Animal groups in need of donations

posted March 5th, 2014 by
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Two Tulsa animal welfare groups have recently asked for the public’s help.

The Humane Society of Tulsa on Wednesday pulled more than 100 animals from a puppy mill. On its Facebook page, the group posted the following:

We are going to need LOTS of supplies and adopters with big hearts due to the fact that many ofthese angels are senior pets. 

If you would like to donate, please check out our Amazon Wish List at http://tinyurl.com/onsthob and they will deliver the supplies right to our door. We will be taking cash donations this weekend at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show.

WING IT, Tulsa’s wildlife group, has recently been inundated with more than 50 baby squirrels as a result of high winds and tree trimmers knocking down nest. The group posted the following request on its Facebook page:

We are in desperate need of two items to continue to raise these babies. If any of you happen to have either item at home and would consider donating it, or if any of you might be able to pick either item up and drop it off at Forest Trails Animal Hospital, we would forever be grateful.

These are the two items we so desperately need:

1) CVS- brand Heating Pad, Moist/Dry Heat, standard size, 
with 3 heat settings – $16.99 

2) Mainstays Digital Kitchen Scale – Walmart $18.97

Of course, any heating pad that doesn’t shut off (most have a two hour max, then automatically shut off) or any small kitchen/postal scale would work (if it weighs in grams, that would be perfect!). 

If any of you are inclined to help, and could drop of either of the above items at Forest Trails Animal Hospital at 101st and Sheridan, we would be so appreciative….as would the tiny, wild ones.

Let’s support our rescue workers who are so generous with their own time and resources and help them get what they need. Thanks in advance, Tulsa!

-Lauren Cavagnolo, [email protected]

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