogs, Spam or Vienna sausage
  • Jars of baby food — chicken only
  • Canned chicken
  • Frozen cooked chicken or turkey
  • Cooked hamburger and rice, call the shelter for cooking directions
  • Special Request – Jars of creamy peanut butter

 

Gift Cards

  • Costco or Sam’s Club
  • Office Depot, Staples or OfficeMax
  • Petco, PetSmart, Pet Supplies Plus
  • Gas cards
  • Deronne True Value Hardware
  • CVS, WalgreensMACS

*In our never-ending effort to utilize our resources as efficiently as possible; we use unfolded newspaper to line the bottom of cages. Please unfold the paper completely then roll it as you would a poster and secure it with a rubber band. This allows us to spend more hands-on time with the animals.