Thank you for taking the time to follow these instructions and help us with making some enrichment treats for the pets of KC Pet Project. They help to keep our pets happy and healthy!
Due to COVID-19, donations may be dropped off in front of the south entrance of the campus on the donation table.
“Peanut Butter Cookies” are very easy and fun to make. Just be sure not to use peanut butter that is sugar free or reduced fat. These varieties contain chemicals that can be harmful or even deadly to dogs.
These are tasty healthy treats for our dogs at the shelter! Feel free to be creative. You can use any frozen fruit or vegetable EXCEPT cherries, grapes or raisins, and fill the cups with your choice of broth, pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie filling) or yogurt. Again, please do NOT use cherry, or sugar free yogurt as they may contain chemicals harmful or fatal to dogs.
Kitty Puzzles are a great way to keep our shelter cats entertained and active. Start saving your paper rolls and get creative! They can be filled with a few mid quality or higher cat treats, or kibble.
Doggie Burritos are a great long lasting treat, or even a meal replacement and can be made very easily! Please feel free to use any mid quality or higher canned dog food and any mid quality or higher kibble. Once complete, please freeze your treats, and bring them to us at KC Pet Project! Our animals thank you!
This is a great way for Schools, Scouts, or any other youth groups to visit the shelter for a tour, and to volunteer. Your group will have the opportunity to meet with a member of our Canine or Feline staff (perhaps with a furry friend), to learn about what a day caring for our animals at KC Pet Project looks like. Then we’ll make some enrichment treats for our residents, and go on a tour of the public areas. 1 hour of youth service hours can be provided upon request.