The Twelve Days of Dewey: Donate towels and blankets to your local shelter

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This Dewey is up for adoption at DFW Humane Society in Irving, TX.

We’ve already covered six great ways to help homeless pets in the Twelve Days of Dewey countdown.

Here are two more easy, fun things you can do to help shelter pets and spread the word about pet adoption.

6) Donate SIX towels or blankets to your local animal shelter. Shelters always need towels and blankets to make the animals more comfortable in their cages — and don’t you deserve to treat yourself to some new linens?

5) Read and share FIVE books about rescue animals including Dewey: There’s a Cat in the Library and Dewey’s Christmas in the Library, both from Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

Do you have a favorite rescue story you share to express how wonderful shelter pets can be? Tell us below!

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This holiday season, open your heart and home to a pet from a shelter or
rescue group! Find participating organizations near you: Foster a Lonely Pet for the Holidays