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<p><font size="5">We regret to announce that after twelve years, the Purina Pro Plan Rally to Rescue program was phased out in 2017, with an official close on June 30, 2018.</font></p> </br> <p>Though Rally to Rescue and the program benefits will be end, Purina’s long-standing animal welfare efforts continue to grow. We encourage everyone to visit <strong>Petfinder</strong>, which for the past 20 years has helped 25 million pets find their families through adoption. </p> </br> <p>Learn more at <a target="blank" href=""></a></p>


<p><font size="5"><strong>Why is Rally to Rescue going away? </strong></font></p> <p>While Pro Plan will always remain committed to pets of all types, the support of pet welfare organizations now lies within the larger Purina Company. For more information you can go to the below links: </br><a target="blank" href=""></a> </br><a target="blank" href=""></a></p> </br> </br> <p><font size="5"><strong>Is Purina doing anything to help pet welfare groups now?</strong></font></p> <p>At Purina, we're passionate about pets and committed to serving the needs of the communities where we live and work. In fact, we have a dedicated team that works tirelessly to help pet welfare organizations succeed in helping pets in need. Our giving takes on many forms, from philanthropy to volunteerism to sharing expertise with non-profits. Each year, we provide pet welfare organizations with millions of dollars in product and financial support, which we will continue to do through our pet welfare team. In 2016, we donated more than $31 million in food, litter and funding to organizations across the country.</p>