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Help animals and a healthcare provider at the same time.

 

New puppy and kitty masks support animals and look adorable. Each mask has a little nose and tongue, and the words “The Pennsylvania SPCA,” showing your support.  For every mask purchased, the company (Bonfire) that makes them will be send a mask to a healthcare provider in need of basic protection supplies.

Courtesy Pennsylvania SPCA

 

Gillian Kocher is a spokeswoman for the PSPCA.

“There’s even more to it than just brightening someone’s day,” said PSPCA spokeswoman Gillian Kocher. “Of course the masks benefit our life-saving mission, but we are doing them also through a company called Bonfire, which for every mask that is sold they are actually donating an additional mask to a health care provider. So it’s really something that is helping animals, it’s helping people and of course it’s protecting all of us as we are adjust to a new normal.”

 

 

PURCHASE THEM HERE:

Masks are available on the Bonfire website.

 

 

 

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