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Nestlé Purina donates over 2 mio meals

0The pet food manufacturer Nestlé Purina is supporting animal shelters and pet welfare organisations in more than 15 countries in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa by donating over 2 mio meals for dogs and cats.

"The role that pets play for humans - and vice versa - in promoting emotional wellbeing and a sense of security cannot be underestimated at this time," says Hubert Wieser, director of the Central Region at Nestlé Purina Petcare Germany.

"Especially in exceptional situations like the one we are currently experiencing, the close human-pet bond ensures greater cohesion in spite of social isolation."
The results of research published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) have long since confirmed the importance of pets in reducing anxiety and feelings of isolation.

|10 June 2020 | 08:14


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