Pet Helpers Paw Talk: What do you bring to a kitten shower?

Finn the dog
Finn is ready to find his permanent home!

by Catherine Forester

Finn is ready for Summer! Finn has the heart for adventure and is anxiously waiting for the perfect adventure partner. He is quick and eager to jump in the car and take a ride. He enjoys the outdoors and would make the perfect partner for laid back days fishing or he can be quick to step up for a hike or a run.

He loves having his chest rubbed and has a very loyal disposition to all of us who love him. Come meet Finn today and we promise you will fall in love!

Cooper River Bridge Run

The Cooper River Bridge Run is here and Pet Helpers is thankful for the opportunity to be a part and a helping hand in so many ways. We are also incredibly thankful to be the only animal shelter in Charleston benefiting from this event. If you are interested in volunteering please reach out to our community outreach and volunteer manager, Kendall, at ksnead@pethelpers.org.

Bridge runnersYou are invited to Pet Helpers 1st Annual Kitten Shower!

It is that time of year again! Kitten and puppies will be falling like rain at our animal shelter and we need more foster parents to join us in saving more lives.  Please join us April 22nd for our 1st Annual Kitten Shower and learn how to care for the kittens and puppies that need a safe place out of the shelter until they are ready for adoption.

Please help us collect critical items we need to be prepared for kitten season. We ask that you please bring one of the following donations from our wishlist. We even included some things for the puppies!

  • kitten shower flyerKMR (kitten milk replacer) cans and powder
  • Heating discs and covers
  • Unscented baby wipes
  • Small blankets/bedding
  • Science Diet kitten dry food
  • RC Kitten wet and dry
  • Kitten bottles & nipples
  • Small cat toys
  • Gauze pads & cotton balls
  • Gram scales
  • Small litter boxes with scoops
  • Digital thermometers
  • Karo syrup

Catherine Forester is the Pet Helpers Correspondent for the Bugle. She is the Marketing and Graphics Manager at Pet Helpers.

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