Supporting the Animals of the Bahamas!

Supporting the Animals of the Bahamas!

As you know, Hurricane Dorian's impact to the Bahamas was catastrophic. The organization BAARK (Bahamas Alliance for Animal Rights and Kindness) has teamed up with multiple regional groups in the area to develop a strategy to bring food and resources to the animals affected by the storm.


Here is what they said in a recent post:
"Our priority is getting food to the animals while we wait for an assessment. We are busy purchasing food for the Horses in Grand Bahama and dog and cat food for animals in Grand Bahama and Freeport. Groups will be on the ground soon to evaluate the situation and then we will have a better idea of rescue efforts then. We thank you so much for your support in this really difficult time for the Bahamas."


We invite you to join us in supporting the animals of the Bahamas. For the month of September, use coupon code BAHAMAS to get 10% off your order and we will donate 10% to BAARK.

If you are interested in following the efforts of BAARK, you can do so by visiting their Instagram account by clicking here.

 And if you would like to donate directly to their cause you can do that by clicking here.




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