All sectors of society have already felt the ill effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Several establishments had to be closed to flatten the curve and to halt the spread of the disease. Animal shelters are no exception to this. Several shelters have already stopped with their adoption events as well as closed their doors for new intakes.
But while most animal shelters may have closed during this pandemic, their initiative for dogs remains operational. Since lockdown is in place, it gets difficult for shelter dogs to find a new home, let alone get a chance at adoption.
This is the reason why several animal shelters are asking people to adopt or foster dogs in this time of adversity. One of these shelters is the Midwest Animal Rescue and Services in Minnesota. This dog shelter is one of the densely populated centers in the entire country.
As a result, the volunteers are now working hard to find temporary homes for their dogs. Good thing, Busch Light has partnered with the animal shelter. In its advertisement, the company promised to provide a three-month supply of beer to at least 500 lucky winners.
When a household decides to adopt or foster a pooch, they automatically become part of the initiative. The reason for this initiative is for people to realize that the campaign to adopt and foster is urgent. Additionally, this is also to entice people to adopt and foster dogs during the lockdown. According to the company, the offer will run from March 25 and will end on April 25.
The announcement of the lucky winners will be made through the Facebook page as well as the website of the animal shelter. Aside from the three-month beer supply, the Busch company will likewise give $100 prepaid debit credit to the winners of the draw.
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