Our Wish List

Don’t ever ask FOMAA volunteers what they need, because they’ll tell you! Some of the items on our current wish list are listed below. If you — or anyone you know — is able to contribute one or more items to the Shelter, we’d love to hear from you. Simply call 781 631-8664 or stop by during adoption hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00 to 6:30 pm, Friday from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, Saturday from noon to 6:00 pm and Sunday from noon to 3:00 pm.

  • Adult Dry Food:
    Earthborn Holistic - Primitive Feline
    Nutro Max Cat indoor weight control
  • Adult Wet Food:
    Weruva Pate
    Purina One Pate
    Newman’s Organic
  • Fancy Feast paté style wet cat food – Classic Food
  • Kitten Dry:
    Royal Canin Mother & BabyCat
    Blue Buffalo Kitten
    Science Diet Kitten
  • Kitten Wet Food:
    Fancy Feast Pate Kitten
    Purina One Kitten Pate
    Large Bags of Friskies, Nine Lives dry and wet food for our feral colonies
  • Please, no seafood of any kind!
  • Advantage II Flea Treatment for Cats (kitten, small and large cat)
  • A large cat tree
  • cat toys
  • laundry detergent
  • unscented fabric softener sheets
  • bleach and peroxide and band aids
  • meat flavored baby food (like chicken Gerber’s 2nd)
  • Antibacterial hand soap
  • paper towels
  • trash bags (50-gallon Hefty and 13 gal kitchen varieties)
  • mops, brooms and sponges
  • Scamp (non-clumping) litter
  • a pill crusher
  • back scratchers
  • organic catnip
  • Unexpired Rx dry and wet cat and dog food you no longer need, especially I/D, W/D and R/D diets
  • powdered Lysine supplement
  • Pill Pockets
  • KMR® Powder (kitten milk replacement) and Esbilac (puppy milk replacement)
  • anti-bacterial dish washing detergent
  • Gift Cards are always a good idea (from a pet store or grocery store) so we can pick out what is most needed.

and most of all, a home for every animal!

Make your tax deductible cash donation here.

Please note: Any food/non-food items donated to the shelter that can't be used by us is donated to other grassroots rescue groups and Feral Feeders.