On Wednesday, June 8th the Freekibble.com Kibble truck will be arriving in Albuquerque, New Mexico, delivering over 14,000 meals for dogs/puppies and over 12,000 meals for cats totaling over 26,000 meals of Halo Spot’s Stew! Thanks to all the people who played Freekibble and Freekibblekat for making this possible. And thanks to everyone who buys Halo for making our support of Freekibble possible!
The shelters, rescues and food banks receiving the kibble are Animal Humane, Albuquerque, NM, New Mexico Animal Friends, Albuquerque, NM, P.A.C.A., Albuquerque, NM and Santa Fe Humane Society, Santa Fe, NM.
Animal Humane New Mexico is committed to being the leader in next-generation animal shelters. They have proactively developed a full range of programs and services dedicated to helping people connect with a lifelong companion and working with them to keep that relationship balanced and happy.
New Mexico Animal Friends relies on foster homes to provide temporary care for dogs and cats. NMAF covers veterinary costs for fostered animals, and can often help by providing foster homes with necessary equipment such as a crate or doghouse. They do not euthanize healthy animals and they do everything possible to ensure that they find a loving home for each pet.
People’s Anti Cruelty Association (P.A.C.A.) is a No-Kill rescue group; incorporated in 1973, is the oldest no-kill animal rescue group in New Mexico. Their main focus is abandoned, abused cats and dogs. They provide all needed medical care, spay/neuter, as well as any major surgery required. They also provide a safe haven until an adoptive home is found.
Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society (SFAS&HS) is the largest animal shelter and care facility in northern New Mexico. They serve more than 10,000 lost, stray, abandoned or injured animals each year. SFAS&HS contracts with the city and county of Santa Fe to care for homeless and stray animals, as well as those brought through their front doors.
Click here on Freekibble.com for interactive map of shelter destinations! You can see what shelters will be receiving the kibble (and when) for their dogs and cats!