Humane Society of Henderson Co. has busy weekend planned! | Events
The Henderson County Humane Society needs your help in their continual effort to help save homeless animals' lives.
They said, "We will have the Henderson County Humane Society van at Sam's in Tyler Saturday April 7th from 3 to 4 pm if anyone would like to donate to help us build our new Puppy and Kitten Nursery."
Also, we are in great need of Pedigree Puppy food both dry and canned. Of course, if someone is doing spring cleaning and have any of the things on our wish list they would like to donate they can drop it off with us."
We also have a Champagne Brunch Fashion show that we would like to announce..... all the proceeds go to the building of the nursery. Tickets will be available at Sams at our van on Saturday."
Please help these wonderful folks as they work to protect animals in East Texas. They do a wonderful job, but they can't keep doing it without the community's support.
Contact the shelter by phone at (903)677-7387 for more information.
Shelter needs list:
*Puppy formula (this time of year when litters coming in)
*Kitten formula (this time of year when litters coming in)
*puppy bottles (this time of year when litters coming in)
*kitten bottles (this time of year when litters coming in)
•13 Gallon Kitchen Bags
•Bedding of Any Kind
•Black and Color Ink Cartridge for HP Deskjet D2545
•Canned Cat Food (ground type only)
•Collars and Leashes of any size
•Frontline Plus for Any Size
•Large Trash Bags (at least 2 mil. Thickness)
•Laser Printer Cartridge 12A for HP Laser Jet 1020
•Liquid Laundry Soap
•Old or New Towels
•Small Sharp Scissors
•Vienna Sausages (Libby Brand for giving medication)
•White 20 lb 8 1/2 x 11 Paper
•White Rice (we cook 2 crock pots a day)
•Zip Lock Freezer Bags (quart size)
**and of course you can make donations for our new Puppy and Kitten Nursery.
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