ifpetscouldtype.com Announces a Fourth Pet Food Pantry Joins Their Feed-a-Pet Program to Help Get Pet Food to Needy Families

The Pet Project, serving the greater Minneapolis, MN community will receive funds to help restock the shelves of its pet pantry.

Minneapolis, MN, September 30, 2009 --(PR.com)-- ifpetscouldtype.com, an online community devoted to promoting the health and happiness of all pets, today announced a fourth pet food pantries has joined in the Feed-a-Pet Program, designed to help restock the shelves of pet food pantries and pet food banks around the country, and to help deliver emergency pet food aid to dogs, cats, birds, guinea pigs, and other pets in need.

In this fourth phase of the program, ifpetscouldtype.com will donate $1.00 for each of 500 new ifpetscouldtype.com user registrations, to The Pet Project, serving the community of greater Minneapolis, MN. This organization joins with the Lucky Paws Foundation in Tracy California, the Frederick County Humane Society in Frederick, Maryland and the Pikes Peak Pet Pantry in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the non-profit recipients of the program, in receiving needed funds to help restock their pet food pantries.

To support the Feed-a-Pet Program, pet lovers can visit the ifpetscouldtype.com website, complete a profile and add a picture of their favorite pet. Their participation will help these organizations provide emergency pet food aid to resource strapped pet loving families during these tough economic times.

“With the ongoing success of the first two phases of the program, and this new effort to help The Pet Project restock its pet food pantry, we continue to expand our commitment to aid pet loving families in this distressed economy,” indicated Randy Gordon, Founder of ifpetscouldtype.com. “The addition of this organization marks another important milestone in our efforts to help even more families nationwide, with the emergency pet food aid they need to keep their precious pets at home.”

“Having already distributed 4,000 pounds of pet food aid since our inception two and a half months ago,” noted Kimberly Carrier, Founder of The Pet Project in Minneapolis, MN, “the addition of the Feed-a-Pet program through ifpetscouldtype.com will expand our effort to help so many of the families in our community who are struggling to take care of themselves and their pets.”

“As we launch this fourth phase in the Feed-a-Pet program, we plan to continue to partner with as many pet food pantries and animal assistance organizations as time and resources allow,” says Gordon.

About The Pet Project

The Pet Project, serving the community of greater Minneapolis, Minnesota, helps people keeps their pets by providing pet food and basic supplies to those who are struggling. Founded in July 2009, The Pet Project acts from belief that the way we treat the least fortunate among us, those with the quietest voices, those with the least power and those who reach their hands out for help is what defines us as a society. We believe that if you have more, you share it; if you know more, you teach it; if you have love, you give it.

About ifpetscouldtype.com

Launched in 2008, ifpetscouldtype.com promotes the health and happiness of all our pets by fostering an online community devoted to their needs. Built on the premise that ‘the more we share about our pets, the more we learn about our pets and ourselves,’ the ifpetscouldtype.com team (all fanatic pet owners in their own right) features the finest pet resources, articles, profiles and news in one pet parent focused online destination. For more information, visit ifpetscouldtype.com.

Stella J. Felde