Click2Feed with Hills Pets

We all know by now that I love animals… heck, I couldn’t even kill the tiny mouse that attacked my house last week (read about that here) and so when an offer comes by from Hills Pets I know that I have to take it.

For Christmas Hills Pets are feeding the hungry animals, yes, animals. Hundreds of cats and dogs are in shelters every month and so Hills is making a dent in the food bill by giving meals to charities. The best part is that you can nominate charities that you know of to receive this end of year cheer.

Have a look at this press release below, ‘like’ them on Facebook, follow them one Twitter, Tweet, Re-tweet and lets get feeding some fur babies!

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Click2Feed hungry pets with Hill’s

The festive season is one of the busiest times of year at animal shelters around the country. The Hill’s #Click2Feed campaign aims to give shelter pets a yummy Hill’s Christmas dinner. To donate a nutritious meal simply like Hill’s Pet Nutrition South Africa on Facebook (www.hillspet.co.za/Facebook) or Twitter (www.twitter.com/HillsPetSA) and share or retweet using the #Click2Feed hashtag.

You can nominate your favourite animal welfare charity as a recipient. The total meals accumulated will be shared between the five organisations with the most nominations.

The campaign is running until 27 November so what better time to become part of a pet loving community? Get clicking and help fill hungry tummies*.

For more information visit www.HillsPet.co.za/Facebook or Twitter www.twitter.com/HillspetSA or www.click2feed.co.za.

*Terms and conditions apply.

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