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Supplies Still Needed!

AnSams rescued these 12 puppies and their momma from a public shelter on Thursday.

Thanks to everyone who has responded and donated puppy formula and pet carriers! We are using every donation we’ve received! But we still need more items. With the growth of our pet foster program, we need more puppy formula to bottle feed newborn puppies. Unfortunately, cows milk is not healthy for infant dogs and cats.  Most pet stores carry kitten and puppy formula.We also need pet carriers to transport homeless dogs and cats to and from our animal shelter and foster care.

If you would like to donate a pet carrier or puppy formula to Animal Samaritans, you can bring items to our animal shelter in Thousand Palms: 72-307 Ramon Road. Thanks for helping! The shelter is open Tuesday – Friday, from 9am – 4:30pm, and Saturday from 9:30am – 3:30pm

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