Chester County SPCA Wishlist

The Chester County SPCA has a wishlist of items they need most.

The following is a press release from the Chester County SPCA.


The Chester County SPCA is able to fulfill its mission and provide service in a variety of areas through the support of our many generous donors. All donations, no matter how large or small, make a difference.  Below are the items we currently need most.  We also maintain our Amazon Wish List, where you can purchase items we need online through Amazon.

If you have any questions, please contact our office at office@ccspca.org or 610-692-6113 x 12.

Download the list as a PDF (for easier printing)

Click here for our Amazon Wish List.

For the Animals

  • Kuranda dog beds
  • Cat scratchers: StretchandScratch.com
  • Soft dog treats
  • Wet dog & cat food, including Natural Balance food rolls (no dry food, please)
  • Washable cat & dog toys
  • Small and medium plastic pet carriers
  • Towels, sheets and blankets (washed used items are fine)
  • 6 ft. leashes
  • Buckle collars, martingale collars, harnesses
  • Metal poop scoops
  • Poop bags
  • Feliway spray
  • Salt licks for small animals
  • Chew sticks for small animals
  • E-collars
  • Pet medications including Frontline, Capstar, Clavamox, Amoxi-drops, and Rimadyl (basic flea/tick preventative, antibiotics and pain medicine)

Cleaning Supplies

  • Liquid laundry detergent for HE machines
  • Bleach
  • Liquid dish detergent
  • Toilet paper
  • Paper towels
  • Liquid hand soap refills

Office Supplies

  • Staplers
  • Tape dispensers & refill tape rolls
  • Index cards (3x5)
  • Black sharpie markers
  • Clear sheet protectors
  • Manilla file folders
  • Copy paper (color or white)
  • Card stock (light colored)
  • Gallon-sized Ziploc bags
Sabastian January 27, 2013 at 11:58 AM
Why would anyone give anything to the SPCA when they get paid tens of thousands of dollars a month to take abandoned animals from other countys that won't kill, then put them down at this SPCA when they get overcrowded. Where's the money going? Thought you were no kill?


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