Friday, November 8, 2013

Broward Meals on Wheels for Pets Food Drive

Hollywood Animal Hospital is once again teaming up with Broward Meals on Wheels (BMOW) to gather food for pets of homebound seniors throughout Broward County.  Last year the community donated 1000 lbs of food that was matched by the HAH and HAH partners, Purina and Hills pet food companies for a total of 2000 lbs of food donations.

"Hosting the HAH Annual Broward Meals on Wheels Food Drive for Pets is our opportunity to give back to the Hollywood community that has supported us for so many years. We were moved by the generosity of our clients and community last year and look forward to even greater success this year. We are deeply appreciative to both Hills and Purina food companies for their assistance in the Food Drive."

Donations of canned and dry foods for cats and dogs made from October 21 - December 14, 2013 will be matched pound for pound by HAH.

BMOW delivers pet food once a month to homebound seniors who need assistance taking care of their in-home pets. Pet food is provided through the generosity of community donations.

Just stop by with a donation of canned, dry or dehydrated food for cats or dogs. This year we are asking for a strong focus on cat food due to the needs of BMOW participants.

For additional information on BMOW, please visit


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