Every year, we help around 200 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens find love and comfort with adoptive families. Our rescue efforts are focused in the Greater Lafayette area, where we are able to help many local individuals by accepting strays and owner surrenders.
The support of our community plays a key role in allowing us to help these pets. Since we are a small shelter and receive no government or statewide funding, your support is vital to our continued efforts as we save as many homeless pets as possible.
Want to contribute toward the care of the dogs and cats here at the shelter? Scroll down to learn about ways that you can help!
Consider making a one-time donation or becoming a monthly donor. We have many monthly expenses, including utilities, specific types of food for the shelter pets, vet bills (both expected and unexpected), and more. Whether you can donate $5 or $50, one time or monthly, your support matters and we are greatly appreciative!
Hills Science Diet food for dogs and puppies
Hills Science Diet food for cats and kittens
Towels and pet bedding (blankets, Kuranda raised pet beds, etc.)*
Cat litter. Clumping ONLY.
Cleaning supplies (bleach, HE laundry soap, Clorox wipes, paper towels, plastic bags, trash bags)
Office supplies (plain printing paper, Epson T252XL120 DURABrite Ultra Black High Capacity Cartridge printing ink)
*Towels and pet bedding can be donated new or in good condition (no large holes or major tears).
Soft or crunchy dog treats (Himalayan Dog Chews are especially enjoyed by the dogs; NO RAWHIDES)
Temptations cat treats
Pet toys (durable toys for dogs; for cats, balls with bells and feathery toys)*
*Toys can be donated new or in gently used condition.
Places to Order
We have wishlists on Amazon and Chewy!
If you prefer to shop locally and bring donations to the shelter, please contact us to schedule a drop-off time.
Items that we DO NOT accept include non-clumping cat litter, open bags of pet food or treats that are past their expiration date, rawhides, torn or excessively used pet toys, heavily stained towels or blankets, towels or blankets that have large holes or major tears, and mattresses.