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Petcurean donates pet food to rescue shelters affected by Hurricane Michael

Many pets were left behind during evacuation, resulting in overcrowded and undersupplied animal shelters and rescue organizations

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Petcurean says it is donating 908 kg of pet food to two animal rescue organizations in Florida in the wake of Hurricane Michael.

The first half of the donation will go to the Justin Bartlett Animal Rescue in Royal Palm Beach, Fla., which have taken in animals from shelters and residents in the Florida Panhandle that fled the area due to the hurricane.

“As yet another devastating storm displaces people and their pets, we hope our contribution provides some form of comfort and aid to those impacted by Hurricane Michael’s destruction,” said Christine Mallier, PR & community relations manager at Petcurean.

The second 454 kg of pet food will be given to Alaqua Animal Rescue, located 113 km west of the storm’s path. It has been collecting supplies and providing boarding and medical assistance to animals affected by the storm.




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