Most Heartwarming Story Contest
Thank you to Helen Woodward Animal Center for sharing this wonderful story of pet adoption from their Most Heartwarming Story Contest . Abby and Duncan’ story was submitted by The Animal Rescue League of Elk Grove, an Iams Home 4 the Holidays participating organization, in 2007.
Abby and Duncan’s Story [Read more…]
Boots Adoption Story
Thank you to Helen Woodward Animal Center for sharing this wonderful story of pet adoption from their Most Heartwarming Story Contest . Boot’s story was submitted by The Society to Protect Animals, an Iams Home 4 the Holidays participating organization, in 2007.
Happiness for a Blind Kitten
Mercy the cat’s heartwarming adoption story.
Thank you to Helen Woodward Animal Center for sharing this wonderful story of pet adoption from their Most Heartwarming Story Contest . It was submitted by Greenbrier Humane Society, an Iams Home 4 the Holidays participating organization, in 2008.
Super Hurrah! Our 2011 total is:
47,025 Meals to Feed our Cousins in Need!
Thank you for uniting our small paws to make a big difference!
Iams Home 4 the Holidays 2011 is Underway!
It’s One of The Most Wonderful Times of The Year here at our The Tiniest Tiger’s Conservation Cub Club, because we are able to help feed our cousins in need!!
Helen Woodward has partnered with Iams to make Home 4 the Holidays a worldwide movement. This year’s goal is to adopt 1.5 million animals and donate 5 million bowls of food to shelters in need and we can be a part of this movement again this year!
Last year we did a super terrific job by providing 32,375 Meals for our Cousins in Need! Everyone pitched in and helped by leaving a comment and uploading cute photos of your furry loved ones on The Tiniest Tiger’s facebook page.
In fact, we did such a great job last year, our Friends at Iams are doubling the donation from 25 Meals to 50 Meals donated when you post a comment here on our Conservation Cub Club below this post. That’s all you have to do honest!
Here are the ways you can help feed our cousins in need.
Each comment is worth 50 Meals:
We generated 10,200 Meals for our cousins in need!
When You Show Your Support by Joining the Iams Blogging 4 Bowls Blog Hop
Iams will Donate 100 Meals!
Iams Home 4 The Holidays Kicks Off Its’ 13th Annual Pet Adoption And Bags 4 Bowls Program
Iams Home 4 the Holidays, one of the world’s largest pet adoption programs, kicks off its annual adoption drive today in partnership with Helen Woodward Animal Center, with the goal of finding homes for 1.5 million orphaned pets. Now in its 13th year, the program, which runs from October 1, 2011 through January 3, 2012, has helped 5.8 million pets find loving homes all around the world.
Iams and Helen Woodward Animal Center are teaming up again this year with more than 3,500 animal organizations worldwide to encourage pet adoption. In addition, Iams will also donate 5 million meals to animals in need at adoption and rescue centers through its Bags 4 Bowls program.
While finding loving homes for orphaned pets is critical and the core of the program, the campaign is also designed to provide shelters and rescue centers with much needed food donations. With the help of consumers, the Iams Bags 4 Bowls program aims to donate 5 million meals to animals housed in participating organizations.
A few weeks ago, my mom and Flat Gracey, my stunt double, had the privilege of meeting Mike Arms, president of
the Helen Woodward Animal Center in San Diego. The Helen Woodward Animal Center is an amazing, private, non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of animals.
You might recognize the name from our participation in the Iams Home 4 the Holidays! Last year our small paws united to provide 32,375 meals for our cousins in need! The Helen Woodward Animal Center has partnered with Iams to make the Home 4 the Holidays a worldwide movement! Get ready to pounce again this year
Mike Arms is a super smart big hearted animal lover and is leading the way by setting the bar for animal centers. Notice that he does not use the word animal shelter, he uses the word animal center. The Helen Woodward Animal Center is an all-inclusive “center” that provides for the community’s animals, people and education of children.