Davenport, Iowa (KWQC) – Betty White was best known as a popular American actress, comedian, early television pioneer and animal rights activist. When White passed away in December 2021, her fans said one way to honor White’s legacy was for White’s love and passion for animals off-screen, on her January 17th birthday. decided to donate it to an animal shelter.
Quad Cities Hy-Vees will be open from January 11th to January 16th at all Quad Cities locations and Hy-Vee in Clinton, Iowa to donate pet food and food for local animal welfare and humane communities. Announced to collect pet supplies.
According to Hy-Vee officials, these items are expected to be delivered on January 17th. All pet food and supplies donated to the Quad Cities Hy-Vee store go to the Quad City Animal Welfare Center and the Scott County Humane Society.
Additionally, all pet food and supplies donated to the Clinton Hy-Vee will go to the Clinton Humane Society, said a Hy-Vee official. Lists of items needed are available at all Hy-Vee customer service counters. can.
what: A pet collection in honor of Betty White
when: Married. January 11th to Monday January 16th.
Where: All Quad Cities Hy-Vee Locations and Clinton Hy-Vee
For more information, please email Hy-Vee Quad Cities Marketing and Communications Manager Debbie Geisler at email@example.com.
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