Media Release: The Pet Loss Center Commits To $12,000 In Cremation Services As A Sponsor Of Austin Pets Alive!
Jul 06, 2016
The Pet Loss Center Commits To $12,000 In Cremation Services As A Sponsor Of Austin Pets Alive!
July 6, 2016 (Austin, TX)- Austin Pets Alive! is proud to announce that The Pet Loss Center has committed to a year-long sponsorship with Austin Pets Alive!, which will provide $12,000 in pet cremation services to help APA! honor the lives of their shelter pets.
“The loss of a pet is a very emotional experience,” said Jordana Moerbe, Clinic Manager for Austin Pets Alive!. “We believe shelter pets deserve the same respect after death as owned pets and The Pet Loss Center partnership allows us to provide just that.”
The donated services The Pet Loss Center will be providing to Austin Pets Alive!’s clinic will allow the shelter animals to be properly honored as an important part of the APA! journey through high quality end-of-life care. Along with pet cremation services, The Pet Loss Center offers pet burials, urns and caskets as well as memorialization options and ideas for grieving pet parents.
“What an honor to be chosen by Austin Pets Alive as their end-of-life care partner,” said Coleen Ellis of The Pet Loss Center. “With their innovative life-care programs and our robust end-of-life care services, this partnership truly fulfills The Pet Loss Center's mission while supporting all of Austin and the animals.”
The Pet Loss Center’s vision is that all animals receive dignity and respect in life and death. They support local pet adoption efforts and honor every pet that enters their facility as if they were their own. Their mission is to provide world-class end-of-life services for pets and those who care for them.
For more information on corporate sponsorship opportunities and how your business can support Austin Pets Alive!, contact [email protected].
Austin Pets Alive! is a 501(c) (3) (nonprofit) organization. Austin Pets Alive! is focused on helping the healthy and treatable pets at risk of euthanasia at municipal shelters. Our mission is to promote and provide the resources, education and programs needed to eliminate the killing of companion animals.