HELP CLEAR THESE VALLEY SHELTERS!

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Nearly 700 shelters across the country are teaming up with NBC Owned Television Stations and Telemundo for Clear the Shelters, a nationwide pet adoption drive on Saturday, August 19 that helps find loving homes for animals in need. Over 50,000 pets found their forever homes in 2016.



Participating Shelters



Central California SPCA
103 South Hughes Ave, Fresno, CA, 93706
559-233-7722
ccspca.com

Visalia Animal Care Center
29016 Highway 99
559-713-4700
vospca.org

Miss Winkles Pet Adoption Center
85 N Temperance Ave, Clovis, CA 93611
559-324-2465
misswinkles.com

The Cat House on the Kings
7120 S Kings River Rd, Parlier, CA 93648
559-638-8696

Petco Satellite Adoption Center for Cat House On The Kings
10am-7pm
4144 N Blackstone Ave, Fresno, CA 93726
cathouseonthekings.com

 

ADOPT A PET!

Alley

Female | Tuxedo | Young
Cat House on the Kings

Allie

Female | Tabby | Adult
Cat House on the Kings

Amira

Female | Tabby | Young
Cat House on the Kings

Aphrodite

Female | Tortoiseshell | Young
Cat House on the Kings

Bailey

Female | Domestic Short Hair | Young
Cat House on the Kings

Bannie

Female | Tabby | Young
Cat House on the Kings

Beau

Male | Siamese Mix | Young
Cat House on the Kings

Blanca

Female | Siamese Mix | Young
Cat House on the Kings

Shaver

Male | Domestic Short Hair | Young
Cat House on the Kings

Cagney

Female | Basset Hound Blend | Young
CCSPCA

Chester

Male | Dachshund Blend | Adult
CCSPCA

Coffee

Female | Dilute Torbie/Domestic Shorthair | Young
CCSPCA

Lady

Female | English Bulldog Blend | Adult
CCSPCA

Lea

Female | Shepherd Blend | Young
CCSPCA

Nevaeh

Female | Tuxedo Domestic Shorthair | Young
CCSPCA

Poppy

Female | Domestic Shorthair | Young
CCSPCA

Sadie

Female | Terrier Blend | Young
CCSPCA

Savanah

Female | Siamese Blend | Young
CCSPCA

Zuri

Female | Basset Hound Blend | Young
CCSPCA

Adam

Male | Shepherd Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Bam

Male | Chuhuahua/Terrier Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Boomer

Female | Labrador Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

Brandy

Female | Dachshund Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

Bronn

Male | Pit Bull Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Molly

Female | Pit Bull Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

Bullwinkle

Male | Great Pyrenees/Hound Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Casey

Male | German Shepherd Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Chip

Male | Siberian Husky Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Cody

Male | Shepherd Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Emma

Female | Terrier Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

Harriet

Female | Pitbull Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

Holly

Female | Pitbull Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

Jewels

Female | Terrier Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

Lacey

Female | Chihuahua Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Lexie

Male | Pit Bull Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

River

Female | Shepherd Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

Rocky

Male | Chihuahua Mix | Young
Visalia Animal Care Center

Sandy

Male | Chihuahua Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Sugar

Male | Chihuahua Mix | Adult
Visalia Animal Care Center

Asher

Male | Staffordshire Bull Terrier | Adult
Miss Winkles

Bailey

Male | Domestic Medium Hair | Young
Miss Winkles

Betty

Female | Pit Bull Terrier | Adult
Miss Winkles

Costello

Male | Terrier | Adult
Miss Winkles

Doris

Female | Siamese | Adult
Miss Winkles

Gomez

Male | Terrier | Adult
Miss Winkles

Harley

Male | Pitbull Mix | Adult
Miss Winkles

Jin

Female | German Shepherd | Adult
Miss Winkles

Julius

Male | Terrier | Adult
Miss Winkles

Kami

Male | Terrier | Adult
Miss Winkles

Momma

Male | Domestic Short Hair | Adult
Miss Winkles

Midnight

Male | Domestic Short Hair | Young
Miss Winkles

Pepper

Labrador Mix | Young
Miss Winkles

Roscoe

Male | Terrier | Young
Miss Winkles

Samantha

Domestic Short Hair | Young
Miss Winkles

Sidney

Domestic Short Hair Mix | Adult
Miss Winkles

Sweetheart

Male | Domestic Short Hair | Adult
Miss Winkles

 

DONATE

 

DONATE GOODS TO ONE OF OUR PARTICIPATING LOCATIONS!

