Thank you for considering a donation to the Etobicoke Humane Society!
Our wish list contains items that our shelter currently needs, from litter to gift cards and everything in between.
High priority items are in bold.
If you are interested in donating one or more of the following items, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a drop off time.
Our shelter is run by volunteers so coordination will allow us to find a time convenient for you!
We also accept items for raffle prizes for our fundraisers – our primary source of funding for our shelter.
- Pet Valu
- Canadian Tire
- Feliway spray and refills - plug ins
- Litter (non clumping and Clumping)
- large litter boxes
- Full or empty 7kg litter tubs (for foster use)
- Small scratching posts
- Dog: Martingale collars (Small, Medium and Large)
- Easy Walk Harnesses (Medium, Large and Small)
- Dog: Belt leashes for walking (smoochy poochy)
- Dog Toys (eg. kongs)
- Biodegradable poop bags
- Pet barrier or hammock for vehicles (for volunteers to safely transport dogs to vet appointments)
- Royal Canin Urinary SO (only available through vet clinics)
- Dogs - canned pumpkin puree
- JD Science Diet Food
- Cats – Iams Purrfect Delight Chicken Pate
- Cats – Dry food - Purina Pro Plan- small and large bags
- CATS - Royal Canin KITTEN or Mom and Babycat
- Picnic Table and/or Park Benches
- Cat exercise wheel
Shelter Supplies (on-going):
- Pet friendly ice melter
- Lint rollers
- Liquid hand soap
- dryer sheets
- Paper towels & Toilet paper
- Prevail (formerly Accel - Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide) – available at local vets
- Bottle brushes
- Ziploc bags (Small and Large)
- XL Rubbermaid storage bins
- Bird Seed
- High Efficiency Liquid Laundry detergent
Items We Cannot Accept at This Time:
For various reasons the least of which is we have limited storage space, these items we cannot accept.
- Scarves (too easy for an animal to get tangled up)
- Large dog beds (they won’t fit in our washing machine)
- Retractable leashes (dangerous for our dogs and our volunteers’ legs)
- Open food (we can’t confirm cross-contamination)
- Crates, cages or carriers (we have minimal storage)
- Open medication
- Open bags of food
- Soft or stuffed dog toys (our dogs often rip them apart becoming a choking hazard)
- Used dishes or scratching posts (often cannot be properly disinfected)
- Fitted sheets (our animals get tangled in the elastic corners)
- Towels (we have more than enough at the moment)