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Cat Lovers to Play New App Game that Donates World’s Best Cat Litter to Shelters


August 16, 2016

World’s Best Cat Litter has launched a new GiveLitter round that will allow four animal shelters to receive up to 6,000 pounds each of donated litter when people play PURRRSUIT, a new game app for iOS and Android devices.

Available for free download or for computer play at www.GiveLitter.com, PURRRSUIT challenges cat lovers to “pet” animated cats to make them purr. By keeping all the cats happy, players advance through the levels and donate more litter.

Individuals can play the game now and are encouraged to play as much as possible to ensure shelters receive the maximum donation.

The PURRRSUIT game is part of GiveLitter, a World’s Best Cat Litter charity that has donated more than 486,000 pounds of free litter to shelters across the country. World’s Best Cat Litter allowed local pet stores to nominate the shelters that they wanted to benefit from this round.

The shelters benefiting from the current round are Capital Area Humane Society, Crossroads Campus, Dunn County Humane Society and Oregon Humane Society.

“We are so excited to give cat lovers a game that makes it fun and easy to donate,” said Jean Broders, World’s Best Cat Litter Senior Brand Manager. “It was great to allow local pet stores to pick the shelters that benefit from the current round. They are dialed into their pet-loving communities and it means a lot to help them give back.”

The current round is part of a year-long GiveLitter bid that is aiming to donate 90,000 pounds of free litter to shelters across the country.

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