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Pet Supplies for Evacuees

Pet Supplies For Evacuees

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Calgary

Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) - Fill in this form to request food and supplies

Calgary Humane Society

Parachutes for Pets -   Email info@parachutesforpets.com (anytime) or call (403)-305-9677 (M-F: 10am-4pm)

Red Deer

Alberta Animal Services

Edmonton

Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) - Fill in this form to request food and supplies

Edmonton Humane Society

Edmonton Evacuation Centre - Edmonton EXPO Centre - Hall C, 7515 118 Ave NW

Cheeky Chops️️ Pet Salon - Message the Facebook page for more details

Winnipeg

Animal Food Bank Winnipeg - Email help@animalfoodbank.ca 

Winnipeg Humane Society

Other

Nanton Animal Protection

Valleyview Evacuation Centre

Northern Lights Regional Humane Society (High Level) - A bag of dog/cat food per family - NLRHS Shelter at 9702-97 Street Monday to Friday 9AM - 12PM and 1-4PM

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