to Donate 10% of Sales Toward Helping Homeless and Injured Pets in Oklahoma

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Mother Nature needs to take a doggy obedience class and learn how to behave! We have had far too many natural disasters and in each case, beloved pets get injured, become lost or worse. That is why as founder of Four Legged, I salute the efforts led by my pals at They immediately jumped in and are doing their part to help the pets affected by the Oklahoma tornado.

Details are posted below — together, we can make this a better planet for pets and their people! — Arden Moore to Donate 10% of Sales Toward Helping Homeless and Injured Pets in Oklahoma

Company seeks to help animals after a tornado claiming the lives of more than 20 people

NEW YORK (May 22, 2013) –In response to the recent natural disaster in Moore, Oklahoma, has announced that it will be donating 10 percent of its total sales this week toward helping the dogs and cats left without homes in the area.

The company will donate to the Pet Food Pantry of OKC, which is offering dog and cat food, leashes, collars, food bowls and other items to pet owners in need. Many pets and pet owners have been separated during the storm, and is doing what it can to help rescue these pets and hopefully reunite them with their owners.

“This disaster has had a devastating impact not only on the people who live there, but on their pets as well,” said Jared Katz, Vice President of Sales for “We feel it is part of our responsibility to do whatever we can to help out using the resources at our disposal, and we encourage our partner organizations in the area to do the same.” encourages any residents who find lost or homeless pets in the Moore area to call the local Animal Resource Center at 405-604-2892. The center, which is also offering shelter for displaced people temporarily, is located at 7949 S. I-35 Service Road in Oklahoma. The City of Moore Animal Control Department will collect information on lost and found pets, and can be reached at 405-793-5190.

In addition to the contributions, the company is also calling on its partner pet care providers in and around Moore to help care for injured and homeless animals.

On Monday, May 20, an EF-4 tornado touched down in Moore, with an estimated 24 people—including nine children—losing their lives and many more seriously injured, according to ABC News. Many dogs and cats have been left wandering the streets without homes, many of them suffering from injuries of their own. has a network of trusted pet care providers across North America, including near Moore. Pet owners use the website to find pet care services—such as dog walking, boarding and doggy daycare—close to where they live.

The Central Oklahoma Humane Society is currently hard at work rescuing and providing shelter to pets. To learn more and to make a contribution, visit


About allows pet owners to find local pet care service providers, such as pet sitters, dog walkers, boarders, groomers, doggy daycare facilities, pet waste removal services and more. To use the service, users can simply visit the website, fill out a brief online form and indicate which services they need. Shortly thereafter, the company’s local partners contact users with prices, references and any other relevant information. Learn more at

About is the leading strategic marketing company within the pet industry, providing significant value to both pet businesses and pet owners across North America. In addition to, the network includes,,,,, and FamilyPet’s integrated network provides resourceful and convenient destinations for pet owners looking for high-quality pet care services, products and information. To learn more, visit

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  1. This is a very touching article and may God bless the victims of the tornado in Oklahoma. How can donations be sent to help the uprooted pets, as well as the families who lost their homes?

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