There are so many cats and dogs out there looking for their forever homes, but so often they’re waiting in the shadows. It can be tough to see these animals behind a cage, but the more we can get their cute furry faces out there, the more likely someone will spot their next fluffy partner in crime.
One pizza place wanted to do their part to help these pets get a second chance at life in a new home, and shared their pictures on their pizza boxes for everyone to see!
They Spread Awareness For These Pets Through Flyers
It might seem simple, but a small act can go a long way, especially for these pets who are looking for a loving home. The Niagara County SPCA is located in Niagara Falls, New York, and teemed up with Just Pizza & Wing Co. in Amherst to get these furry faces out to the public.
The Campaign Was A Success
Many people found the campaign as a great way to find their next pet, and even if they couldn’t adopt the dogs themselves, they could at least pass the flyer along to someone who could. After just the first day of the campaign, the shelter was able to see their first adoption.
The Pizza Place Went Above And Beyond
Just Pizza & Wing Co. isn’t your average pizza place. the owner of the franchise, Mary Alloy, actually was a volunteer at the Niagara County SPCA. After seeing all of these adorable dogs and cats behind their cages, she wanted to do something to help them find their forever homes.
You Actually Get More Than Just A Pet
As if there needs to be any more of a reason to adopt one of these amazing animals, but Just Pizza & Wing Co. offered a $50 gift certificate to anyone who adopted the pets featured on their pizza boxes. It’s a small extra gesture, but anything to help these pets is worth it.
Customers Were Quick To Praise The Business
The Niagara Country SPCA’s Facebook page blew up with comments from customers old and new with people praising the business. Sure, a loving home needs more than just a family who enjoys pizza, but it’s just a small way that we can make a big difference in these animals’ lives.