A simple card that means so much

When the article about our organization was published in the Clayton News Daily we received a card in the mail from two long-time residents of Clayton County. Turns out these were two very special residents - they were the neighbors of my husband's childhood home. Seeing the article on the front page news they reached out with the sweetest card and note "I am so proud of what you are doing". The card has been shared throughout both of our families and boy did it ever bring a smile to our faces. Of course, the picture on the front of the card is perfect but the words inside brought the happy feeling of the day :-). Notes like this make all of the hard work worth it!


Pet food assistance program flyer available

Do you visit businesses in Clayton and Fayette County? Would you be willing to ask if you can hang a flyer in the window or post it on a bulletin board (such as in your veterinarian's office)? If so, please consider helping us.

One of the greatest challenges we face is spreading the word about our pet food assistance program. The more people that know we're here to help means a decrease in the number of animals surrendered to local rescue groups and animal control facilities. 

If you're willing to help we've made it easy. You can download our Pet Food Assistance Program flyer that can be printed and posted in different locations. Print, trim between the tear tabs, and post. 

One flyer posted in one location can make a huge difference and we're grateful for your help.


Join us at Paws for a Purpose - April 11, 2015

The Rotary Club of Fayette Daybreak is hosting the Paws for a Purpose Dog Walk and 5K-9 Run on Saturday, April 11, 2015. We will be on site to meet fellow pet lovers from 9:30AM to 1:30PM and we'd love for you to stop by and say hello. Consider registering for the event to walk/run with your 4-legged friend. We're looking forward to spreading the word about how we can help others in our community.


Meals on Wheels in Clayton here we come!

After a successful meeting with the Director of Senior Services for Clayton County, we are excited to let you know that ever recipient of the Meals on Wheels program in Clayton will receive information about our pet food assistance program. If you are interested in helping process applications over the telephone please send us an email and let us know. To learn more about services available for seniors in Clayton County please visit their site: Clayton Seniors.


GuideStar Exchange bronze participation level achieved

love bug foundation inc. has achieved the GuideStar Exchange bronze participation level, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar USA, Inc., the premier source of nonprofit information. This level demonstrates our commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability. We encourage you to check out our profile on GuideStar to see what we're all about.

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First cat food donation made in honor of 16 years of love

On Wednesday of this week we received our very first pet food donation . . . and the story behind it is a special one. We had the pleasure of meeting Heather Middleton of the Clayton News-Daily and when she arrived at our meeting she had with her a bag of canned cat food. As we were talking, she started to speak of her beloved cat Cleo who was her friend, companion and co-author for an amazing 16 years. Sadly, Cleo passed away but it was clear that he will live forever in Heather's heart. The food that she brought with her was from Cleo's last days; and, she was able to donate it  knowing that it would make a difference for a family. The love she had for Cleo was touching and we promise to continue doing our best in his honor.

Heather, thank you.



Local businesses volunteer as food drop off points

We are excited to announce that several local businesses have volunteered as pet food drop off locations. You can stop by any of these businesses to donate dog or cat food during their normal business hours. Please say a huge thank you to Animal Medical Clinic, Clayton Appliances, Clayton Collision, Jonesboro Animal Hospital and the Joyner Law Firm.

We are still looking for drop off locations so please call us if you would like to list our business.

We also need volunteers that pick up donations from our drop sites. Please call us if you'd like to help.