BCAS appreciates and needs donations

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MANY THANKS – BCAS and PAWS are thankful for the donations of food that recently have been delivered to the shelter.

Benton County Animal Shelter put out a distress call for pet food earlier this month, and the big-hearted people of Benton County responded. Many bags of food were received through the BCAS Chewy wish list, while others were dropped off. BCAS appreciates the support of the community!

While the recent donations help to meet a need, donations of additional supplies are requested. The shelter needs bleach and laundry soap, along with wood pellets for cat litter. The wood pellets are available at the Benton County Co-op, Tractor Supply, and Walmart. As always, the shelter thanks you for any and all donations.

Speaking of cat litter, BCAS is overrun with cats and kittens. They have felines of every size and color. Stop by anytime to pick out your new best friend.

PAWS, the non-profit partnering with BCAS, will be participating in the upcoming Bargain Highway on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 2-3. All sales go to support PAWS and BCAS programs, meaning the animals of Benton County. PAWS is still accepting donations, and large items must be delivered to the shelter on Thursday, Sept. 1. Thanks to those who already have donated. Come by during Bargain Highway to snag some great stuff and support a good cause.

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