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Chicago Cat Clinic’s Annual Holiday Drive
December 1 – January 15
Lakeview Pantry is Chicago’s largest food pantry and distributes over 1.3 million meals to our Neighbors every year.
What do Pets in need hope to find under their tree?
- Clay or Clumping Litter
- Dry or Canned Food
- Paper Towels
What do the Humans who love them hope to find under their tree?
- Cereal & Oatmeal
- Canned Tuna, Chicken, & Beef
- Mayonnaise, Ketchup/Mustard
- Shampoo and Conditioner
- Toilet Paper
All non-perishable, unexpired food items are appreciated! Consider donating modest sizes. For example: several 24oz cans are preferable to one 64oz can (easier to carry home). To make a financial donation online, visit www.lakeviewpantry.org/donate-now
Chicago Cat Clinic Blog
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