Custom color pre-orders too
WAYS TO HELP YOUR SHELTER.
We appreciate your support VERY much, and we hope you will continue to assist us!
RCAS desperately needs your donations to continue saving dogs and cats.
Over 50% of our funding comes directly from you, the public.
Animal Rescue Aid
Pet Shelter Program
Save on all Chewy website products.
New customers who click the ad above,
and make a qualifying purchase, earns RCAS $20, and you save too! WIN WIN!!
No rust aluminum frame & legs are shelter tough!
$74 LARGE is the size we need.
Order from RCAS, or from vendor site HERE
Have fun while you volunteer... walk dogs, play with cats and kittens, help clean kennels, feed and water animals, light cleaning, or painting. Perhaps you could suggest or organize a fundraiser for your group or school, or an opportunities for your club or youth group to learn about RCAS, on sight or your place. Ask your friends to donate used items for winter pet bedding. Collect books for our sales!
Use YOUR creativity to create your own job!
We are a 501(c)3 charity
Donating a vehicle or boat or vehicle for us to come get, then sell is easy!
If you are not local, use this link:
PAW PRINT DESIGN
Corporate or Personal
Volunteers Are Our Heroes
Director of Operations,
Randolph County Animal Shelter
104 Animal Shelter Road, Wedowee, AL. 36278
Reopened July 14, 2020. All visitors need an appointment and must also wear a mask, for social distancing (256) 357-0101
Mr. Ed Berry, Vice President
brings products as part of
30 acts of kindness!
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By choosing RCAS as your Amazon charity here, Amazon donates 0.5%
to us, of your purchase amount, at no cost to you. You will maintain
all your familiar personal settings while shopping on Amazon,
with a benefit to RCAS orphans!
Sponsorship - Gifting to your shelter:
We gratefully accept your raffle items, books, CD, DVD, tape donations at any time during our business hours.
You may leave items on the covered porch at the Old Cotton Warehouse, Roanoke, as well.
We are unable to accept encyclopedias, textbooks, magazines or VHS tapes, as they are poor sellers.