Scituate, Rhode Island: Elderly Pet Organization Estate Sale Fundraiser to Benefit Senior Pets

The Elderly Pet Organization, a 501C3 nonprofit organization, will be hosting an estate sale fundraiser on Saturday, October 22 from 9AM – 2PM at 780 Central Pike in North Scituate, to benefit senior pets. Please NO EARLY BIRDS. (Sunday cancelled due to weather)

Items for sale include:

  • furniture
  • a restored bowling arcade machine
  • artwork
  • wall decor
  • home décor items
  • kitchen items
  • holiday items
  • costume jewelry
  • vintage items
  • electronics
  • collectibles
  • home health aids
  • exercise equipment 
  • trading cards
  • CRT gaming monitors – free
  • Working Golden Tee Fore arcade game $600
  • Working World Class Bowling Deluxe fully restored arcade game $700

No clothing or baby items.

We are liquidating an entire estate (too many items to list or photograph individually) and also selling many donated items. Many items are brand new. Street parking only.  

There will be free dog treats donated by Bocce’s Bakery and free pet supplements donated from Pet Wellbeing available for any sale and/or donation made – while supplies last.

Cash, credit cards, and Venmo @Elderlypet are accepted.

Below are some of the furniture items we have for sale – some are off site in Greenville and we can make arrangements for pickup. See furniture listings on Craigslist   

Special thanks to Frank’s Rentals of Johnston for donating the display tables. 


Special thanks to our sponsors Bocce's Bakery and Pet Wellbeing. Treats and Supplements available with any donations and/ or purchases. (while supplies last)

About Us

The Elderly Pet Organization is a 501C3 non profit organization whose mission is to provide information and education about senior pets. Our goal is to end senior pet abandonment and premature euthanization, while increasing senior pet adoptions throughout the US. We accept donations of unwanted items, as well as cash donations to help us with our cause. Read more about us.

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