‘Tis the season for angel trees. I love them. Rather than blindly donating money to shelters or funds (which, don’t get me wrong, is wonderful), you can pick out items for a person of your choice. It feels like you’re really personalizing a gift for someone in need. Green Pet has translated this seasonal pastime into a pet-friendly charity event with Animal Rescue of Texas (ART). Head to the Bishop Arts shop to visit their version of an Angel Tree, full of cards with photos of sweet foster doggies who, too, are in need. Each card gives some background info on the animal and a list of items to keep them comfortable. (Think sweaters for the cold, treats, leashes, toys, etc.) You can buy the goods right there in the shop and ART will pick them up.
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