Tahlequah Daily Press

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November 11, 2013

HSCC hosting Shelter Supply Drive this month

TAHLEQUAH — The Humane Society of Cherokee County is holding its Annual November Shelter Supply Drive.

Donate supplies in the tubs provided for our shelter animals at the following locations:  PetSense, Reasor’s, BancFirst in Wal-Mart, and at the Humane Society’s Resale Shop across from Cherokee Nation.

High on the list of needed items is high-quality dog and cat food – dry and pop-top cans.

Gas cards are needed for adoption transport, as well as gift cards from Reasor’s, PetSense, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Tractor Supply, Lowe’s, and Atwoods for a variety of necessities.

Those include paper towels, 13- and 30-gallon trash bags, canned goat milk, Simple Green, plastic gloves, laundry detergent, bleach, hand soap and sanitizer, mops, brooms, a step ladder, wheelbarrow, rakes, flat shovels, tarps, zip-close bags, light bulbs, zip ties, hammers, pliers, screw drivers, envelopes, copy paper, stamps, notepads, labels, retractable ball-point pens, tape, etc.

Also needed are medical supplies including antibiotic cream, betadine, Revolution Flea Drops and Profender Drops for dogs and cats.

Go to the HSCC website for a full list of needs – www.humanecherokeecounty.org. Monetary donations are always appreciated and can be sent to: HSCC, P.O. Box 1354, Tahlequah, Okla. 74465. Donations can also be given by a variety of methods including PayPal via the link on the website.

For more information call (918) 457-0622, leave a message at the shelter at (918) 457-7997 or call the Resale Shop at (918) 458-1147.

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