Urgently Needed Items
- $5 and $10 gift cards to Target, Walmart, PetSmart, Lowe's, Staples, Ithaca Agway, Ithaca Grain & Pet Supply or Amazon - all of these help us make a dent in our enormous need for supplies!
- Large and X-Large Kongs (black, extra tough style)
- Large hard rubber dog toys
- Cat collars
- Kitten nursing bottles
- SnuggleSafe heat discs
- Squeeze/Spray Cheese
- Cat toys - all kinds
- Canned Pate Style Cat Food
- Kitten Chow
- Canned Dog Food
- Soft/Chewy Dog Treats
- Paper Towels
- Laundry Soap
- Copy Paper
- Fine Point Dry Erase Markers
- Cat Wand Toys (esp. "Da Bird")
- Cat Wand Toys "Da Bird" replacement attachments
- (Please no carpet cat trees)
- 9-volt batteries (for microhip scanners - regular or rechargeable)
- Kuranda Beds (L, XL)
- Mesh Dog Harnesses
- Sense-ible Dog Harnesses (L & XL)
- Easy Walk Dog Harnesses ( L & XL)
- Swheat Scoop Kitty Litter
- File Storage Totes
- Digital Baby Scales
- 13 Gallon Trash Bags
- Hand Sanitizer
- Medium (10" - 16") Dog Collars
- Plastic Crates and Shelving for Kitty Perches
- Lint Rollers (for surgery garb)
- Latex Gloves (M & L, unpowdered)
- Towels and Washcloths
- 16 and 32 Ounce Spray Bottles
- Mozzarella Sticks (low fat, for dog training)
- Gentle Leaders (M, L)
- Postage Stamps
- D.A.P. Collars for Dogs
- Feliway Refills
Click here for our complete wish list!
With lots of pets needing care, there are LOTS of ways you can help us. Many of the items below are linked to samples for reference. Everything can be found locally or on our Amazon.com wish list!
We recommend Hill's® Science Diet® Pet Food
Makers of Cat Attract
Thank you PetMeds for your generous donation!
The youth in Tompkins County contribute a lot for the animals at the SPCA!
For birthdays, holidays, and other gift-giving occasions, youth can ask friends and family to make monetary or in-kind donations to the SPCA of Tompkins County in his or her honor in lieu of gifts. Please see our wish list of needed items, or visit our online donation page by clicking HERE.
Tia Bernagozzi (above) raised $300 for the SPCA in December 2009 and several gifts were made in her honor after the following letter to the editor was published in the Ithaca Journal on December 16, 2009:
Help Animals Instead!
Dear Kids of Ithaca,
Instead of asking for presents this year, I am trying to raise $200 for the SPCA. The SPCA really needs all kinds of supplies to take care of all the animals. Also, the money will help with paying for veterinary bills. Looking around my room, I sure don't need any presents - but the animals at the SPCA really do. Tell your friends and family to give to the SPCA instead of presents for you this year. If you want to, look at www.spcaonline.com to look at all the dogs and cats who need your help.
Last Updated on Monday, 12 April 2010 19:51