PureBites Donates $500,000 Worth of Dog and Cat Treats


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PureBites donated over $500,000 worth of treats, food and toppers to the ASPCA and the Toronto Humane Society to support pets and pet parents in need amid COVID-19. 

The donation will provide over 800,000 treats and 13,000 meals to help pets stay healthy. While many have more time to welcome a new pet into their lives, with lost jobs and hardships experienced due to the coronavirus, individuals and animal rescue organizations are faced with financial restraints, limited resources and are in need of additional support to continue to keep animals healthy and safe.

“We are hearing so many great stories about people adopting pets during these difficult times,” said Marc Cathcart, president of Pure Treats Inc., the makers of PureBites. “Giving away PureBites treats or food to new pet parents will only help foster the human animal bond. We are hoping that this donation will bring some joy to people and their pets because we all need a little cheer right now.”

 

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