CLOVIS CHRYSLER

395 W Herndon Ave, Clovis, CA 93612
888-696-0723

MISS WINKLES

85 Temperance Ave. Clovis, CA 93611
559-324-2465

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA SPCA

103 South Hughes Ave, Fresno, CA, 93706
559-233-7722

VISALIA ANIMAL CARE CENTER

29016 Highway 99
559-713-4700

THE CAT HOUSE ON THE KINGS

7120 S Kings River Rd, Parlier, CA 93648
559-638-8696

 

COMMON ITEMS YOU CAN DONATE



 
  • Towels and blankets - Shelters are often cold and animals like to have a blanket to curl up on. Towels are a big help to dry animals off after being bathed or if they come in wet. Towels can also be used to line the bottoms of cages. The towels or blankets don't have to be brand new or in perfect condition. The animals won't mind, as long as they're usable.
  • Canned and Dry Food for Cats and Dogs-Healthy - Healthy pet options for nourishment
  • Kitty litter and cat boxes - Cats go to the bathroom- a lot. Shelters are constantly using bag after bag of litter. Their supply runs out fast.
  • Puppy or kitten formula and nursing bottles - Sometimes there are situations where a young puppy or kitten who is not weaned gets separated from their mother. In these situations they need puppy or kitten formula to survive.
  • Old newspaper - When you're done with your newspapers you usually just throw them away or recycle them, right? You could help animals at no cost to you if you just save up your old newspapers. Newspapers are used in the bottoms of cages. They get soiled quickly, so they're in constant demand.
  • Collars, harnesses, and leashes - Dogs who are taken out on walks need a leash and collar or harness. The shelter loses some because adopted dogs often go home with their leash or harness.
  • Grooming supplies - Grooming supplies can include shampoo, brushes, combs, haircutting scissors, etc. Dogs and cats often come in dirty or end up getting dirty. Grooming supplies can keep them fresh, clean, and adoptable.
  • Toys - You would get bored if you had to lay in a crate alone all day, wouldn't you? Animals in shelters get bored, too. It keeps the animals from being so lonely and bored and allows them to get exercise. You could go out and buy new toys, or you could donate toys your pets or children may have not gotten much use out of. It's as simple as that.
  • Crates and carriers - Animals need to be transported somehow, and the cost of multiple crates and carriers can add up quickly. You can donate ones you stopped using that are still in good condition or you could go buy one for a decent price. This helps the shelter tremendously.
  • Paper towels and cleaning supplies - There are a lot of situations that get messy, so paper towels are a big help.
  • Hand wash and hand sanitizer - People who work at shelters need to keep their hands clean for their and the animals' health.
  • Laundry detergent, fabric softener, and bleach - Towels and blankets get soiled often so the washing machines are being used a lot
  • Dog and cat beds - this can offer the animals a soft place to lay instead of a kennel or cage floor.
  • Heating pads - Many animals come in cold or are young and need warmth. Heating pads can replace a mother's warmth.
  • Copy paper and pens, pencils, post-it notes and staples - You can't forget about all the paperwork that has to be done. Donating these items makes it so the shelter doesn't have to buy them on their own.
  • Garbage bags, mops, brooms, and sponges - The shelter uses these every day and clean up supplies can get expensive.
  • Food bowls - As new animals come in, the shelter needs new places to put food. Having an adequate supply could mean life or death for an animal in a shelter.
  • Rubber and latex gloves - A lot of messy stuff happens and gloves are necessary to lessen the spread of germs.
  • Plastic shopping bags - Plastic bags can be used to clean up dog mess and to store things in.
 

CONTEST




 

Submit your cutest pet picture for a chance to win one 2-night stay at the Paradise Point Resort and Spa in San Diego!

 

Sweepstakes Details:

 

  • CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED! Due to the amount of submissions, the winner will be announced on Monday, September 25 on Central Valley Today (3:00PM on KSEE24)! Winner will also be contacted by phone and e-mail.
  • Sweepstakes is from September 8, 2017 at 5:00 PM PST - September 17, 2017 at 11:59PM PST.
  • Only one entry per person
  • Share your submission on Facebook or Twitter for more chances to win!
  • Prize Details: One (1) two-night standard room stay, mid-week (Sunday through Thursday), at the Paradise Point Resort and Spa. Travel must be completed by December 15, 2017. Blackout dates and other terms and conditions may apply.

 

Prize sponsored and provided by Travel Shoppe