Thanks to Best Friends Pet Care, they are for paws too.
“We’re so happy to be able to share the holiday with these needy pets,” said Renee Coughlin, Vice President of Marketing for Best Friends Pet Care. “We wish every dog could have a special treat on Thanksgiving, especially those waiting to be brought into a loving home.”
DogMa thinks this is pawsome and hopes the tradition continues until there are no more homeless pets.
And for those out there wishing to add a pet to their families,
please adopt from your local shelters and rescue groups.