NOVI, Mich., Oct. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- smartpetlove today announced their donation of pet products valued at over $220,000 to benefit animals during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and Irma. (Click to tweet)
The SPCA of Texas, Houston Pets Alive, Jacksonville Humane Society, Friends of Clay County, and the Center for Great Apes were all selected to receive items to help the animals in their care following the devastation left by both hurricanes.
A total of 3,000 snuggle blankets and 4,640 snuggle beds were donated across all of the charities to provide comfort to the animals impacted by the hurricanes. (Click to tweet)
"Our thoughts are with the animals and people both affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma," said Rob Emery, CEO, "We wanted to provide some comfort to the animals whose lives were drastically changed after the hurricanes. Many of our products are designed to help ease stress and anxiety in pets, so we thought the snuggle beds and blankets could make a difference."
The snuggle blankets and snuggle beds are designed to provide warmth and comfort during times of anxiety or stress. They are made with ultra-soft fleece, are long-lasting, and machine washable.
Our pets are more than just pets, they're family. At smartpetlove, we don't just understand that, we live it. We tap into the growing knowledge base in animal psychology to create smarter and more effective ways to care for our customers' furry family members. We design all of our products to speak to a pet's natural instincts in ways that alleviate anxiety, provide comfort and calm, promote play, and strengthen the bond between pet and pet parent to help create happy, harmonious homes. For more information, visit us at www.smartpetlove.com.