Paws and Give Thanks 2016

For the past three years the student members of USITT, United States Institute of Theatre Technology, have worked hard to support local animal care facilities.  Mr. Shurr, faculty member and Director of the Theater Department of Reedy High School is spear-heading their efforts again this year.

 

Collin County Animal Services will be the recipient of USITT’s annual Paws And Give Thanks collection of non-monetary donations.  Kroger has been kind enough to permit use of their facility, and we at LazyPaw Animal Hospitals are happy to support their efforts and store these items until transport to Collin County Animal Services. Most shelters do not have it within their budget to purchase enrichment items such as toys and treats so these items are high on their ask list.

image

The Frisco High School USITT students will be outside of the Kroger on Lebanon and Legacy on this Saturday, November 19, 2016 from 10-2 where interested parties may drop off or purchase an item and donate it on that same day as well as in clinic.

 

A few requested items are as follows:

Toys appropriate for both dogs (large and small breeds) and cats

Dog Food

Cat Food

Cat Litter

Bedding

Treats

Dr. Julaine Hunter

« LazyTales Blog

Show Buttons
Hide Buttons