as the oldest animal shelter in our nation’s capital, the Washington Animal Rescue League (WARL) has rescued, cared for and facilitated the adoption of more than 100,000 animals in its 101-year history. but perhaps its most distinctive accolade is its commitment to every animal in the community. as the only shelter in the District with a full-service medical center, WARL not only treats temporary residents of the shelter, but also serves as a low-cost veterinary resource for area residents unable to afford veterinary care for their pets.
“because we are a private, nonprofit organization that relies entirely on donations, sWheat Scoop’s donation to the Washington Animal Rescue League allows us to put additional resources toward saving more homeless animals,” says Bob Ramin, president and CEO of WARL. “providing our cats with top-quality products is always our goal, and sWheat Scoop® is an outstanding product. we’re thrilled to be its November sWheat Shares™ partner.”
if you’re interested in adopting or fostering an animal from WARL, visit http://www.warl.org/.
sWheat Shares is sWheat Scoop’s philanthropic litter donation program. each sWheat Shares partner receives 2,000 pounds of sWheat Scoop litter for use in conjunction with its foster and shelter programs. through the rescue organization, sWheat Scoop also provides sWheat Adoption Kits to new cat owners. these kits include a 7-pound bag of sWheat Scoop litter, a temporary and disposable litter box, a certificate of adoption and other items with helpful information to help get their cat/owner relationship off to a good start.