Thursday, November 29, 2012

Local Animal Shelters Need Your Help

With the recent impact of Hurricane Sandy, and the holiday season among us, the local animal shelters are in need of donations. Morris K9 Campus is currently holding a Pet Food Drive, in the lobby, until December 14th.

Your donations will be going to local shelters and rescue groups that have felt the negative impacts of Hurricane Sandy. These shelters are in need of critical supplies for the animals they currently have as well as the ones they hope to help during this holiday season. Donations will be distributed to them during the last two weeks in December.

Noah’s Ark

This shelter suffered a 12-day power loss, which also left them without running water for that time. They are now up and running again, however they are still in need of donations.

Eleventh Hour Rescue

They are glad to report that all of their animals made it safe through the storm, including both shelter and foster dogs. The shelter did not have hot water during the storm. They are seeking food donations for both dog and cats.

Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter

This nonprofit is seeking donations for their cats. According to their Facebook page, they are in great need of, clean large towels, snoozy small cat bumper beds, fleece throws/blankets, as well as non-clumping cat litter and cat toys.

Randolph Animal Pound

This pound is in need of the following items: dog runs and rabbit hutches are needed so that we can help rescue more rabbits, blankets and small rugs, used clean ones are fine, as well as toys for cats and dogs.

Purrfect Pals, Inc.

Purrfect Pals, Inc. is a cat rescue located in East Hanover, NJ. At the current time, both kitty litter and cat food is appreciated.

So stop by and drop off donations, bins are located in the lobby. Any donation will help these animals in need.

We are kindly asking for:

Dog and Cat Food (Canned or Dry)

Scoopable Litter

Kitten and Puppy Food (Canned)

As well as the items that specific shelters have requested.

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