Each year, many of us struggle with the question: “What can I get my dad for Father’s Day?” We’re happy to share that we have the answer! Support animals in need this Father’s Day AND show your dad how much you care. 

Paws & Give Symbolic Giving 

This year we have three symbolic gifts for you to give your dad, grandpa, pet dad or father figure. Each of these symbolic gifts also come with the option to send a Father’s Day e-card that can be scheduled whenever you’d like! Here are the options:  

Father's day giftsFather’s Day Large Symbolic Toolbox 
  • $175.00 
  • Our Father’s Day Toolbox (large) is the perfect gift for dog lovers! You’ll be giving Dad the symbolic gift of all the essential “tools” needed to care for a full litter of puppies at the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society.
Father's day giftsFather’s Day Medium Symbolic Toolbox 
  • $125.00 
  • With spring being kitten season, you can give a cat Dad in your life the symbolic gift of all the essential “tools” needed to care for a full litter of kittens at the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society. Tools include soft bedding, new toys and any required veterinary care.
Father's day giftsFather’s Day Small Symbolic Toolbox 
  • $55.00 
  • This Father’s Day, give a special Dad in your life a symbolic Father’s Day Toolbox filled with all the essentials needed to ensure an animal receives food, toys, bedding and veterinary care as they prepare to join their fur-ever homes! 

If any of the above sounds like the purr-fect gift for your dad, CLICK HERE to donate! 

The Ontario SPCA does not receive annual government funding and relies on donations to provide programs and services to help animals in need. THANK YOU for helping us help animals in need. 

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