SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS) provides shelter and food to countless abandoned, abused, and homeless animals.
According to their Facebook page, they have 1,356 hungry animals to feed, and only 60 bags of food in their reserve.
In a given year, SCRAPS has more than 10,000 animals in their care.
Their pet food bank provides food for guardians and pets alike, and SCRAPS right now has 776 kittens, 132 dogs, and 39 puppies in their care.
SCRAPS is looking for donations which will be accepted at their shelter, located at 6815 E. Trent Avenue or via Amazon.
For more information, visit the SCRAPS Facebook page here.
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