The pet food donations were divided between the Stokes County Animal Shelter, Animal Rescue of Stokes County and the Stokes County Humane Society. 2011 marks the third year PSI has hosted the Hungry Bowl Pet Food Drive.
“PSI appreciates the local businesses and individuals that supported this year’s efforts,” said Patti Moran, PSI president. “In the current economy, these donations are more important than ever and the recipients will put this pet food to good use to help local pets in need.”
Pet food donations were collected by PSI, The Stokes News, Beyond Salon & Day Spa, the King locations of Lowe’s Foods and Food Lion, King City Hall, Farm Bureau, King Veterinary Hospital, Bank of the Carolinas, Coffee Tea and Me and Pampered Pooch Groomers.
“We have fed close to, if not over, 1,000 animals since this time last year and the number of pets we are feeding grows each month,” Mona Triplett, Executive Director of the Stokes County Humane Society, said. “The Hungry Bowl Pet Food Drive comes at the perfect time for us and we appreciate all of the help for Stokes County pets.”
PSI’s local Hungry Bowl Pet Food Drive is part of the association’
To learn more about PSI and its annual Hungry Bowl Pet Food drive, visit http://www.petsit.com.
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