Rescuing cats is tough. Not every kitty that comes in off the street or out of the wild is healthy and hale. Some kitties come to care sick or injured. And an important part of their care is a nutritious diet. And because you shop with purrpose, you are a HUGE part of helping make sure rescue cats have all the food they need to heal and recover. In fact, you’re where the giving starts. When you shop with iHeartCats, every single purchase funds donations for felines in need.
Whether you purchase a cute cat shirt for yourself or supplements for your cat, that cart full of goodies gives compassion. Through our partnership with Greater Good Charities, we ensure shelter cats receive food and other necessities while waiting for their forever home. To date, the GOODS Program has delivered over 578 million meals to shelters and rescues nationwide. That’s more than 6,000 truckloads delivered to hungry animals!
Good Help for Healing and Budgets
Friends of Metro Animal Shelters in Oklahoma know all about hungry kitties, too! These dedicated animal lovers have rescued thousands of animals, and many of the felines who arrive are in rough shape when they get ahold of them.
“We often pull animals that are not at their best health-wise,” explained Friends of Metro. “The GOODS program allows us to help feed them a better diet than what they get at the shelter, thus helping them heal/get healthy.”
Just recently, a mother and her nine kittens arrived in their care sick and in desperate need of care. Through foster magic, medication, and donated food, this sick family was able to recover. And because of the donations they receive, Friends of Metro has more money left in the budget for the veterinary care so many rescue cats need.
So, GOODS for the win. More food given equals more cash for medicine! And this charity windfall couldn’t happen without you, cat lover. Do a little shopping for a whole lot of good!
Shop & Give Back!
The following products provide quality food for shelters and rescues, helping them reserve more of their precious funds for medical expenses, supplies, and spreading the word about their adoptable pups and kitties.