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  • Strong Rubber Toys for Large Breed Dogs

  • Nylabones X-Large for Heavy Chewers 

  • Cat Toys

  • Small Soft Cat Beds or Blankets

  • Scratching Posts or Cat Towers

  • Air-Tight Food Containers

  • Heating Pads

  • Plastic Cat Carriers

  • Ceramic or Stainless Steel Bowls

  • Crates

  • Fleece Blankets

  • Tennis Balls

  • Treats (dog and cat)

  • Jolly Balls 

  • Soccer balls, Volley Balls, Basketballs

  • Peanut butter (never sugar free) 

  • Amazon wish list:

*Once accepted, donations become the property of the town, which retains the right to use the donations as it sees fit, unless another arrangement has been made with the donor.


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Community Service Hours

There are several ways to help out our animals and get community service hour credit.  The shelter will gladly sign off on hours for any of the following projects:

  • Homemade Pet Treats (provide a list of all ingredients)

  • Toy, towel or blanket drives

  • Virtual Adoption/Education Events

  • Landscaping/Beautification Projects

  • Homemade Feral Cat Shelters

  • Homemade Cat Toys

  • Homemade Blankets



Our volunteers contribute to the over-all well being of our furry friends and help them become adoptable quicker. When dogs get out of the kennel daily for walks, playtime and TLC it reduces stress and meets their species specific needs. Our kitties benefit from socialization which includes interactive enrichment activities, grooming and lots of petting!

At this time, the shelter has no volunteer vacancies.  If you would like to be placed on a call list, please call (631) 360-7575 to add your name, phone number and email.


 *Please note all volunteers must be at least 16 years of age or older.

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