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    Help Tornado Devastated Alabama Pets (WBRC)

    Help Tornado Devastated Alabama Pets (WBRC)

    BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Collection drives are already underway to help the people impacted by the deadly tornadoes that tore through Lee County, Alabama. But pets need our help too.

    That’s why Pet Supplies Plus is gathering donations for the animals who may also be without a home, food, or have lost their owners to the storm.

    “It’s just really important to help. If you were in their shoes you would want to be helped, anything like that means the world,” says Remington Hill. He works at the Pet Supplies Plus in Pelham and says as soon as they heard about the storms, they knew they needed to help.

    The store has a history of community outreach, collecting supplies for local shelters and animal outreach organizations. For the next week, they will focus on donations for the Lee County Humane Society. The donations will then be distributed to the animals in need.

    Some of the donations needed:

    • Cat and Dog Food, dry or canned
    • Leashes and leads
    • Toys and Treats
    • Dog beds
    • Monetary donations

    “Anything helps. Coming in and donating a dollar, a 60 cent can, that’s a meal right there. So if you can scrounge up change through a couch or anything like that its more than welcome and will help more than they can believe,” says Hill.

    Donations are being accepted through March 10th at the Pelham, Homewood, Tuscaloosa and Mobile locations.

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    You Don't Have To Be Perfect To Be Beautiful

    We recently launched our "You Don't Have To Be Perfect To Be Beautiful" designs featuring Bear & Frida two beautiful and perfect animals. 

    Bear was hit by a car 3 years ago and lost both his eyes, leaving him completely blind. But that doesn’t stop him! Bear has become an ambassador for special needs dogs as well as pitbulls. He spends his days cuddling with his people, running around the yard, destroying toys, and spreading his message that special needs pets can live a happy life.

    Frida was found at a temple by the organization Soi Dog in Phuket Thailand. She had a broken jaw, and missing eye, the people of Soi dog picked her up got her some medical help. Her jaw had to be wired and eye had to be shut. Jessy (Her current owner) saw her pic online decided to reach out and adopt her.

    She filled out adoption papers did multiple facetime interviews, and within a few weeks we got lucky and got a flight volunteer named Jennifer to fly with Frida to the USA. Fridas  3 year anniversary will be next week. Frida now lives happy with her 3 other cat sisters. She is super lovable and a testament that true love conquers. Frida is now 4 years old.

    Below are the designs we created to showcase these lovely animals