By: Kylen Mills
They keep abandoned pets off the streets, but the Animal Aid Humane Society in Moline is in need of some help this winter.
Saturday animal aid held a fundraiser at PETCO, selling wreaths and other holiday decorations. Volunteers say this time of year it's especially important they raise the money for supplies.
The shelter needs more dog and canned cat food, cleaning supplies, warm beds and more.
"We do have a lot of drop offs, you know people just having a hard time. The economy is still kind of down and people looking unfortunately to find a safe place for their animals instead of turning them loose," said Animal Aid volunteer Nichole Garey.
You can drop off any of those items or a monetary donation at the shelter on 50th Street in Moline.
They also are looking for someone to snow plow around the shelter this winter.