How You Can Help?

Volunteer

Whether you want to walk a dog, brush a cat, do laundry, or answer a phone, we accept volunteers year long. We need you for everything!

Download an application or pick one up at the shelter. Volunteers require an orientation, must sign a waiver of liability, and be 18 yrs of age.  Orientations are held every first and third Sundays of the month at one o’clock. Bring your application with you at the time of orientation.

Application Download

Donate

Any of these donations are appreciated and although we open at noon, donations can be dropped off at anytime for your convenience.

Please advised we no longer will accept news papers and shredded paper!!

  • Canned Dog/Cat Food
  • Canned Puppy/Kitten Food
  • Non-scoopable Cat Litter
  • Towels and Blankets
  • Dog and Cat Carriers
  • Dog Crates
  • Bleach/Detergeant
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Collars and Leashes
  • Latex Gloves
  • Old Blankets & Towels
  • Paper Towels
  • Flea Treatment (frontline, bio spot, etc.)
  • Have a Heart Traps
  • Office Supplies
  • Replacement Milk (Esbilac or KMR please)
  • Heating Pads
  • Dog/Cat Beds – used is fine
  • Anything Animal Related Will Be Accepted & Appreciated

Monetary Donations Always Appreciated.

( Donations can also be walked in or mailed to us. )

 

Sponsor a Kennel

You can sponsor a kennel or cat cage. It will be yours to care for whatever animal is in it for a period of time. Choose a cat cage or dog kennel and make donations that go specifically to that animal for a 6mo or 1 yr period. You may also sponsor the adoption for this animal.

Sponsor an Adoption

Choose an animal, preferably one that has been at the shelter for a while, and pay for that animal’s adoption fee. This will be made known to a potential adopter and will increase the chances of adoption for this animal. Your adoption fee will also cover the spaying and neutering of the animal if it has not already been done.

Foster an Animal

Fostering an animal in your home is not only a great way to be part of finding a home for a shelter animal, but it is also a great way to relieve the stress of an animal in a shelter environment. It also opens space at the shelter for more animals in need. You will bring the animal into your home as a foster parent. The animal will remain posted on our adoption website as always, but you become an advocate for the animal as well. Family, friends, and advertisement, such as homemade posters, and bringing them to offsite  adoption events are some ways you can become an advocate. Remember, choosing an animal that has been at the shelter for a while is always advantageous.