Save a rescue – Share a linen

Today’s opportunity I will keep short and sweet.

The Petsmart in my community is made up of a unique group of folks. Over the last several years under new management, they have been a blessing, not just to me but to the community as well.

I recently had a conversation with the manager of the store about their ongoing efforts to do what they can to support the rescues and other organizations – not just in our community, but in other parts of Georgia as well.

This morning as I dropped off my pup for Day Camp, I ran into the manager and as we were chatting, she mentioned to me that right now, they are partnered with some other folks to help out a rescue that is in dire need in Fitzgerald, Georgia. She shared with me that donations are always helpful. There are other things we can do to assist as well – for instance, she mentioned that old linens would be a wonderful help. However Fitzgerald, Ga is not the only rescue that could use help – many shelters are in great need and could benefit from our kindness. 

So I have asked her if I can share the need and encourage you to help.

If all you have is just one old towel or sheet that would be greatly appreciated. And if several of us or more wanted to do this, we could be an even bigger part of supporting a shelter. In this case, due to the great need in Fitzgerald, the linens and other donations will be helping them.

The Petsmart in my community at 3630 Peachtree Pkwy, Suwanee, Georgia 30024 has offered to accept any linen you might want to donate at the front check out stations (you don’t even have to go that far into the store). If this location is not convenient for you, why don’t you reach out to the animal rescues and even the Petsmarts in your area – I’m sure they need could use some support in a variety of ways and I’m willing to bet old linens would be on their lists as well.


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