This clinic which is held at
the Union Gospel Mission twice/month, it’s for low income
and homeless people in need
of veterinary care for their pets. They give out food for dogs and
cats plus leashes, collars, harnesses, carriers, crates,
toys and many other things.
There are veterinarians who volunteer their time giving shots,
checkups and make recommendations for spay and
neutering and other concerns. They give out a huge amount of pet
food but do run out occasionally.
Some of the things you can donate are:
· Cat carriers and scratching posts
· Collars (dog and cat)
· Leashes (new or gently used)
· Medicine (not expired)
· Dry or wet dog and cat food/puppy food/kitten food
· Dog or cat beds
· Kitty litter
These are just a few suggestions.
Donations may be taken to:
· Greenlake Animal Clinic
· Queen Anne Animal clinic
· Northwest Animal Hospital
· Ballard/Greenwood Veterinary clinic
Or you can call the Carol Dougherty @ 206-284-8778 or email
her, firstname.lastname@example.org and someone
will pick up your donations.
If you want to bring any items to the meetings, I will take them
to the Greenlake Animal Clinic. I know that Greenlake
will take the medications that are donated, put them in a new bottle
and relabel them before donating them to the
I donated a lot of medications and crates, leashes, collars,
etc. They told me anything is accepted and in any condition,
they are very much in need of anything we can send their way. I
know at Greenlake, they are very appreciative
of all the things I’ve brought in.
This is a great recycling program, good way to clear some of
our clutter while helping those who are in need.