Save leftover fabrics and batting to make simple sewn catnip pouches. Just add a little sprinkle of catnip!
Collect a bunch of clean socks and layer polyfil and light catnip. A chopstick can help to push down the filling so you can add until it feels like a soft pillow. Make sure you have room at the end to tie a knot. You have just made a shelter cat very happy.
Braid 3 strips of fleece or t-shirts.
Take a TP roll, stuff it with Timothy Hay and a couple treats. That's it! Your rabbit or guinea pig will be very happy!
Collect towels, blankets, sheets, pillowcases, and any machine washable fabrics that are cozy for animals to sleep on at the shelter.
Dogs love to chase them and it's a great way for them to stay active.
These “cuddle buddies” provide comfort and warmth for kittens and cats in their cages in a stressful shelter environment.
Students & parents can collect toys, canned food & treats for shelter animals.
Join with animal loving friends and find ways to promote animal compassion
in your community. Encourage your school cafeteria to serve more vegetarian and vegan options.
Have a bake sale or throw a party with proceeds going to purchase toys and treats for your local shelter.
Your donation will help us to bring beds, toys and treats to NYC shelter animals waiting for their forever homes.
Watch this video of AMAZING kids who talk about their love and what they are doing for animals. Co-produced by Pillows for Paws and the YAP Club and created by Branding Shorts.
Kids can make a difference!