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No Tricks, Just Treats for Shelters

Our Daddy picked up two bags of food to deliver to the shelter.  We don't have a lot of toys, and Mommy doesn't keep much more than what she uses.  If we do get more toys we will donate some old ones. 


  1. Well done! Food is a great treat. We gave all our toys away to the shelter last Christmas--we don't really play with toys. (We like to chase things that have a pulse.) Happy Halloween!

  2. We tried to donate our sissy sweaters to the shelter but they laughed at ua.

  3. that's super nice!!!! Happy Halloween!

  4. Everything helps. It's a good thing for all of us to do.

    Have a fabulous day. My best to your peeps. ♥

  5. We like to take goodies to the shelter near here. Mom makes blankets for the animals and Dad likes to feed them treats.

  6. Well, if'n you out-grow your shirt, you can donate that! If'n not, you can just send your love! That's always good ...
    Happy Bark-O-Ween!

  7. Happy Halloween!
    We have some food to donate to our local low-cost spay & neuter clinic; we'll do it this weekend.

  8. Good for you, we know the yummy stuff will sure be appreciated, lots!

  9. We know the food will be greatly appreciated!
    Mabel & Hilda

  10. Bravo to your Dad. Our Mom told the local humane society she would groom their dogs for free and gave them leashes. But we dont think they want drive as far as we live cause no one's come.

  11. Thanks so much for helping your local shelters and thanks for joining the No Tricks, Just Treats for Shelters hop today!
    Rosy, Jakey & Arty

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