- Create a cat scratching circle (or two) for the cats housed in WARL's Kitty City, http://www.designsponge.com/2009/01/diy-project-recycled-cardboard-kitty-pad.html
- Hold a Bake Sale/Lemonade Stand/Yard Sale -- donate the proceeds to WARL or use the funds to buy something needed from our wish list, http://www.warl.org/support-us/donate/other-ways-to-give/wish-list/
- Make really cool dog toys from things that you already have on hand are always welcomed at WARL, http://barkpost.com/3-dog-toys-you-can-make-from-things-around-the-house/
- Bond with friends while making soft, fluffy cat beds without sewing, http://www.instructables.com/id/No-Sew-Pet-Bed/.
SPEAK FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T
IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT AN ANIMAL IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,
PLEASE CALL ANIMAL CONTROL,
OUR OFFICERS ARE AVAILABLE TO HELP 24/7
Monday, August 10, 2015
Projects to Help Shelter Animals During the Waning Days of Summer!
Kids often ask about volunteering at the Washington Animal Rescue League. We love volunteers, however, our Junior Volunteer program requires that students, ages 12 -17, attend an orientation with a parent/guardian and volunteer a minimum eight hours a month with that parent or guardian. Essentially, our Junior Volunteer program is a parent/child volunteer tag-team commitment. That pairing may not work for all families. But, there are plenty of things that kids, who care about animals, can do to help the animals at the Washington Animal Rescue League.