Send Free Food to Shelter Pets with a Tweet

Feed a shelter cat with a  tweet - skeezix visits kittens at the Dayton OH shelter

Hey evrybuddy, Skeezix here.

A couple of yeers ago, I vizited a bunch of kittens at the Dayton Ohio county shelter. Boy, those kittehs were all over me — I felt like Justin Beeber!

Win I wuz thare, I lernd that many shelters rely upon the big pet food cumpanies like Iams and Eukanuba for support to feed the animals in thare care. Without this help, the amount of time each animal has to git adopted before it gits sent to the sausage factory is vary short. With extra food, the shelters can keep more animals longer, which also inkreeses the chances that lost pets git reunited with thare famlies.

Today, my frends at Petside are holding a speshul event: Pet ‘Net 2011!

By taking any of the following simple steps today (11/16), Iams Home 4 The Holidays and their Bags 4 Bowls initiative will donate boles of food to local shelters in honor of Pet ‘Net 2011!

Here’s How You Do It

1. Tweet @Iams with the Pet ‘Net hastag #IHeartShelterPets and Iams Home 4 The Holidays and their Bags 4 Bowls initiative will donate 25 boles of food to local shelters.

2. “Like” Petside’s Facebook Page to earn 25 additional boles of food AND…

3. Share your adoption story on dating men over 50 for the chance to be featured on as a story!

4. VOTE for your favorite blog on our Pet ‘Net 2011 Hub Page! Petside will donate $500 to the winning blogger’s shelter of choice.

At the end of the day Petside will tally how many boles of food were earned during Pet ‘Net 2011! Get sharing!

*By “liking” Petside’s Facebook page, you will receive periodic updates in your Newsfeed. You can “unlike” the page if you no longer wish to receive these updates.


As a consideration for mentioning Iams’ promotions, mousebreath occasionally receives payment in the form of free cat food or other perqs. Iams does not dictate the content of said posts. All opinions are our own.


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox

Join other followers