The United States Postal Service Presents “Stamps to the Rescue” to Help Homeless Pets

Per the United States Postal Service, “In celebration of the new Animal Rescue: Adopt a Shelter Pet stamps, the Postal Service™, together with Ellen DeGeneres and Halo: Purely for Pets, is giving shelter pets around the country a First-Class Meal.” Visit http://www.stampstotherescue.com to buy the adorable Animal Rescue dog and cat 44¢ stamps. You buy the stamps, Halo buys the food for 1 million shelter pets. Photos of five cats and five dogs who were adopted from shelters are featured on these Animal Rescue stamps.

We purchased our stamps. Help homeless dogs and cats by buying yours. It costs the same as other stamps, but you are not just buying stamps – you are buying lives.

The United States Post Office has other Animal Rescue products which you can purchase to help homeless dogs and cats. These include mugs, coasters, and art.

Other “Stamps to the Rescue” supporters include the Ellen Degeneres Show, Halo Purely for Pets, PetFinder.com, American Humane, AdoptAPetGifts.com, and the Humane Society of the United States.

 

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One Response to “The United States Postal Service Presents “Stamps to the Rescue” to Help Homeless Pets”

  1. Get Back With Your Ex Says:

    Dogs are pretty amazing animals, right? You can easily train them, work with them and make friends with them. But that does not really apply to all because there are some dogs out there that tend to become very strict and they only obey to their owners.

    It is nice to know that despite of the fact that they can hurt people, many individuals still love to have one. It is their cuteness and their charm that makes people want to have them while they are still puppies.

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