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World’s Best Cat Litter Donates 3,500 Pounds of Litter To Shelters




(PRESS RELEASE) MUSCATINE, IA – To support Adopt A Cat month, World’s Best Cat Litter donated 3,500 pounds of litter to seven animal shelters through their GiveLitter charity initiative.

World’s Best Cat Litter knows animal shelters are on the frontlines of animal adoption and need support to help place millions of cats in their forever homes. To aid adoption efforts, Give Litter donated 500 pounds of litter to seven partner shelters in need: Idaho Humane Society (ID), Bloomington Animal Care & Control (IN), Eau Claire County Humane Association (WI), AnimalKind (NY), Charleston Animal Society (SC), Utah Humane Society (UT) and Homeward Pet Adoption (WA).

“At World’s Best Cat Litter, a top priority is supporting shelter cats, so they can one day find a forever home,” said Jean Broders, senior brand manager, Kent Pet Group. “GiveLitter allows us to provide aid to the hardworking shelters that need this litter to keep helping cats.”

Launched in 2010, GiveLitter has supported animal shelters and cat adoption by donating over 662,000 pounds of litter to shelters across the country. In June, the Give Litter initiative identified seven shelters who were eager to participate and grateful for the timing of the donation. Kim Halstead, Marketing & Communications Specialist for Homeward Pet Adoption Center in Woodville, Washington, is especially thankful for the delivery. “We can’t thank World’s Best enough for their generous donation—especially during kitten season,” said Halstead. “We go through hundreds of pounds of litter taking care of about 500 kittens each year, and their donation makes a big difference in the lives of these homeless kittens and cats.”



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