TNR Wish List
Trap Neuter Return Wish List
Helping free roaming kitties takes a lot of time and effort. We appreciate your support and donations of the following:
•Canned cat food
•Premium dry cat food. Kitten food is best.
•Dog houses or igloos
•Sheets (to cover the traps and reduce stress)
•Canned sardines or tuna (to help attract cats)
•Shelter building supplies
Shelter Building Supplies:
•Nashua multi-purpose aluminum foil tape. Available at Home Depot in the dryer duct section for $8 a roll; Model # 3220020500, Home Depot Store SKU # 915245.
•X-Large styrofoam cooler boxes – Just like fish shipment boxes or those used to ship supplies to hospitals. The best sources are large chain pet shops (like PetSmart), veterinary hospitals and human hospitals. Interior measurements of coolers should be an absolute minimum of 14 inches high, resting surface of 18 inches wide by 18 inches and 1 inch thick. The bigger and thicker the better!
•In lieu of styrofoam coolers, heavy duty plastic storage tubs: two heavy duty storage bins that fit inside of each other with plenty of room for insulation between the two (on all sides and the top). Smaller of the two should be at least an 18 gallon. Outer container preferably should be Rubbermaid – won’t crack in cold weather.
•Straw (NOT hay).
•Reflectix mylar insulation – Found at Home Depot in the insulation department.
Consider making a financial donation. Please click below to donate.
or mail your check or money order to:
All About Animals Rescue
23451 Pinewood Street
Warren, MI 48091
Legal Designation: All About Animals Rescue, a nonprofit charitable corporation organized under the laws of the State of Michigan, with the business address of 23451 Pinewood St., Warren, MI 48091
Tax ID: Our tax identification # is 20-3006686
Date of Incorporation: September 30, 2005. All About Animals Rescue is tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
How Else Can I Help?
We need help in the following areas:
•Transport of the cats before and after surgery
•Building shelters for outside cats
•Towels/sheets to cover traps
•Recovery – keeping the cats for a few days while they recover
•Cutting up sheets and sewing them to make trap covers
•Rotating days with a care taker to feed a colony
Please email us at email@example.com if you are interested in any or all of these volunteer opportunities!