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Honey Baked Ham Spring Fundraiser 2023

Kitten Season Kickoff

Just in time for Easter! Help us meet our goal by 4/11/23 so we can save as many kittens
and their mamas as possible by simply purchasing a HBH gift card!

20% of every gift card purchase supports our group.  Gift cards can even be sent as a gift by mail or email when ordering.  Gift cards can be used at any Honey Baked Home store or on their website, and they NEVER EXPIRE!!

Purr Partners Online Store

Help us save the lives of even more kitties!

The Purr Partners closet is bursting full of great logo items!  Click HERE to go to our online store.

If you choose “Free local pickup at PetSmart“, a Purr Partners volunteer will contact you about picking up your order at the Raleigh PetSmart Adoption Center (2800 E. Millbrook Rd, Raleigh, NC 27604) the following Saturday from 1-3pm during our weekly Adoptathon.  Or you can also select USPS shipping and pay a fee for postage.

[PURR PARTNERS VOLUNTEERS ONLY: Select “Free local drop-off/pickup for PP volunteers” and Judy will contact you to coordinate drop-off/pickup]

Thank You for supporting all of the cats and kittens whose lives are saved by Purr Partners!

Will My Pet Give Me Coronavirus?

We are concerned that people are still getting incorrect information about companion animals and COVID-19.  Please check out our links below for information from reputable and trusted sources.

We always encourage pet parents to have a plan in place should you become sick or have to be quarantined for an extended period of time.  Having two weeks worth of food and medication for your pets, making arrangements with your vet for possible boarding, and having a daily check in with a friend or neighbor who can step in should you become ill are all things to have in place.

Please stay safe and help us educate people about COVID-19 and companion animals so that no pets die from lack of information or unnecessary fear on the part of their owners!

Cornell: Coronavirus Update

International Cat Care: COVID-19 Advice for Cat Owners

CNET: Coronavirus and Pets – How COVID-19 affects cats and dogs