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New Year’s Petsolution: Donate the Clutter

To kick off our week of New Year's Petsolutions, I'm ready to tackle the clutter. Although I like my home to appear clutter-free, at some point along the way, I caught a bug of the just-in-cases. Behind the closed doors of my closet are a myriad of perfectly usable items that I simply don't use. So, as I am ready to ring in the new year, I've decided to tackle my linen closet. In an effort to free up space for more useful items that I'll actually use, I gathered my old sheets, blankets, and towels – sadly enough to open a B&B in my apartment building – and brought these extra linens to my local humane society. Animal shelters can always do with these types of things and check with your local establishment for any additional needs. Now go and let go!


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foxie foxie 9 years
Also, if you have furs that you're finally ready to part with, donating them to the shelter probably isn't the best bet. Instead you can give them to Coats for Cubs, which uses them as sort of "foster" parents for abandoned animals. It gives baby animals comfort while finally taking nasty fur garments out of circulation. Happy New Years!
sweetpeabrina sweetpeabrina 9 years
Also donate newspaper! A lot of places shred it and use it for kitty litter. :meow:
ccsugar ccsugar 9 years
What a great idea!! I'm sure they appreciate that sorta thing. woof woof meow meow.
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