Kriser’s Natural Pet, Wings of Rescue and The Honest Kitchen Collaborate on Freedom Flights

July 22, 2016

Kriser’s Natural Pet, along with its pack of employees and customers, has raised more than $20,000 to help save more than 200 pets from kill shelters, flying them to freedom aboard Wings of Rescue flights.

The sponsored pets were airlifted from Southern California’s high intake shelters, where they were in danger of being euthanized, to rescue shelters in New Jersey, Massachusetts and Washington. Kriser’s approved brand The Honest Kitchen will send these pets home with a voucher for a free box of natural pet food to get their new lives started.

The Honest Kitchen produces a line of 100% Human Grade dehydrated whole foods for dogs and cats, which are made with love in a human food facility, and consistently supports charitable efforts throughout the year via its Pawlanthropy program.

Wings of Rescue safely airlifted the at-risk shelter dogs and cats to new loving homes in the Pacific Northwest and East Coast. With almost three million animals being euthanized annually in municipal shelters nationwide, Wings of Rescue is making a tangible difference by flying at-risk, homeless, adoptable pets to places where there is demand for these companion animals. Additionally, aboard these flights, the 20,000th pet was flown to safety since Wings of Rescue’s inception.

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