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The second book in the inspiring Mimi and Maty series, Mimi and Maty to the Rescue!: Sadie the Sheep Disappears without a peep! is now available! In honor of Book 2, for every book sold, the Mimi and Maty Foundation … Continue reading
The HuffingtonPost.com recently published an article about Mimi Ausland, founder of Freekibble.com and her mother Brooke Smith’s book series entitled Mimi & Maty to the Rescue! In 2008 Mimi founded Freekibble.com when she was only 11 years old with the … Continue reading
FREEKIBBLE.COM DONATING 500,000 HEALTHY HOLIDAY MEALS OF ELLEN DEGENERES’ HALO PET FOOD TO PETS IN NEED
Tampa, Fla. (November 30, 2012) This holiday season, homeless pets across the nation will be looking and feeling their best, thanks to Ellen DeGeneres and a 16-year-old girl named Mimi Ausland. DeGeneres, who co-owns Halo, Purely for Pets, and Ausland, … Continue reading
Lynne Ouchida, the Community Outreach Manager at the Humane Society of Central Oregon in Bend, Oregon had this to say in the Freekibble/Halo national survey of shelter professionals: “It is a huge benefit that the Humane Society of Central Oregon’s … Continue reading