About Woofstock Food Pantry

About Woofstock Food Pantry

Community Announcement: About Woofstock Food Pantry. The Meals Fur Pets Food Pantry was founded in 1999 in Woodstock Georgia.

Today with rapid Inflation, food supply chain breakdowns, Covid, and record-high unemployment people are hurting right now. Particularly the most vulnerable.

About Woofstock Food Pantry

Meals Fur Pets, aka, Woofstock Food Pantry feeds and helps families with companion animals. Feeding and providing emergency medical care ensures that family pets are not abandoned or turned into overcrowded animal shelters. Woofstock Mobile Food Pantry is part of the Green Pets America Charities 501c3 nonprofit. Green Pets America Charities is in the top 1% of all nonprofits, and Gold Star rated. The website is www.GreenPetsAmerica.org

If you love companion animals as much as we do please donate to the Woofstock Food Pantry. Help Woofstock Food Pantry feed families and singles and save them from having to abandon their beloved family members into an overcrowded animal shelter because they cannot afford to feed their beloved family companion.

About Woofstock Food Pantry

Donate to Woofstock Food Pantry

With Covid, online food and mobile dog and cat food delivery are critical to saving lives. Your donations are used to purchase quality dog food from Amazon and ship it the same day via Prime to the families and singles front door.

Please save lives and reduce the great number of dogs and cats being abandoned, or turned into shelters every day across America.


Your donation will fill an empty bowl and feed a dog or cat for one, two, or three months. You make the selection at the time of donation.

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911 A yellow lab named Sirius was the only known K-9 to die in the attacks

911 A yellow lab named Sirius was the only known K-9 to die in the attacks

911. A yellow lab named Sirius was the only known K-9 to die in the attacks. Sirius was in the basement below the World Trade Center’s South Tower with his handler, Port Authority Police Department Lt. David Lim, when they felt the building “violently tremble,” according to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. Lim secured Sirius in his kennel and went to assist the injured, telling his partner, “I’ll be back for you.” Sirius’ remains were later recovered in the winter of 2002 in the wreckage of the South Tower and ceremoniously removed from Ground Zero with a full honor guard.

911 A yellow lab named Sirius was the only known K-9 to die in the attacks

Operation Hercules Animals in Afghanistan

Operation Hercules Animals in Afghanistan

Operation Hercules Animals in Afghanistan. This is a continuation of our ongoing story on the rescue dogs left behind at Kabul Airport on August 31, 2021. Yes, the American Animal Rescuer and 250 animals are still in Afghanistan. Around the world, people have been anxiously watching the situation in Afghanistan unfold and change rapidly. The mandatory August 31st evacuation date has now passed, which will make any future evacuation efforts increasingly more difficult and dangerous.

One of the individuals that has had much attention during this crisis is Charlotte Maxwell-Jones, an American, who founded Kabul Small Animal Rescue in Afghanistan. Despite recommendations from the US government and threats from the Taliban, Maxwell-Jones refused to leave Afghanistan without the 40 people on her rescue staff and their 250 animals. The evacuation mission, called “Operation Hercules,” received hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations and support from Humane Societies across America.

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What is the New Plant-based Global Treaty

What is the Plant-based Global Treaty

This concise article is on, What is the New Plant-based Global Treaty. The Plant-Based Treaty has three core principles: relinquish, redirect, and restore. The Treaty’s overarching goal is to actively reverse the damage that animal-based food industries have caused. This includes land degradation, deforestation, water, and air pollution, biodiversity loss, ocean dead zones, and greenhouse gas emissions.

To do this, the Treaty encourages a shift toward more sustainable systems – ones that focus on plant-based foods. 

The grassroots initiative is the first of its kind.

What is the New Plant-based Global Treaty
Promoting plant-based food is part of the Treaty’s initiative. Credit: Adobe. Do not use without permission.

Core principles

This concise article is on, What is the New Plant-based Global Treaty. The Plant-Based Treaty has three core principles: relinquish, redirect, and restore.

Relinquish 

Relinquishment encompasses the need to stop the issue from worsening. This means not building new (and not expanding existing) slaughterhouses or animal farms, including fish farms.

It states that no new forests should be cleared for animal feed production or animal rearing. Live exports must be banned and importantly, Indigenous peoples’ land, rights, and knowledge should be protected.

Redirect

This demand works to end the driving forces behind the environmental issue. This includes declaring a climate emergency, as nearly 2,000 local governments in more than 30 countries have done.

Food availability, poverty, and hunger should be placed at the forefront of the problem. Government dietary guidelines should be updated to promote wholefood, plant-based diets. 

Taxes on meat should be implemented, with funds being directed to restoring land damaged by animal agriculture.

Restore

The restoration principle encourages the planting of native tree species to restore habitats. Similarly, cities should increase their green spaces, including green rooftops and wildlife corridors. 

All existing Marine Protected Areas should be declared no-fishing zones, and converted to Highly Protected Marine Areas (HPMAs). New HPMAs should also be designated.

On a community level, governments should work to provide access to healthy food, especially to low-income communities and communities of color.

The Plant-Based Treaty launched on August 31, 2021. It was launched in front of city halls in more than 50 cities around the world.

What is the New Plant-based Global Treaty

Rescue Dogs and Team left behind in Kabul

Contract K-9 soldiers left behind in Kabul. American Humane Society stands ready to help transport these contract K-9 soldiers to U.S. soil. The American Humane Society made this announcement today.“I am devastated by reports that the American government is pulling out of Kabul and leaving behind brave U.S. military contract working dogs to be tortured and killed at the hand of our enemies.

These brave dogs do the same dangerous, lifesaving work as our military working dogs, and deserved a far better fate than the one to which they have been condemned,” said American Humane President and CEO Dr. Robin R. Ganzert. “This senseless fate is made all the more tragic, as American Humane stands ready to not only help transport these contract K-9 soldiers to U.S. soil but also to provide for their lifetime medical care.”

Contract K-9 soldiers left behind in Kabul


Green Pets America Charities has been an unwavering voice for animals and a dog rescue since 2007. Our mission is USA and International rescue, education, lobbying, and facilitating USA efforts with animal rescue groups across the globe.

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