Shelters can be a mess. Housing dozens of animals requires cleaning supplies to keep the area safe and healthy. These costs add up, and helping with cleaning expenses can be really helpful
Shelter animals deserve treats too. Training and rewarding requires treats in order to promote good and "adoptable" behavior in the shelter animals. Healthy treats are expensive, and are always welcomed at shelters.
Medications for animals is just as expensive as medications for people. Shelters and adopters have to provide medications to their animals and do so at a high cost. We want to help lower the burden.
Cats need bathrooms, and shelters need sanitation. Help keep a shelter clean by allowing us to contribute to a shelter with cat litter.
Leashes and Collars
Every dog needs a collar, and every dog needs a leash to be walked.
Perhaps the most basic necessity, food is something that shelters spend significant money on. Feeding 30 hungry mouthes is never easy, and food is always a high priority on shelter give lists.