We depend on your donations to help the dogs and cats in our care. We can use all pet-care related items, even those not listed below. Donations may be new, or used in good condition. You are welcome to drop off donations at the shelter any time during our regular business hours. And while you’re here, we invite you to say hello to the dogs and cats!


Thank you for your support!


For more information about our wishlist, or if you would like to make a special donation, please contact the shelter.


Phone: (978) 443-6990


Most Needed Items:

  • Martingale collars, in medium and small [examples]

  • Bleach

  • Non-clumping, clay cat litter

  • Canned cat food (any brand or variety but preferably not shredded type)

  • Cardboard filing boxes (bankers boxes) 

Gift Cards:

We can always use gift certificates from the following stores to purchase shelter supplies.


  • Staples, Target, Walmart

  • Ocean State Job Lot

  • Home Depot, Lowe’s

  • B.J.’S Wholesale Club

  • Pet Edge (http://www.petedge.com)

  • Petco, PetSmart

  • Amazon

  • Home Goods (they have great pet supplies)

For the Cats and Kittens:

  • Non-clumping, clay cat litter

  • Science Diet dry food 

  • Soft cat toys like toy mice


For the Dogs and Puppies:

  • Bully sticks, dehydrated chicken jerky for dogs (made in the USA) 

  • Hot dogs

  • Science Diet dry food

  • Sturdy leashes with padded handles

For the Staff:

  • Laminating sheets [example

  • Bleach

  • Standard white printer paper

  • Yellow and blue copy paper

  • Clorox Fusion cleaning spray

  • Rubbing alcohol

  • Dish soap and dish sponges

Special donations:

We appreciate monetary donations to support our shelter animals. Please call the shelter for more information. Your donations will be used to support the following programs:

  • Routine veterinary care supplies (vaccines, flea & tick preventative, heartworm preventative, medications)

  • Veterinary care for animals with special medical needs

The Kuranda ShelterBeds Donation Program

Click here to donate a bed for our shelter guests