PetSmart Charities Helping Cedar Rapids Pets

Courtesy PetSmart Charities

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By Becky Ogann

PetSmart Charities will dispatch its Emergency Relief Waggin' stocked with emergency pet supplies to Cedar Rapids, Iowa today to help the pet victims of recent flooding. The 53-foot trailer contains enough pet products, food and supplies to support up to 500 companion animals.

The trailer will be dispatched from PetSmart's Ottawa, Illinois distribution center loaded with food, crates, beds, bowls and other items required for the animal relief effort. The ER Waggin' will be received by the City of Cedar Rapids at the Kirkwood Community College, 6301 Kirkwood Blvd. S.W. in Cedar Rapids later today.

Additionally, PetSmart Charities will be donating pet food and supplies to the City of Waverly, Iowa, the Brown County Humane Society in Indiana and the Dodge County Humane Society in Wisconsin.

The public can make a tax-deductible donation to help support the rescue and pet victims of the Midwest flooding and future disasters in one of two ways:

Make a credit card donation via the PetSmart Charities Web site at:
www.PetSmartCharities.org

Mail in a check donation directly to:
PetSmart Charities
Attn: Emergency Relief
19601 North 27th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85027
(Please write "Emergency Relief" in the memo section on the check.)

PetSmart Charities provides immediate emergency relief funding and supplies to assist pets affected by hurricanes, earthquakes, fire and other natural disasters. PetSmart Charities also provides emergency relief for pet victims of man-made emergencies including pet hoarding situations and puppy mill rescues.

Funds raised will be used to aid pets affected by this rescue and other future disasters.

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