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Surprise decision made by Purina to donate dog and cat food to local sanctuary

Independent long-haul trucker Shane Isbell stands inside his semitruck trailer with For the Luv Of Paws founder Cherie Dalynn and the 14 pallets totaling more than 10,000 pounds of dog and cat food, in addition to pet treats that were provided this month by Purina for her Golden Valley sanctuary and shelter. Dalynn was surprised to learn Purina had made a surprise decision and overrode their current policy of only providing pet-food products to sanctuaries and rescues that are less than 50 miles from one of their distribution/manufacturing facilities or a pet food bank.
Photo by Butch Meriwether/For the Daily Miner

Independent long-haul trucker Shane Isbell stands inside his semitruck trailer with For the Luv Of Paws founder Cherie Dalynn and the 14 pallets totaling more than 10,000 pounds of dog and cat food, in addition to pet treats that were provided this month by Purina for her Golden Valley sanctuary and shelter. Dalynn was surprised to learn Purina had made a surprise decision and overrode their current policy of only providing pet-food products to sanctuaries and rescues that are less than 50 miles from one of their distribution/manufacturing facilities or a pet food bank.

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