Here comes Santa Paws! Here comes Santa Paws!
No need to panic about those last-minute gifts! Just come on in to Rainbow Ag and find something for everyone on your list. Along with a big selection of Carhartt, Wrangler, Cowgirl Tuff and Ben Davis clothing; Ariat, Roper and Justin boots; Western hats and caps; accessories like gloves, socks and beanies. Rainbow also has those “outside the box” gifts that are sure to please. Have a horse-lover in the family? Check out the Equine department for grooming supplies, tack – hey, what about a horse blanket? Gardener or bird-lover on the list? Rainbow has quality bird seed including Niger seed, feeders and gardening tools. Everyone needs to stay hydrated – check out the Hydro Flask! Outdoorsmen-and-women will appreciate a pair of warm, dry Muck Boots and that do-it-myself guy would love a new Stihl or Husqvarna Chain Saw or Blower! For pets and pet owners, there’s crates, beds, treats, toys and pet food (one of my friends always bought her Granny several cases of cat food – for a person on a limited budget, Granny really appreciated knowing her precious kitties were fed!) For the particularly difficult to shop for … get a Rainbow Gift Card, available in any amount! It is the easiest way to put a ton of hay, or a year’s worth of kitty litter, under that tree. No matter what is on your shopping list, Rainbow can also gift wrap it, for Free!
Good until December 24, 2017
While you are shopping, don’t forget that several of the local shelters are holding canned food drives this month. Your local shelter or rescue organization ALWAYS appreciates donations! There are donation bins located in the Rainbow stores – toss in a can or three for the animals in shelters who don’t have a family – yet – for Christmas.
The weather outside is frightful … well, it has actually been pretty nice during the day, but darn cold at night. Outdoor animals are seriously in need of warm shelter this time of year. If you have a feral cat colony in your area, some easy-to-build shelters might be in order. These would also help out your barn cats! Check out the directions for inexpensive cat shelters here – Build a feral cat shelter
The Redwood Complex Fire recovery efforts are still going strong, and still need your support. The local donation centers provide pet food and supplies along with items needed by families that were displaced by the fires. Check out the “needs” lists and get information on how to donate, or where to get help, at the Potter Valley/Redwood Valley Fire –Mendocino Lake Complex Facebook page.
Trivia – Our November winner was Diane Parker, with the correct answer that the first 40 guests at the Rainbow Holiday Party and Sale received a free gift bag! This month’s question: There are donation bins at Rainbow to collect … Enter Here!