Virgil's Fine Soaps Helps the Hurricane's Sick and Homeless Pets with Animal Lover's Soaps and Gift Baskets

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Touched by the long term needs of pets and farm animals effected by the hurricanes, Virgil's Fine Soaps announces plans to dedicate a percentage of every sale of their Animal Lover's Soaps and gift baskets to charity.

Touched by the long term needs of pets and farm animals affected by the hurricanes, Virgil's Fine Soaps announces plans to dedicate a percentage of every online sale of their Animal Lover's Soaps and gift baskets to charity.

Developed to pay homage to Virgil's love for animals of every shape and size, Animal Lover's soaps and gift baskets are a natural way for the company to help their furry friends.

"We plan on sending monthly donations to The North Shore Animal League. We have adopted from them before and we know that they are on the ground right now, helping sick and homeless pets." Katie Schroeder, Virgil's Vice President (and Soap Queen) says. "We'll donate through 2005, and, if response is good, we'll look into extending it."

For Virgil's Fine Soaps, their contribution is really about awareness and support. "We really want to remind people that there are thousands of homeless pets and sick farm animals down there needing care, love and support." Katie says. "These animals are scared, starving and they need a hug. We want to make sure that they get one."

About Virgil's Animal Lover's Soap:

Virgil's lavender scented "Animal Lover's Soap" was developed to fight stubborn scents and calm the beast within. Loaded with Virgil's signature blend of loofah and scrubbing pumice and enriched with the healing powers of Aloe and Vitamin E, Virgil's Animal Lover's soap makes hands suppertime clean without leaving them smelling "flowery".

Available on the internet, at http://www.virgilsfinesoaps.com, Virgil's Fine Soaps can be purchased wholesale for retailers and is found in shops and boutiques throughout the United States and Canada.

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