Wish list for the animals
You can make the holidays bright for homeless pets. Purchase gifts from Amazon to help the animals. These lists have been specifically created with the animals in mind!
Choose a wish list to view:
If you'd like to provide funds to purchase items from the wish list, please call Chandra Forsythe at 435-644-2001, ext. 4109, or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also accept gift cards from Costco, Home Depot, Lowes, PetCo, PetSmart, Target, and Walmart for needed supplies.
Best Friends Animal Sanctuary–Kanab, UT
On any given day, there are about 1,700 dogs, cats and other animals living at the Sanctuary. We regularly ask our furry and feathered friends what items would most help them enjoy their lives here at Best Friends. Below is a list of a handful of items but we have many more on the Amazon Wishlist.
- Nature's Variety Instinct treats for dogs with food allergies, because they love their treats too.
- Soft sided travel pet carrier for transporting adopted parrots safely to their new homes.
- Soft Claws for cats: Cats with skin allergies tend to scratch a lot and hurt themselves. So we put these on their hind feet to protect them.
Best Friends–Los Angeles
Pet Adoption Center (Mission Hills):
- Cat treats for socializing and enrichment play groups
- Litter for our foster kittens. Great for learning perfect litterbox habits!
- Kongs and other dog toys for enrichment and play
NKLA Pet Adoption Center (West L.A.):
- Kongs and other toys to provide entertainment for the dogs inside their kennels
- Cat enrichment tools like maze and puzzle games
- Bottles to feed our bottle babies every 2 to 4 hours. We go through hundreds of these every season!
- Teddy bears for single kittens who need a snuggle buddy.
- Heating pads to keep our kittens warm in the nursery and foster homes.
Pet Adoption Center:
- Training treats for dogs
- Cat food
- Folding crates
- Clicker training tools
Pet Food Pantry:
The pet food pantry provides high-quality pet food to the pets of low-income residents.