Thousands of newborns will receive milk replacers and supplements through the donation
Pet-Ag, a manufacturer of newborn milk replacements, donated 33 tons of milk replacers and nutritional supplements to newborn kittens and puppies impacted by Hurricane Ian. The manufacturer partnered with Greater Good Charities to reach the animals in Florida that needed these products, resulting in $1.2 million in retail value being donated to these animals in need.
“Everyone at Pet-Ag is passionate about animals and ensuring that our pets have the best chances at healthy and happy lives.” expressed Andrea Henderson, vice president of marketing, in an organizational release.1 “Pet-Ag is happy to have the opportunity to provide life-saving nourishment to puppies and kittens who became orphans during the hurricane.”
Along with these donations, Pet-Ag launched a social media campaign that helped raise over 8,500 meals for newborn kittens and puppies.1 The meals will be distributed through organizations along the east coast such as Pet-Alliance of Greater Orlando, Pet Rescue by Judy, Paws Humane Society, Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach, and SPCA of Florida.
The donations made by Pet-Ag will provide products, KMR for kittens and Esbilac for puppies, to the animals who need nourishment and infant animals that were separated from their mothers.
Pet-Ag Provides Over $1 Million Dollars Worth of Products to Feed Newborn Puppies and Kittens Impacted by Hurricane Ian. News release. Pet-Ag. October 20, 2022. Accessed October 21, 2022.