HRS MO St. Louis

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Bunny Begging List  (Items needed for the bunnies at the Bunny House shelter)  

-  Fabric:  We need fabric or bed sheets that are 100% cotton or flannel.  Volunteers are sewing pads for bunny cages in our shelter.  

-  Pillow Cases: We have shelves to put in the bunnies' cages but we need old pillowcases to slip on the shelves for a non-slip surface. 

-  Hay bag closures: We reuse the white, plastic closure tabs from the 25-pound hay bags of American Pet Diner to bind the smaller bags of hay we package to sell. 

-  Bunny and human items: to be raffled or sold at Bunny Expo and Holiday Bunny Boutique.  Contact Pat Daly:

-  Missouri Lottery tickets that are not winners:  As a nonprofit, we can earn points with lottery tickets that were losers to buy products we can use.  Please mail them to: House Rabbit Society of MO, PO Box 6362, Chesterfield, MO  63006

-  For Our Education and Adoption Efforts:
  - Professional/semi-professional digital camera
  - High level video camera/camcorder
  - Printing services (1500 pieces black and white and/or 500 pieces color)
  - Brochure & literature display stands for use at educational fairs
  - Heavy duty copy machine
  - Gas cards (for the many trips to/from vet office, shelters, educational events, supply pick ups, etc)


We are a 501(c)3 charity, so donations are deductible!  HRSMO is run entirely by volunteers so every penny of your donation goes to help the bunnies. Donations can be sent to HRS of Missouri, P.O. Box 6362, Chesterfield, MO 63006.  
You can also donate easily through our Paypal buttons on this site.

Your donation gives abandoned bunnies a second chance at love.


For Eating
- Gift certificates to grocery stores such as Dierbergs, Schnucks, Shop N' Save, WalMart
- Gift certificates to American Pet Diner ( )
- Donations of fresh produce such as: Parsley, Cilantro, Kale, Deep green lettuces (NOT Iceberg lettuce), Baby Carrots, Large 
  Carrots with green carrot tops attached, Apples, Bananas, Seedless Grapes (seeds are not good for bunny digestive system).

For the Litterbox
- "Yesterday's News" cat litter
- "Carefresh" soft pet litter for newly spayed/neutered rabbits

For Cleaning
- White vinegar
- Heavy duty paper towels
- Unscented laundry softener
- Biz or OxyClean stain remover
- Heavy duty lawn and garden trash bags

For Our Cages
- Towels, sheets, blankets, bedspreads, comforters, Cotton throw rugs
- Heavy ceramic food and water bowls
- Extra large litter pans and covered cat pans
- Ceramic tiles (12", 14", or 16")
- Pillowcases: We have shelves to put in the bunnies' cages but we need old pillowcases to slip on the shelves for a
  non-slip surface - and we need lots of them. 

For Play
- Hard plastic toddler, cat, or bird toys such as keys, plastic balls, links
- Non-toxic wood and rope bird toys
- Wicker rings or straw mats for small pets
- Untreated and unpainted wicker, willow, or straw baskets
- Cardboard paper towel tubes (with no glue residue), plain or stuff with good hay
- Cardboard oatmeal boxes with both ends cut out, label removed and no plastic, use plain or stuff with good hay

Housing Needs
- 24", 30" or 36" metal puppy exercise pens
- Metal 42" & 48" dog crates with solid pan floors
- Cat or small dog carriers that open at the front and top

Medical Needs
- Gift certificates to Hope Animal Hospital in Fenton ( )