Did you know every purchase you make from iHeartCats funds donations for cats in need? That’s right; when you shop with us, you ensure cats in need get the food they need to live healthy lives. Whether it’s feral cat colonies or felines in shelters, you’re helping make kitty lives better through your great taste and generous heart.
Whether you purchase a cute cat shirt for yourself or supplements for your cat, that cart full of iHeartCats‘ 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.
A Good Mom Cat
Mavis is among the many felines at Purple Power Animal Welfare Association fed with these donations. And this mom cat wants to take a second to say thanks for giving her and her two kittens a chance because, as PPAWS shared, Mavis came into their care “very pregnant and sick.”
The delivery was difficult, and only two kittens survived. But Mavis was able to be the best mom cat to her little survivors thanks to the nutritious donations PPAWS received from the GOODS Program.
“With medical care and good nutrition, she was able to nurse her two babies,” PPAWS explained. “The Nacho and Meow Mix food that the GOODS Program donated to us has helped them grow up to be beautiful, healthy kitties!”
Mavis and her kittens are just one success story out of so many at PPAWS. Through all of us working together to get these donations rolling, lots of lucky kitties are finding their happy endings.
“The donations that we receive from the GOODS Program has made it possible for us to save many more cats and kittens that otherwise wouldn’t have a chance to find their forever homes.”
So, get to shopping, cat lover… there are more cats and kittens to feed!
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.