IFAW Partners with PetFlow.com to Help Animals in Need

Thursday, 13 January, 2011
Yarmouth Port
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW; www.ifaw.org) has partnered with online pet food retailer PetFlow.com for an exciting new offer. For every new customer that signs up and creates a food-delivery schedule, PetFlow.com will donate $40 to IFAW.  

“A $40 donation can go a long way towards assisting one of IFAW’s many efforts across the globe,” said Fred O’Regan, President and CEO, IFAW. “It could vaccinate 20 street dogs in Bali to prevent rabies, or it would provide enough formula to feed an orphan elephant in India for an entire week. This money could also provide a uniform, work boots, and backpack for a ranger protecting elephants and other wildlife. Thanks to PetFlow.com, each and every donation can help change an animal’s life.”   

PetFlow.com is a new site for pet owners to shop for dog and cat food from the convenience of their homes. PetFlow.com carries over 70 different  premium pet food brands, and allows its customers to create a customizable auto-delivery schedule, saving time and energy getting heavy bags home from the store. To show their appreciation for IFAW’s supporters, PetFlow.com has agreed to provide free shipping for any order over $59. All you have to do is check out with the code “IFAW” and shipping will be waived, provided your purchase meets the minimum requirement.

To get started and make your contribution, visit PetFlow.com.  

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