Our Wish List



Cleaning & Maintenance Supplies

  • Bleach
  • Glass Cleanerdeck-scrubber-brush-complete.400x42051bJaFHxPPL._SX342_
  • Clorox-Cleanup
  • Clorox/Disinfecting Wipes
  • Dish Detergent
  • Laundry Detergent (He)
  • Dryer Sheets
  • Scrubbing Sponges
  • Washcloths
  • Dishtowels92259
  • Paper Towels
  • Kitchen size trash bags
  • Kitchen Brooms
  • Mop Heads
  • Deck Scrubbers

Raisins5Treats/Special Foods

    • Honey
    • Raisins
    • Craisins
    • Dried Apricots
    • Prunes
    • Figs
    • Quaker Oats
    • Flavored Oatmeal
    • UNSALTED Peanuts


Toys for the Animals

Our animals can be pretty tough on toys. All of the toys we use with the animals are rigorously tested and first approved by our veterinarian. Kong toys and treat balls are great for our smaller cats and critters, but bears and pumas need their toys to be practically indestructible. Here a few websites if you’d like to get some toys for the “big guys”…yep…they’re a little pricey, but they’ll last a lifetime!

Boomer Ballred-kong-toys

Wildlife Toy Box



Kong Toys can be found in local departments stores and pet stores.

spears_s40_pvc_fittingsTrash to Treasure

Don’t throw away your paper towel or toilet tissue tubes! We can use them to make novel, disposable food puzzles for the animals. We can also use spray bottles that work, scrap wood over three(3) feet in length and scrap PVC and connectors..also to make food puzzles!


If you’d like to arrange a drop off…

Monday through Friday, you can call the zoo office at 856-453-1658. Items can be left at the Recreation Office on Mayor Aitken Drive at the foot of Scholastic Drive or someone at the office can arrange for a keeper to meet you at the zoo. Saturdays & Sundays, you can track down a keeper (sometimes difficult because of their excellent camouflage skills). The 2pm keeper chat may be your best bet on a weekend.

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