Kiss Me, I'm Rescued is a PetHub photo contest literally illustrating the human/animal bond, and in the end the winner will receive $10,000 to donate to their favorite non-profit pet organization. All you need to do is upload photos of a family member kissing their best pal (or their best pal kissing them) by May 26.
"Who Rescued Whom?" is a question often asked in reference to the bond formed between human and newly adopted animal. PetHub celebrates this bond in its newest campaign, "Kiss Me I'm Rescued." The fun, social media based photo contest, calls for photos of a smooch between a pet and their human, and for each entry PetHub will donate $1 to Winn Feline Foundation, Military Working Dog Adoptions or Petfinder Foundation. In addition, PetHub is giving additional $5 donations for purchases of specially selected tags and collars from its award winning pet identification product collection.
PetHub is a way to ID pets and help lost pets find their ways home using 'high-tech:"
The "Kiss Me I'm Rescued" campaign also includes 15 of PetHub's most popular QR ID products. These products are not only discounted from now through June 15, but each purchase of these special tags and collars will trigger an additional $5 donation to one of the three national animal charities partnered in the campaign. More details can be found on PetHub's special "Kiss Me" page here.
Here are the Non-Profits to benefit:
Winn Feline Foundation
The first organization to join in the campaign was Winn Feline Foundation, an organization dedicated to the health and welfare of all cats, along with their champion. There isn't a cat who hasn't benefited from research which the Winn Feline Foundation has funded for over 40 years, from infectious disease to issues relating to cats in shelters to heart disease to diabetes or kidney disease -- the Winn Feline Foundation supports cat health. I set up the Ricky Fund to support studies for heart disease (feline hypertrophic cardiomyopathy), and through dollars raised there have been some answers, but many more are needed.
Military Working Dog Adoptions
Military Work Dog Adoptions was established for the purpose of making the Retiring Military Working Dog adoption process easier so these veterans can find a forever home. The commitment is to insure these canine soldiers (the word hero applies) receive the care they deserve after retirement, as well as a loving family.
Petfinder Foundation, supports the 13,700+ shelters and rescue groups who post their adoptable pets on Petfinder.com. Through cash and product grants, their mission is to ensure that no adoptable pet is euthanized for lack of a home, a mission that closely aligns with PetHub's own. No doubt, petdinder.com is responsible for placing more pets into home than any group, ever.
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