Bounty Paper Towels is covering Best Friends’ adoption fees
SALT LAKE CITY — May is National Pet Month and Bounty Paper Towels is partnering with Best Friends Animal Society to cover pet adoption fees. From April 30 through May 31, Best Friends Lifesaving Center in Sugar House will have no adoption fees.
All pets are fixed, vaccinated, microchipped, and ready to go to a new home. The center is open to the public from 12 to 4 p.m. Sunday and Monday, and from 12 to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Available pets can be previewed at utah.bestfriends.org.
Jule Castle, CEO of Best Friends Animal Society, said May is one of the highest intake months for animal shelters around the country. That said, Castle is confident that having Bounty pick-up adoption feeds will help Best Friends get more pets into homes.
“We are honored to join Best Friends Animal Society to help save the lives of pets while helping pet parents everywhere,” said Janette Yauch, Vice President at Bounty.
Additionally, Yauch said that pet messes are no ordinary messes, and Bounty may help owners clean up faster.
More information on Best Friends Animal Society
Best Friends is a leading animal welfare organization. By 2025 it hopes to end the killing of dogs and cats in America’s shelters. It has helped reduce the number of animals killed in shelters from an estimated 17 million per year to 347,000. Furthermore, Best Friends runs programs all across the country, including the nation’s largest no-kill animal sanctuary.
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