Send a Valentine e-card and help homeless pets

February 10th, 2008


Send DOGGIE-MAIL or KITTY-MAIL before February 14 and Purina will donate .50 cents to help a homeless dog or cat. Each time you send a card, Purina donates.

You can choose a pet (cat or dog or upload your own photo), background, audio and props. It’s fun.

A warning though: you (not the recipient) will be added to Purina’s e-mail list when you send a card. It’s not so bad though, if you like pets. Plus, you can easily unsubscribe.

E-cards can be a great alternative to paper cards, but if you do go with a paper card this year, try the always-funny Recycled Greetings. I don’t have a complete list of where these cards are available, but I have seen them at Target. You can also call 1-800-777-9494 to get help in finding a retailer near you.

Image from Purina’s petcentric website.

2 Responses to “Send a Valentine e-card and help homeless pets”

  1. virginialeewrites on February 18, 2008 1:22 am

    I only sent cybercards this year. I wish I’d known about these, though, as all my recipients were animal fans. Ah well.

    By the way, a belated HAPPY <3 DAY ! ! ! 😀

  2. Peggy on February 18, 2008 5:21 am

    Hi Virginia.

    You can actually still send the dog/cat mail, but I believe the donations no longer apply.

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