10 Easy Ways To Help Your Local Shelter That Don’t Involve Extra Money.

8. Get Crafty!

Making fleece tie blankets is a fun, easy, and relatively inexpensive way to keep kids busy. An even bigger benefit is that they make great bedding for shelters! And you don’t even have to know how to sew. Not sure how to make one? An internet search of “Fleece Tie Blanket” will bring up tons of tutorials. You can also create toys and bedding using old pieces of clothing. Get crafting!

7. Transport Animals

If you have a car and some extra time, then this one is really easy! Lots of shelters need reliable drivers to transport animals to and from vet appointments, and to transfer pets between rescue facilities. By providing your vehicle and time, you will help save a pet’s life, as well as allow the other shelter workers to focus their valuable time elsewhere.

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6. Do Your Holiday Shopping Through A Charitable Organization!

Are you familiar with the saying “you can’t have your cake and eat it too”? Well, when you shop at The Animal Rescue Site – you actually can! When you purchase items through GreaterGood.com, you are helping shelter animals by providing food and care for a rescued animal living in a shelter or a sanctuary. Each click on the purple Click Here to Give – it’s Free button at The Animal Rescue Site and every purchase through The Animal Rescue Site store provides food and care for shelter animals across the country – at no extra cost to you!

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Provide food and vital supplies to shelter pets at The Animal Rescue Site for free!