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BigThief wrote

Food and litter is always welcome. But, always best to call and ask. Some shelters receive fantastic support or donations that lock them in on what they can spend. A shelter may receive a grant that allows them to only use the money on food so they have zero need for food and if anything it will be a hindrance because it is more material to store and manage with little real value for the shelter.


Tastybiscuits wrote

Flea meds. Depending on the area you live in they should be super easy to swipe (most places local to me just have them out in the open.) They are also easy to resell for good money. Which honestly, I think money is probably what they would prefer most. Either that or your time. Possibly temporary foster homes for pets that are unable to stay within the shelters (severe prior abuse/anxiety/aggression/dominance/medical issues) When people lose pets they often donate whatever they have left over, so I’m sure they have plenty of basic supplies for the most part.

You can also call & ask them directly. I don’t think they would have a problem telling you what they are in need of.