(WALA) - Pet Supplies Plus, located at 803 Hillcrest Road, is collecting monetary and other donations. Anyone interested can come that store and make a donation.
From the Animal Rescue Foundation: If you would like to donate to the Summerdale relief efforts, you can bring supplies to the ARFange Friday, January 27 from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Supplies needed are: dog and cat food, cleaning supplies (anything you can think of to clean with), blankets, first aid items and items for comfort (treats, toys, etc). This is a disaster situation. EVERYTHING is needed. No donation is too small.
Donations can be made to the Baldwin County Humane Society. You can donate online here or mail your donation to:
The Baldwin County Humane Society (BARC)
P.O. Box 206
Fairhope, Ala. 36533
The Eric Pullen Agency - Farmers Insurance located at 2718 Dauphin St. in Mobile will be collecting donations of all sorts to be given to the Summerdale animals! You can contact them at 251-479-6132 with any questions or for directions.
The Watermelon Patch on Hillcrest Road is accepting pet food donations next week in exchange for extra open play time for your children.
Checkouts , located at 814 S. McKenzie Street in Foley, is accepting donations on behalf of Super Paws Animal Rescue and Rivers of Love Animal Rescue. Items needed: Dawn Soap, food, and litter.
If you have any other donation/volunteer information, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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