On December 15, 2021

RCHS has holiday gifts for everyone on your shopping list!

Do you have animal lovers and supporters of the RCHS on your gift list this holiday season? If so, RCHS has lots of items that will make purrrfect gifts for everyone on your list! Our stylish and cozy knit pom beanies will let people know you support RCHS, while keeping you warm this winter, and our 30 ounce tumblers are a great way to keep your coffee hot or your water cold while you’re out and about. We also have our 2022 RCHS “Pet Mania” calendars to help you get organized for the new year! And don’t forget gifts for your fur babies! We have a variety of colors of RCHS leashes, or frisbees for your furry friends to chase out in the snow! Stop by the shelter and do some shopping, or check out our gift shop online at rchsvt.org. For more information on how to give a gift and help the homeless animals in Rutland County, call 802-483-6700.

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