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Animal Shelter Wish List

by PetFirst Pet Insurance
3 years ago

We’re proud to partner with animal shelters across the country to find furever homes for our furry friends. When you adopt a pet from one of our partner shelters, we’ll provide 30 days of pet insurance coverage for your new family member. But there are lots of ways that you can help your local animal shelter this week even if you don’t have room to bring home a new pet! Consider donating some much-needed items from this wish list to your local shelter to show how much you appreciate what they do for your community.

Creature Comforts

  • Blankets, sheets, towels, pet beds and comforters (clean, gently used)
  • Heating pads
  • Interactive DVDs for dogs
  • Bandana fabric and dog hair bows
  • Paper towel and toilet paper rolls (to make enrichment toys for pets)
  • Beds

Cats

  • Cat food (dry and canned)
  • Cat litter (non-clumping)
  • Uncovered plastic litter boxes
  • Cat toys, including pipe cleaners, cat wands, feathers and paper bags
  • Cat tunnels
  • Cat nail clippers
  • Scratching posts
  • Kitten bottles/nipples and formula
  • Wild bird seed (kitties love to watch the birds eat!)
  • Disposable litter boxes

Dogs

  • Dog crates (large plastic and wire)
  • Dog food
  • Dog toys and chewies=
  • Dog treats(most shelters prefer soft treats)
  • Puppy training pads
  • Dog/Puppy gates
  • Leashes and collars
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Bleach
  • Laundry detergent
  • Disinfectant and multi-purpose cleaner
  • Paper towels
  • Disposable non-skid shoe covers/booties
  • Disposable gloves
  • Mesh laundry bags

Other

  • Digital cameras (new and gently used)
  • New or gently used laptop or desktop computer
  • Two-way radio /walkie-talkie set to streamline communication within the shelter
  • Step ladders and stools
  • Zip-close sandwich bags
  • Zip-close one gallon bags
  • Grocery bags
  • Gift cards to local pet supply store

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