October 29, 2014

Caru Pet Foods has donated multiple pallets of their Natural Stews to six Chicago rescues and animal care facilities. The donations totaled 5,700 pounds of food.

The facilities include Tender Loving CareChicago Anti-Cruelty SocietyK9 4 KeepsChicago Canine RescuePet Project Rescue and One Tail at a Time.

“Caru is really living up to its name which means ‘to love’ in Welsh,” said Adrian Pettyan, Caru CEO and co-founder.

One Tail at a Time allocated a large portion of their Caru Natural Stews to the local Animal Care and Control and Project Rescue Chicago shared with Animal Welfare League’s Chicago intake facility and Be Fido’s Friend.

Not only does this generous stock of donated product help feed animals currently awaiting homes, it will help feed future pets in need too. That’s because Caru’s Natural Stews are packaged in Tetra Pak packaging, making them shelf stable for up to two years. Additionally, its compact, rectangular shape makes stacking and storing easy.

The company looks forward to supporting other rescues and shelters in the future.

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