Augusta University
Sep 20

Aiken SPCA

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We strive to improve the lives of companion animals by rehoming abused, abandoned, and neglected pets while fighting for their well-being through vigorous legislative efforts, humane education, and by offering affordable veterinary care for all.

These virtual projects will help our shelter pets feel more at home until they find a forever family as well as help spread the mission of the SPCA Albrecht Center. The projects are described below:


Volunteers decorate paper lunch bags by drawing fun graphics or writing inspiring quotes. The SPCA’s Vet Care Center (VCC) staff will place animal medication in these bags for VCC clients.

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Doggy Bags Project


Volunteers make cat treat toys out of toilet paper rolls. The shelter cats enjoy finding the treats inside this DIY toy.

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Cat Treat Toy Project


Volunteers sew and stuff these fabric cat toys. The shelter cats go crazy for this toy!

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Catnip Fish Toy


Volunteers put their sewing skills to use making bandanas for the shelter animals to wear. If sewing skills are limited, no-sew bandanas can be made by cutting fabric with pinking shears which will prevent the fabric from fraying.

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“Adopt Me” Bandana


Volunteers use their powertool skills to use making these DIY treat dispensers for the shelter dogs.

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PVC Treat Sticks


Scratching is a natural instinct for cats, and volunteers can make these DIY cardboard cat scratchers to help the felines stretch their legs and keep claws in “ship-shape.”

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Cardboard Cat Scratchers


Volunteers who know how to knit/crochet can find patterns to make a little comfy cave for the shelter cats.

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Handmade Cat Caves


Volunteers can coordinate a supply drive for much-needed items including pet food and treats.

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Supply Drive