Doggy Food And Blanket Drive In Denver

 |  Dec 3rd 2008  |   0 Contributions

If you live in the Denver, Colorado area here is a great way to help out some very needy dogs. It doesn't cost much, only a can/bag of food or a blanket, and will make a big difference for these homeless animals.

The drive is in conjunction with American Humane Association and runs from December 1st to the 12th, so you have still have plenty of time to donate.

Hard economic times are taking their toll on everyone -- including pets. Shelters and rescue groups are overcrowded and in even more need of basic supplies.

To help, the American Humane Association and 20th Century Fox's new movie "Marley & Me" -- based on the best-selling book about a family and its rambunctious Labrador retriever -- are teaming up this holiday season to support Denver area animal shelters and rescue groups through the "12 Days of Marley -- Dog Food & Blanket Drive."

The Denver area community is urged to drop off unopened bags and cans of dog food or clean blankets at one of 65 participating locations, including Denver metro area Suncor Energy/Phillips 66 sites and independently owned pet stores. Suncor Energy/Phillips 66 sites will also host a donation drive at the cash registers of its Denver area locations, so patrons can opt to make monetary donations as well. The pet food drive will run Dec. 1-Dec. 12, 2008. Select locations will participate throughout December.

To learn all the details on how to help and participating drop off locations visit the American Humane site. Thanks in advance to all the generous Dogsters out there.


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