The American Humane Association launched a program called "Be Kind to Animals " for the whole week of May 3-9, 2009. Home Again is donating $1 to bringpetshome.com for every pet registered to the program during this time frame. If you are a pet owner, Home Again is encouraging you to “be kind” to animals especially this week. Have your pet wear proper identification that cannot fall off and donate to the care of shelter animals. Here is the exciting part: For each pet registered, HomeAgain will make the donation through www.bringpetshome.com. This is a fund raising Web site specifically created to help shelter the animals found on the road. Visit Home Again Web Site , a company that protect pets with a portfolio of recovery and wellness services. They will donate and support a fundraising Web site specifically created to help shelter animals. This is a good cause that we should support. Register your pet now so that this company will give its donation. It is just easy to join. A portion of purchases made through this Web site goes to animal shelters for food and medical care. There is no additional cost to visitors. Did you know that Home Alone help recover 500,000 lost pets? That is true. They have a comprehensive national pet-recovery service. For an annual subscription fee, HomeAgain members have telephone access to pet-recovery specialists and 24/7 emergency medical assistance at 1-888-HomeAgain. The program also includes up to $3,000 in medical pet insurance for lost pets and up to $500 in reimbursable travel expenses for pets found more than 500 miles from home.
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