Texas in Urgent Need of Pet Food for Animals Displaced by Hurricane Ike

K9Cuisine Launces a Fundrasing Drive to Get Customers and Concerned Citizens to Donate Bags of Food to Our Furry Friends in Need


Paris, Illinois – Hurricane Ike has devastated Galveston and parts of the Texas Gulf Coast. Houston’s American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is in urgent need of dog and cat food to help feed pets displaced by Hurricane Ike. The Houston SPCA is also coordinating rescue efforts for Galveston and the areas devastated by the hurricane.

K9Cuisine, an Internet company based in Paris, Illinois, Saturday launched the fundraising campaign “Send a Bag” to assist in the emergency delivery of supplies to Texas. K9Cuisine will deliver pallets of the company’s healthy dog and cat food directly to the Houston SPCA shelters later this week. K9Cuisine President Anthony Holloway sent out an email blast to thousands of his customers asking them to support this important cause. Now, Holloway is asking fellow animal lovers for support.

“Please join us in this worthy cause,” said Holloway. “Help in our efforts to keep thousands of pets healthy until they can be reunited with their families and returned to their homes.”

K9Cuisine has tried to make donating quick and easy! Just click on the link below by September 27th and select which bag you’d like to send. Then follow the instructions through checkout. Donation transactions will be charged separately from K9Cuisine order transactions. We will email your donation receipt and notify you with updates to let you know when your donation is delivered to the Houston SPCA.

K9Cuisine will also match each “Send a Bag” donation.


You can also Click today to “Send a Bag” of food directly to the Houston SPCA.

Teams from the Houston SPCA have already loaded tens of thousands of pounds of supplies and headed to Galveston. They desperately need more food for the animals in need. The SPCA has responded to over 100 calls of animals facing certain death.††Hundreds of more calls are coming in to the Disaster Hotline and the Houston SPCA needs your help.

We hope you will join us in this wonderful opportunity to care of our furry friends in need!