Cincinnati business partners with tri-state animal shelter
Pet Wants, a Cincinnati pet nutrition company, is partnering with the Cincinnati Animal CARE Humane Society on a donation drive for both dog and cat food. Pet Wants will provide a two-for-one matching donation for each pound of Pet Wants food purchased and donated to the shelter. Donation food can be purchased at Pet Wants locations at Findlay Market or at 1409 Vine Street in Cincinnati; or at the website petwantscincy.com under “Donation Food”. The drive started August 3rd and runs through Labor Day, Monday September 6th.
The need for pet food at the shelter always exists, but has become more acute recently as Cincinnati Animal CARE has found itself to be over-capacity. Intake of dogs and cats remains high, but adoptions have slowed over the summer.
“We saw that Cincinnati Animal CARE had a critical need for food for their shelter animals, and we are delighted to be able to help them with this two-for-one donation,” says Pet Wants founder Michele Hobbs.
Pet Wants was founded in 2010 by Hobbs and Amanda Broughton. This local small business believes it survived the pandemic and the subsequent exponential growth of online food distributors with outstanding customer service, and with the free delivery of locally made fresh products to over 1800 homes in Cincinnati. Pet Wants remains steadfastly committed to improving the lives of pets by providing fresh, high-quality, nutritious foods. Learn more from their website, http://petwantscincy.com.
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