Tiny Paws is similar to the Humane Society, but on a smaller scale and exclusively feline!
Holly Chapples runs the organization, and could use some student help feeding kittens, cleaning cages, etc. If you’d like to volunteer with her, feel free to contact her at (405) 612-0071
She owns the Tiny Paws resale shop on N. Perkins and also is caretaker of all the kittens. Tiny Paws kittens are put up for adoption at Petco.
*Courtesy of Stillwater Chamber of Commerce*
Salvation Army:Volunteers are needed to ring bells at the donation kettles and also to help distribute gifts from the Angel Trees. To volunteer, contact Sgt. Rob Daniels at 372-1554. Donations can be made by giving a gift from the Angel Trees located in both Wal-Marts, Belk, Atwoods, IBC Bank, SpiritBank, Carl’s Jr., and Sirloin Stockade.
Judith Karman Hospice: Christmas ornaments may be purchased at their office. Donations to their resale shop are always appreciated.
Domestic Violence: Need donations of new clothing including women’s and children’s socks, women’s sweat pants/shirts sets, and women’s underwear sizes 6-10. Also need bath sets (body wash & lotion). If you want to purchase more personalized gifts, the Chamber has a list of specific individuals and their needs. Call 372-5573 for details.
Humane Society: Volunteers are needed to help come by and socialize with dogs and cats. Also need donations of cat litter, dish soap, and training treats for dogs. The Humane Society can also utilize used washcloths & hand towels for cleaning cages and used blankets for the dogs to sleep on.
Mission of Hope:
Need donations of jeans, shirts and house shoes (men’s and women’s, various sizes); women’s bath sets, and manicure sets for men and women. You may also donate Wal-Mart gift cards which the mission can use to purchase needed items.
Community Christmas Dinner: Volunteers are needed on Christmas Day from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call Charles Kaupke at 377-8184. Donations of cakes are also needed, call Nancy Patton at 372-0885.
Support the Humane Society next Tuesday, Nov. 17 by walking your dog on Willard lawn anytime from 5-7 p.m.
The Service-Learning Volunteer Center Ambassadors are hosting a relaxing evening of romping dogs, puppy chow for walkers and a contest. To participate in the contest dog walkers are encouraged to donate any of the following items, which will be given to the Humane Society.
- Paper towels
- Dish soap
- Scented dog treats
- Clorox wipes
- Rawhide chewies
- Big blankets
- Cat litter
Representatives from the Humane Society will also be available to help those interested in adopting a pet.
“Undercover” judges will judge dogs according to “Best Personality,” “Coolest Trick,” “Cutest Outfit,” Best behaved,” and more. Prizes will be awarded around 6:30 p.m.
Interested in participating? Just show up! We’re looking forward to seeing you!