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Making Donations

We have donation cans throughout the area in businesses who have generously given us counter space. For your convenience, you can make donations in the following places:

Plainville: Don's Diner
Goochie's Cafe
Plainville Liquor
Wrentham: Big Apple, Seasonal
Cooks Farm, Seasonal
Moore Flowers
North Woods Animal   Treats
Wampum Corner Wine   and Liquors
Wrentham Co-op Bank,   downtown location.

You can bring your cans and bottles to the Horace Mann Educational Associates (HMEA) Redemption Center, 1 George St, Plainville, and ask for the money to be put in our account. They're open Monday through Saturday 8:30 am - 3:30 pm, accept beer and soda cans and bottles, and they have NO limit on cans and plastic bottles. Please make sure you specify 4-Paws Animal Shelter.
Please consider ordering your pet's meds from Pet Rescue RX. They donate 100% of their net profits to animal shelters and rescue groups; tell them you'd like the proceeds to be donated to 4 Paws. The animals thank you!

Help our building campaign today with any tax-deductible amount you can give. Pay via credit card with PayPal by clicking on the Donate button below:

Or mail a check made out to "4-Paws Animal Shelter" to:

    4-Paws Animal Shelter
    PO Box 343
    Wrentham, MA 02093


4Paws is registered with AmazonSmile — a 501(c)(3) private foundation that will distribute 0.5% of the price of your AmazonSmile purchases to your selected charitable organization. Amazon pays all expenses of the AmazonSmile Foundation; they are not deducted from the donation amounts generated by purchases on AmazonSmile.

To participate, simply go to AmazonSmile and log in with your Amazon ID and password. (If you don't already have an account, you can create one at this page.) Once logged in, select the 4PAWS Animal Shelter, Inc. as your designated charity. Then proceed to make your purchases.

It's painless and easy so please help us out.


December 2017 Cookie Festival

The Cookie Festival held on December 2nd, 2017 was a great success! 4Paws raised more than $700 for our furry friendsn. The variety was incredible and people had a hard time choosing what to buy. Thanks to all our bakers and to all those who participated.

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Wrentham's Original Congregational Church's
Church Mouse Christmas Fair in November, 2016.

Diane Saraceni at our table.

Deb and Jean shopping at other tables

We look forward to seeing you in 2017!

2nd Annual 4-Paws Yard Sale

Photos from September 22d, 2012. Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Perry and boy Scout Troop 131 for their help.

2015 Bottle and Can Drive

4Paws conducted another successful bottle and can drive in May 2015 to help the environment and raise funds that will be used to help animals in need.

We particularly want to express our appreciation to Nicole Connor from Wrentham. For her birthday, Nicole asked for donations to 4Paws in the form of money and supplies in lieu of birthday presents. She also helped out at the Can and Bottle drive. Thanks, Nicole.


Wrentham Day, September 8th, 2012

Caitlin O'Neill, the reigning National American Miss Massachusetts-Teen and a native of Wrentham, joined Jean Kane, Roberta Schwalbe and Maureen Olsonik at the 4Paws table at the 31st Annual Wrentham Day held September 8th, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the downtown common.

Craft Fair, April 28th 2012

Below are photos from the 4-Paws April 2012 Craft Fair. Copyrights for these photos are held by Nancy Bland but have been released for 4-Paws use.

Click on any of the images to see a larger version.

White Barn Bake Sales

Board member Roberta Schwalbe of Wrentham and other 4-Paws volunteers staff the 4-Paws booth at the White Barn Farm Farmer's Market, Wrentham.