TailsSpin Collects Supplies for Homeless Vets and Pets


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TailsSpin Pet Food and Accessories and its parent company, Bentley’s Pet Stuff, collected much-needed supplies and food for homeless veterans and their pets in Savannah, Ga. and greater Chatham County with help from Animal Supply Company, the Border Pawtrol Disc Dog Team and VFW Post 660.

More than 2,000 lbs of dog and cat food were collected along with blankets, treats, toys and personal hygiene items to assist homeless veterans and their pets.

“We are so humbled and proud to be a part of helping our homeless veterans and their pets, especially during these cold winter months," said Lisa Senafe of Bentley’s Pet Stuff. “We hope this little bit can help veterans and their pets stay healthy, warm and—more importantly—stay together.”

“We recognize that sometimes these homeless veterans have no choice but to live under freeways or trees to be with their pets,” said Jeff Manley, co-owner of TailsSpin. “Too often they find that they are not allowed to bring their pets inside the shelters.”

 

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