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pawTree Feeds 5,000 Pets Displaced Due to Hurricane Harvey

Sep 08, 2017 09:05AM ● Published by Audrey Sellers

pawTree, a maker of customized pet kibble, treats and more, is helping pets displaced due to Hurricane Harvey by donating pet food to feed approximately 5,000 dogs and cats for two weeks. The company is working in connection with the American Pet Products Association, Pet Leadership Council, the City of Houston, City of Dallas and Texas Retailers Association. Half of the food will be distributed in Dallas, where rescued animals are being routed, and half will go to Houston.

“We are honored to help and are very saddened for the loss and disruption this has caused so many families,” said pawTree founder and CEO Roger Morgan via press release. “Our company mission is to make a difference in the lives of pets and their people, and we know this will make a valuable difference in this time of need.”

 


 

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