Pets.Love Donates 3% From Every Sale They Make to Pet Rescues

Pets.Love Donates 3% of Sales to Help Pets in Need

Pets.Love, an online pet store affiliated with PetRescue, has pledged to donate 3% of all its sales to support pets in need. According to owner Lisa Hudec, the company has always admired the work done by Pet Rescues to help pets in need, and they are thrilled to give back to organizations that have done so much good over the years.

Customers who purchase products from Pets.Love can now take comfort in knowing that with every purchase, they will not only receive the best pet products available online but also contribute to supporting pets in need.

Pets.Love was founded in 2022 with a mission to improve and save the lives of dogs and cats worldwide. The company is affiliated with PetRescue, a registered 501c3 public charity. Pets.Love offers a wide range of pet products and has over 12,000 shelters and rescue organizations to search for a furry best friend.

Pets.Love encourages customers to help them achieve their goals with a donation to help their cause. They aim to make the adoption process more seamless and easier for pet lovers. Whether looking to adopt a pet or just looking to help find a home for a pet that needs one, Pets.Love is here to help.

With over 11,000 shelters and rescue organizations, there is always a need for food and supplies. Customers can visit today to buy something for their own pet or donate to one in need through one of their wishlist campaigns. Pets.Love’s initiative to donate 3% of all its sales to support pets in need is a great step in the right direction and demonstrates their commitment to animal welfare.

Pets.Love pledges 3% of sales to support pets in need. Customers can buy products or donate through wishlist campaigns.

Pets.Love aims to make the adoption process easier and improve the lives of dogs and cats worldwide.


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