SPCA shares their ‘Wish List’

Campbell River SPCA is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for donation drop off

The Campbell River SPCA expresses their warmest holiday wishes to all of their supporters who, every day, show their kindness to the animals they help and speak for when they are unable to speak for themselves.

As the holidays approach, the SPCA is often asked how how people can help the animals and the shelter, so they posted a Wish List on Facebook.

“We greatly appreciate your generosity all through the year, and could not be here without you,” the Facebook post says.

The Campbell River SPCA is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for donation drop off. They are looking especially for the following:

 

  • Wood stove pellets (used for litter)
  • Cash donations (used for operational costs such as medical bills, staffing, etc.)
  • Liquid laundry soap for front-loading machines
  • Paper towel
  • Hand soap
  • Dishwasher soap
  • Window cleaner
  • Lavender Pine-Sol
  • Blankets/towels
  • Canned cat and dog food (preferable Science Diet)
  • Cat toys/dog toys (Kongs)
  • Volunteers for their fundraising committee

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