Found My Animal - Accessories for Adopted Animals and their people!
Posted Mar 04 2009 2:56pm
I received this great info from Found My Animal. What a cool way to walk your dog around town! While you are walking and getting all the attention at the dog park with your cool new lead and your pups FOUND tag you can tell all the people that stop you that you are also helping to save animals! 25% of their proceeds go toward helping spay and neuter, as well as finding great homes for soon-to-be-found pups! Below is more info as well as a sample of their goods. Make sure you visit their website to see the latest and greatest! WWW.FOUNDMYANIMAL.COM!
FOUND MY ANIMAL Brooklyn, New York- Spring, 2009 Found My Animal’s leashes (or leads) are spliced and whipped (old nautical terms) using custom-made rope, an extremely durable yet luxurious alternative to leather. Each leash can withstand thousands of pounds of pull (these ropes are normally used for dock line) and is complimented by marine-grade solid bronze clips on either end. Two adjustable, antique brass o-rings are woven into the leash so that you can clip one end to your dog’s collar and the other anywhere along the leash for a short or long lead. You can wear the leash around your waist like a belt, across your chest like a sash, or clip your dog to any object without worrying about the security of a knot. Each leash comes with an individually numbered, solid brass FOUND tag. The tags struck us as a nice, tangible way for our customers to see the individual part they were playing in a larger cause.
Found My Animal leashes are a useful, beautiful, visual reminder of the urgent need for animal adoption. Each FOUND leash is handmade in New England. Our collars are also U.S. made with WAXWEAR 100% cotton canvas that is coated with animal safe wax for weatherproofing and increased strength. Orange is the official color of animal protection awareness which makes it the perfect choice for our collars. Attached to each collar is a cast solid brass lifesaver that your pup can wear for even more good luck.
25% of all our profits go directly to the Louis Animal Foundation, a non-profit group dedicated to providing homes for animals that have not yet 'found' their people. The group operates a mobile medical unit where veterinarians can spay and neuter animals in rural communities where access to these services is often both physically and financially limited. We are currently working to develop a product for cats and their people so they too can show their support.