Budapest – 09 February, 2021 – Animal welfare organizations mostly try to find owners for animals that have already been rescued but are awaiting adoption on social networking sites or on the Internet, but there are times when those poor animals wait for several years to get to their owners.
Pizza King and WebGarden decided to provide a whole new forum for home-seeking animals, helping to save even more animals in need.
It’s well known that adopting an animal, means saving the lives of two: the one adopted and the one that will get its place in the shelter, pension, temporary shelters.
Pizza King delivers home-seeker puppies to thousands of homes a day by showing a sticker of a home-seeker puppy and a QR code on the pizza box. So, ordering from Pizza King may bring someone together with a new family member.
Home-seekers are rescued by the United Emergency Animal Welfare System’s (EVÁR) animal rescue organizations.
EVÁR’s organizations comply with strict ethical standards, so that all animals are chipped and vaccinated at the time of adoption and, if their state of health allows, neutered/spayed.
When characterizing animals, organizations introduce the home-seeker honestly, so not only are the good traits of the animal highlighted, but also those traits that may cause difficulty or require more attention.
WebGarden undertook the graphic design and printing of the stickers, which are tens of thousands per month.
Based on the first experiences of the project, this organisation is also planning to advertise kittens and other owner-seeking animals.
Pizzakutya.hu is the result of another exemplary corporate social responsibility and cooperation. With this, it also wants to encourage all businesses to help those in need to the best of their ability, as it is always a pleasure to see a good initiative starting and becoming successful.
The projects already have a community page: https://www.facebook.com/pizzakutya
This is where the puppies looking for owners go, so interested parties can help them by following and sharing the page.