|Our washing machine eats bath towels for breakfast.|
The organization I work for is having a charity drive to collect bath towels and bedsheets for the local humane society. Did you know that animal shelters need those extra bath towels and sheets you've been trying to get rid of? I sure didn't. Great timing too, because our washer decided to have a bath towel for a snack this week.
We own 9 bath towels.
2 for The Husband
2 for me
2 for guests
We want 8. It may seem like a lot, but it ends up being just enough when The Husband's family or mine all come to visit. This happens 4-6 times a year so it makes sense for us to have eight towels when there are five people who all want showers and three of them have long hair and don't own hair dryers. Towel #9 is now keeping a cat or dog warm and dry.
Oh, and we threw in the dirty pillowcase in the picture too. The shelters aren't picky about stains or material. Make a homeless cat or dog a little more comfortable and clean out your linen closet at the same time. You can find a shelter near you by using the following websites: