Our Wish List

If you are an animal lover and want to make a difference in the lives of homeless pets, please know that there are lots of things in addition to financial donations that the Humane Society of Greater Miami needs in order to care for the up to 400 homeless pets we care for each day in our shelter in through our foster care program. There’s no better time to take a look around your home or office and see if you have any of these (new or slightly used) items you would like to donate to the Society. Or, pick up a few of the items on the list the next time you are shopping. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated.



Adoption Department

  • Towels and blankets (gently used ones are okay!) 
  • Leashes and harnesses
  • Dog Beds
  • Kongs
  • Safe plastic chew toys
  • Scratching posts for cats (click here for great website)
  • Climbing posts/trees for cats (new only please)
  • Grooming supplies (brushes, pet shampoo, etc.)
  • Durable/washable toys
  • Bleach
  • Liquid laundry detergent
  • Kuranda Beds – ORDER HERE

Receiving Department

  • Stainless steel bowls
  • Nail clippers for pets
  • Electric clippers for pets
  • KMR kitten formula (urgent)
  • Puppylac puppy formula (urgent)
  • Heating pads
  • Heating Lamps

General Shelter Needs

  • Pet Supply Store gift cards
  • Pet carriers and crates of all sizes
  • Miscellaneous tools (used ones are okay!)
  • Building supplies
  • Home Depot gift cards
  • Cases of paper towels
  • Industrial Fans 
  • Mops and mop buckets
  • New truck or new van to transport animals
  • ipads ( new or used) for our adoption outreaches and events
  • ipad covers
  • hub-spots (for our adoption outreaches and events)

Administrative Office

  • White copy paper
  • Pens, Pencils, Highlighters, Sharpies
  • Scissors, Staplers, Staples, Paper Clips
  • 8½” X 11″ and 11″ x 17″ Laminating pouches
  • Avery 5160 and 5163 mailing labels
  • Office Supply Store gift cards

Please bring donated items to one of our locations.

Pick up may be possible for bulk donations (please call 305-749-1816).


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