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Halo, Purely for Pets Sponsors AdoptAShelter.com, Helping Holiday Shoppers Donate to Animal Shelters for Free


 

TAMPA, Fla. (December 5, 2013) (PetPR News Distribution) – Halo, Purely for Pets, Ellen DeGeneres’ natural pet food company, today announced it has become the exclusive pet food sponsor of AdoptAShelter.com, a shopping portal allowing consumers to donate to their favorite animal shelters at no cost to themselves – just by shopping at stores such as Amazon®, Petco, Best Buy, iTunes, Expedia, Lowes, and more.

“Helping shelter pets is part of our mission,” explained David Yaskulka, Halo’s vice president, marketing communications. “We wanted to help shoppers support animal shelters without having to take more money out of their own pockets. AdoptAShelter.com is a great way to support your favorite shelter for free.”


AdoptAShelter.com is an online Cash Rewards Mall featuring over 500 top-name merchants, from Amazon to Zazzle®. With no login or password needed, shoppers simply connect to their favorite online stores through AdoptAShelter.com, select their favorite shelter to receive a percentage of their shopping totals, and then shop as they normally would.  
“There is no pet food company more devoted to animal shelters than Halo,” said AdoptAShelter.com Founder Chris Ruben. “They are just an exemplary corporate citizen, and we are honored to work with them to help more animals in need. More than a thousand shelters, rescue and adoption organizations from across the United States have registered with AdoptAShelter.com, and we are adding more every day.”

Halo donates over 1.5 million meals of its Halo Spot’s Stew every year to shelter pets by sponsoring Freekibble.com. Halo also sponsors the PBS series “Shelter Me,” and donates more than five times the national corporate average through the Halo Pet Foundation, which sponsors national adoption campaigns with the Humane Society of the United States, ASPCA and more.

Pet parents can also shop for Halo natural pet products on AdoptAShelter.com through Petco.com, Amazon.com, Wag.com, Pet360.com (Pet Food Direct), Drugstore.com, OnlyNaturalPet.com and 1800PetMeds.com.

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