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Haven Animal Care Shelter hosts holiday donation drive

The Lubbock Haven Animal Care Shelter is hosting a month-long donation drive during the holiday season.

The HACS is asking Lubbock citizens to donate pet supplies in the spirit of the holidays. Donations can be made at the shelter every Saturday from December 1st to December 25th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The items on their wish list include:

Dogs

  • Nylon leashes, at least 1" wide for small/medium/large dogs
  • Nylon collars for small/medium/large dogs
  • Canned food (Pedigree or Alpo- loaf or ground)
  • Dry Food (Any brand)
  • Chew treats (No Jerky)
  • Topical flea/tick treatments- K-9 Advantix, Frontline or Promeris
  • Transportation carriers (medium and large)

Cats

  • Purina Cat Chow- Complete Formula
  • Purina Kitten Chow
  • Canned food (Friskies-must be loaf, 9 Lives, Fancy Feast)
  • Cat Litter (clay, clumping, and pine)
  • Litter Boxes
  • Transportation Carriers

General Supplies

  • Sponge Mops
  • Kitchen-type Brooms
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Bleach
  • Paper Towels
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Gloves- Heavy work gloves for workers and volunteers

Gift Cards

  • Lowe's, Home Depot, Sutherlands, PetSmart, Wal-Mart, United, Target,
  • Tractor Supply, K-Mart, Big Lots

Their shelter is located at 4501 N. FM 1729, in Lubbock. For any questions or to schedule alternate donation times, call (806) 763-0092, email them at havenacs@gmail.com or visit their website: http://www.havenacs.org/.

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