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Purina ONE®, along with partners North Shore Animal League America and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, will sponsor the "Purina ONE Tour For Heroes." The life-saving tour will engage consumers with simple yet meaningful ways to help make a difference in their communities, encouraging them to be heroes in the lives of shelter pets.
From February 3rd through February 26th, North Shore Animal League America, will drive the Purina ONE mobile unit across the country traveling to 11 cities from San Francisco to New York, stopping at local animal shelters to set up temporary food banks and adoption events, where free Purina ONE pet food will be distributed. Their mission: Feed, Share, Save – feeding pets, sharing hope, saving lives.
The Animal League would like to invite you to read the adventures of drivers James Gleason and Stephen Gruber in their Tour For Heroes Blog.
We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day for our final event on the Purina ONE® Tour For Heroes. The last stop has brought us to Port Washington, New York with North Shore Animal League America, the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization. The community welcomed us with open arms and great appreciation. In addition to the wide variety of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens for adoption, we also had families excited about the Tour and looking to provide permanent, loving homes to the precious pets on the Tour mobile unit.
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Well, we’ve arrived at our 10th stop on the Purina ONE Tour For Heroes here in historic New Orleans, Louisiana. The Southern Animal Foundation rolled out the red carpet for us and we had a great event right on the sidewalk. Classic New Orleans with wrought iron balconies, friendly faces and wagging tails everywhere.
From store merchants to the pet parents in this great city, everyone was so grateful for all the Purina ONE giveaways as well as the dog and cat food. There were some great dogs on the Mobile Unit who found their loving homes. Inside the shelter, there was a... Read more...