Center Pet to Send Medications and Several Other Items to Animals in Japan

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Center Pet is helping to create a better and safer environment for the animals in Japan, who were injured and displaced by the tsunami and earthquake. Center Pet will be sending animal medications and supplies to the World Vets and HEART-Tokushima.

The catastrophe in Japan has reminded people worldwide to be thankful for everything they have, including their pets.

“Our Company wants to help the animals who were debilitated by the natural disasters,” said Kenny Kramm, CEO of Center Pet. “Both, HEART-Tokushima and the World Vets have provided a great service to Japan, and Center Pet is glad to help.”

Center Pet, located at 4900 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC will be sending aid to the animals who were harmed by the tsunami and earthquake in Japan. Center Pet is currently collecting medications from their inventory and gathering donated items from their clientele. The medications will be sent to the nonprofit organization, the World Vets. The donated items will be sent to the Japan-based nonprofit organization, HEART-Tokushima. Center Pet is helping these rescue efforts, to create a safer and better environment for the animals during the disasters.

Center Pet will send animal medications to the World Vets, for them to bring to Japan. Center Pet hopes to send all of the medications that the World Vets have asked for, in hopes to relieve the animals that were harmed during the natural disasters. The World Vets is dedicated to offering help and veterinary aid to various countries. They work with many other advocacy groups, governments, and veterinary professionals. For more information on the World Vets, please see their website:

Center Pet will be collecting many items from customers that will be shipped to the HEART-Tokushima organization. HEART-Tokushima wants to create and maintain a society where animals can live without suffering or cruelty—especially now with the devastation from the earthquake and tsunami. Center Pet will be collecting towels, sheets, blankets, cat and dog toys, leads, and carriers for the organization. There will be a donations box at the Massachusetts Avenue location of Center Pet, to collect items in. If people cannot physically get to the Center Pet store, they can send them their donations. For more information on HEART-Tokushima, please see their website:

Center Pet is a family-owned pharmacy which features not only pet medication but pet accessories, as well. Center Pet is located at 4900 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20016 and is open Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm and Saturday 11 am-2 pm. For more information, please visit:

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