MARCH 2019 RESCUE OF THE MONTH

Paradise Fire Adopt a Family with Fur Kids

by | Mar 1, 2019 | Rescue of the Month

Titan & Loki

“Oh my goodness the difference they have made for my boys. Not only is Titan no longer having nightmares, (he was whimpering in his sleep almost nightly) his nervous brother Loki has become an extremely mellow fellow. The minor food aggression Loki was starting to show after the fire is completely gone!”

– Aileonna (mom of Titan and Loki)

Luna

Luna woke her humans up in the night to alert them that the house next door was on fire, giving them time to evacuate and saving their lives.

Molly

Following the fires, Molly had been aggressive, destructive and shaking before Treatibles.

The November 2018 Camp Fire was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history. More than 14,000 homes and businesses were burned down and an estimated 50,000 people were displaced. Survivors of the disaster lost everything – their homes, cherished possessions and more. Many fled with nothing more than the clothes on their back and their beloved fur kids. For others, the fire tore through neighborhoods while they were at work and their pets were home. Can you imagine the agony of knowing what your fur baby is facing? Not knowing if they survived, if they were injured, when you would be allowed back home to find them?

Paradise Fire Adopt A Family with Fur Kids is a Facebook group formed to help Camp Fire survivors with pets. This group connects survivors and their fur kids with those that want to help, allowing helpers to directly assist in meeting the immediate needs of survivors and their furry companions. For many survivors with fur kids, the fire created additional challenges: meeting basic needs for humans and fur kids alike, the absence of pet-friendly housing or having to stay in a motel, car or trailer with pets as well as the trauma of the fire on the animals themselves. Luna, for example, woke her humans up in the night to alert them that the house next door was on fire, giving them time to evacuate and saving their lives. Many animals are having to adjust to new living arrangements while their humans begin to sort out rebuilding their lives.

Our mission is bringing Harmony to the whole family®. So, when Treatibles discovered the plight of these frightened pets, distressed pet parents and the dedication of the amazing people behind Paradise Fire Adopt A Family with Fur Kids, we knew we had to help. We donated product and the results have us all brimming with tears.

We want the world to know what an amazing job the Paradise Fire Adopt a Family with Fur Kids is doing in supporting Camp Fire families with fur kids and building community, which is why we are making them our March Rescue of the Month. We hope their story encourages visitors to Treatibles.com to consider joining their Facebook group to directly help Camp Fire survivors with furry companions as they start over.

“I just wanted to send an enormous THANK YOU for the donated Treatibles for Camp Fire survivor dogs. I have received 100% positive feedback about the relief that Treatibles have provided. The Pet Food Express team had always told me it was an amazing product but hearing the feedback from people in some pretty extreme situations doubly confirmed that.  I really had no idea the gravity that the pet anxiety was having on Camp Fire survivors’ already through-the-roof anxiety…or how much relief Treatibles has provided. Please share with everyone there how grateful everyone is!!”

– Patrice Chamberlain, volunteer, Paradise Fire Adopt a Family with Fur Kids

 

MARCH 2019 RESCUE OF THE MONTH

Paradise Fire Adopt a Family with Fur Kids

by | Mar 1, 2019 | Rescue of the Month

Titan & Loki

“Oh my goodness the difference they have made for my boys. Not only is Titan no longer having nightmares, (he was whimpering in his sleep almost nightly) his nervous brother Loki has become an extremely mellow fellow. The minor food aggression Loki was starting to show after the fire is completely gone!”

– Aileonna (mom of Titan and Loki – the dogs had to sleep in the car before the family could find dog-friendly housing; this family went from 20 acres to a 20 ft RV. Titan was having nightly nightmares)

Luna

Luna woke her humans up in the night to alert them that the house next door was on fire, giving them time to evacuate and saving their lives.

Molly

Following the fires, Molly had been aggressive, destructive and shaking before Treatibles.

The November 2018 Camp Fire was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history. More than 14,000 homes and businesses were burned down and an estimated 50,000 people were displaced. Survivors of the disaster lost everything – their homes, cherished possessions and more. Many fled with nothing more than the clothes on their back and their beloved fur kids. For others, the fire tore through neighborhoods while they were at work and their pets were home. Can you imagine the agony of knowing what your fur baby is facing? Not knowing if they survived, if they were injured, when you would be allowed back home to find them?

Paradise Fire Adopt A Family with Fur Kids is a Facebook group formed to help Camp Fire survivors with pets. This group connects survivors and their fur kids with those that want to help, allowing helpers to directly assist in meeting the immediate needs of survivors and their furry companions. For many survivors with fur kids, the fire created additional challenges: meeting basic needs for humans and fur kids alike, the absence of pet-friendly housing or having to stay in a motel, car or trailer with pets as well as the trauma of the fire on the animals themselves. Luna, for example, woke her humans up in the night to alert them that the house next door was on fire, giving them time to evacuate and saving their lives. Many animals are having to adjust to new living arrangements while their humans begin to sort out rebuilding their lives.

Our mission is bringing Harmony to the whole family®. So, when Treatibles discovered the plight of these frightened pets, distressed pet parents and the dedication of the amazing people behind Paradise Fire Adopt A Family with Fur Kids, we knew we had to help. We donated product and the results have us all brimming with tears.

We want the world to know what an amazing job the Paradise Fire Adopt a Family with Fur Kids is doing in supporting Camp Fire families with fur kids and building community, which is why we are making them our March Rescue of the Month. We hope their story encourages visitors to Treatibles.com to consider joining their Facebook group to directly help Camp Fire survivors with furry companions as they start over.

“I just wanted to send an enormous THANK YOU for the donated Treatibles for Camp Fire survivor dogs. I have received 100% positive feedback about the relief that Treatibles have provided. The Pet Food Express team had always told me it was an amazing product but hearing the feedback from people in some pretty extreme situations doubly confirmed that.  I really had no idea the gravity that the pet anxiety was having on Camp Fire survivors’ already through-the-roof anxiety…or how much relief Treatibles has provided. Please share with everyone there how grateful everyone is!!”

– Patrice Chamberlain, volunteer, Paradise Fire Adopt a Family with Fur Kids

 

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