Physical Donations

The animal overpopulation epidemic that the City of Amarillo experiences is absolutely a community problem. We must all work together to help these deserving animals.


Donations: The Animal Management & Welfare Facility and the Amarillo-Panhandle Humane Society are always seeking physical donations of:

  • Bleach
    • Laundry is always being done here at the shelter and we must ensure that it is clean
  • Cat/Kitten food
    • No brand preference but do prefer unopened bags. This helps with cats and kittens that are in foster homes throughout our community.
  • Cat litter
    • No brand preference but do prefer unopened bags. This helps with cats and kittens that are in foster homes throughout our community.
  • Clean blankets
    • Used primarily for the smaller dogs and mother dogs to help them stay warm. Unlike people, dogs and cats don’t have a color preference and don’t mind if they are older, they are just greatful that they have one.
  • Clean towels
    • Used in the grooming of animals and to dry bowels and kennels.
  • Dog food
    • No brand preference but do prefer unopened bags. This helps with cats and kittens that are in foster homes throughout our community.
  • Extra small to extra large kennels
    • New is great but used can be cleaned up. Used to secure an animal that will be saved by a rescue transport. These can also be used by foster homes.
  • Extra carrieres to extra large carriers
    • New is great but used can be cleaned up. Used to secure an animal that will be saved by a rescue transport. These can also be used by foster homes.
  • Laundry detergent
    • Laundry is always being done here at the shelter and we must ensure that it is clean
  • Newspapers
    • They don’t need to be today’s edition but do need to be clean. The newspapers are used to line the cages of the feline kennels.
  • Paper towels
    • Paper towels are used in the cleaning process of the feline kennels. Each kennel takes new paper towels to clean it. This helps to minimize the likely hood of disease transmission.

 

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