It’s amazing how a single donation can help an animal shelter.
Anita’s Stevens Swan Humane Society does an amazing job housing and rehabilitating animals in Utica. A place to go when your animal is sick, injured, or has no place to call home.
However, because they are so popular and house so many animals, they run out of supplies much sooner than they would like. , this time I have a special request for the locals.
What a shelter needs isn’t the first thing that comes to mind, but it definitely makes sense why they use it all the time. Swan is always doing laundry.
As a no-kill shelter, I can imagine they do more laundry than most other shelters. I know it will be gone.
So if you do run into the store, consider purchasing extra laundry detergent for animals in need.
Their office is at 5664 Horatio Street, Utica, NY 13502. Drop it in the big blue donation box in front of you or mail it instead. If you deliver yourself, stop by and see the animals for yourself! you will be happy
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