Post by goingpostal on Dec 3, 2010 11:46:39 GMT -5
At work we often end up with those small fleece blankets heading to the garbage, they are giveways by various charities in the mail and have various designs on them but they are medium sized, great for ferrets, soft and no feeling bad about tossing them if they get chewed or icky. I have 7 or so still sealed in plastic unopened free to anyone that can use them, I use to go through a lot but they are building up! Great for crate bedding for small foster dogs or whatever too.
I wish we lived closer, my guys would love those blankies. I often use soft fleecies in their hammies. I'm sure your wonderful offer will be accepted by someone and some fuzzies are going to be very happy and warm . ciao
Post by sherrylynne on Dec 3, 2010 23:52:27 GMT -5
If nothing else, you could always take them to your vet's office. I frequently collect up older towels, etc. that are being replaced by my clients, and turn them over there. They go through a TON of bedding for the animals in their care on a regular basis. You could call them and ask if they could use them.
Post by weloveourweasels on Jan 2, 2011 17:05:09 GMT -5
I can use some free blankies ... With 4 ferrets and a rattie I go through quite a bit of laundry. Also the laundry mat is acoss the complex and I have to walk all my laundry over there since i don't have a car. So having extra clean things would be wonderful.