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Our Wish List

Blizzard with his Planet BallDo you want to help the animals in a more ‘material’ way? You can do so by donating things from our wish list to directly help the animals:

See our online wish list on for a more comprehensive list

Or you can donate something from home:


Antibacterial dish soap

Liquid laundry soap (for HE washing machine)

Yard tools of all sorts

Work gloves (especially women’s sizes)

Pressure-treated lumber to build climbing structures for the animals

Wheel barrow

Stump grinder

Wood chipper

Chain saws

Nuts in the shell (raw, unsalted) for the monkeys and bears

Clean 5-gallon buckets with lids

Rubber exam gloves

“Jungle balls” and “Planet balls” from for the big cats (mention that they are for us and get 10% off!)

Diesel fuel, gasoline and gas station gift cards

Wal Mart and grocery store gift cards

Home Depot/Lowes gift cards

Pest control services

6 thoughts on “Our Wish List”

  1. Hi there!
    My name is Eleanor Nilson and I started a volunteering program with the animal shelters and humane societies around Ocala called A Helping Howl. We collect donations of food, toys, treats, and many other care products for animals. We also provide volunteers to the shelters to help out with the animals. We were wondering if you would like to partner with us or if we could offer our services to you in any way. Please email me back with what you think. I look forward to hearing from you!
    Thank you for your time,
    Eleanor Nilson

    Thank you for helping a howl!

    We’re only a howl away!

  2. Hello,
    I was wondering if you could find a use for any of the items that are being made for the Australian wild fire animals, like the bat wraps, or kangaroo pouches? They have told crafters to stop making items while they take inventory. They are essentially pouches made from cotton, or natural fibers. If you google Australia kangaroo pouch or Australia bat wrap, you’ll see the items that are being made.

    All the best

  3. Thank you so much for offering! We have been thinking about it and honestly can’t figure out a way to use those items. Have you tried contacting places that rehabilitate native wildlife like opossums?

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