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The Domestic Animal Services' Donation Trust Fund allows you to make donations to Collier County's public animal shelter.  Funds are used to help provide additional medical care for sick or injured shelter animals in need.  

How can I donate?

Monetary Donations:  Cash, credit or check payments accepted.  Checks should be made payable to:

DAS Donation Trust Fund

7610 Davis Boulevard

Naples, FL 34104

(A receipt will be provided - please do not mail cash)


Food:  If you would like to donate food for our shelter animals, they are currently being fed the brands listed below:

 Purina Cat Chow Indoor Formula  Purina Dog Chow 
 Purina Pro Plan Adult Canned Food  Purina Pro Plan Adult Canned Food
 Purina Kitten Chow  Purina Puppy Chow
 Purina Pro Plan Kitten Canned Food  Purina Pro Plan Puppy Canned Food


Supplies Needed: Non-clumping Cat Litter, leashes (non-retractable), non-scented bleach, dog and cat toys, kiddie pools, towels, blankets, and paper towels.  You can also donate needed supplies by clicking on one of the items below, purchasing it from the vendor and shipping it directly to the shelter:

Kuranda Beds: These pet safe, indestructible beds provide a comfortable resting area for dogs and allow the shelter to sanitize the beds safely.

Cat Scratching Pads:  These small cat scratchers are given to every cat at the shelter to help keep the cats entertained and to provide stress relief.  Once adopted, the scratchers are sent home with the cats so that they bring a familiar item into their new home.

Cat Cages The three-tiered cat cages are used to house adoptable cats in the lobby of our facility.

Cat DensEvery cat at the shelter has a cat den inside their enclosure.  The dens provide a hiding spot when cats want to relax in privacy and provide an easy way for staff to transport the cats when necessary.

LeashesThese leashes are used by our staff and our volunteers to walk and exercise the dogs at our shelter.


If you are interested in more information, please call Domestic Animal Services at (239) 252-7387.


Paws on a line