Concern for Animals seeks donations for pets

OlympianDecember 9, 2013 

Concern for Animals is finding demands on its pet food bank higher than usual this year. The group helps financially challenged families feed their pets and keep them at home.

TONY OVERMAN; STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER

Concern for Animals is finding demands on its pet food bank higher than usual this year. The group helps financially challenged families feed their pets and keep them at home.


The group needs dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pig and bird food; cat litter, beds, blankets and towels in good condition; pet toys, usuable dog house, carriers and crates, leashes and collars and chicken food. Also, gift cards to any outlet that sells pet food and supplies.

To make arrangements to drop off any of these supplies, call 360-456-8176 or visit Score Used Sports Store, Fluffy and Floyds, Les Schwab - Lacey, Ricks Automotive, Anytime Fitness- Lacey, Olympia Veterinary Cancer Center or The Dog House, Tenino.

For more information or to make a cash donation visit www.concernforanimals.org

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