Movers for Mutts® Drive to Help Strays in Animal Shelters

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Movers for Mutts® Drive to Help Strays in Animal Shelters

Community-Supported Program Aids Homeless Animals This Fall

Triad, NC, September 17, 2018 — To assist animal shelters that house and support strays, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Winston Salem and TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Greensboro are hosting their annual Movers for Mutts collection drive this fall.

Pets are considered an important part of any family, but many strays living in animal shelters could use the community’s support in securing adequate amounts of food, toys, and everyday living essentials for pets in need. Especially after Hurricane Florence, the shelter’s supplies are going to be stretched thin as they work to help all of the abandoned and displaced pets.

Eye opening statistics from the ASPCA reveal that approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. Each year, approximately 3 million animals are euthanized.

We are partnering with businesses across the Triad to collect items for the Forsyth Humane Society and Humane Society of the Piedmont. These locations will serve as drop off points for essential pet items and will be collecting through the end of September.

Winston Salem Veterinary Hospital (5400 Indiana Ave)

Reynolda Veterinary Hospital (2600 Reynolda Rd)

Lawndale Veterinary Hospital (4314 Lawndale Ave)

Proformance Pet Supply (701 N. English St)

PetSense Greensboro (1608 Highlands Blvd)

Southwoods Animal Hospital (305 Randleman Rd)

All Pets Considered (2614 Battleground Ave)

Animal Ark Veterinary Hospital (3205 Brassfield Rd)

Necessary items for donation include:
Towels (new or gently used)
Dog/Puppy, Cat/Kitten food, both wet and dry
Metal food bowls
Non-clumping cat litter
Toys
Disposable baking pans
Trash bags
Animal carriers
Paper Towels/cleaning supplies

For additional information about Movers for Mutts, visit twomenandatruck.com/community-service.

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