About the Heroes: Panda Paws

March 06, 2020 1 min read

It's time to announce our newest Rescue Roast partner! For the next six weeks, 100% of Rescue Roast profits will support the incredible organization Panda Paws Rescue and their initiative to care for and protect differently-abled dogs.

Founded by Amanda Giese, this amazing organization has taken in some of the neediest pups in Washington State for over a decade.  Panda Paws specializes in animals with major medical issues, special needs and animals requiring hospice care. The group takes in these animals, provides needed care and adopts them out to loving forever families whenever possible.

The proceeds from your purchase of Rescue Roast will help cover veterinary care and basic needs for these differently abled pups.  So please grab a bag of Rescue Roast and help Panda Paws with their important work.

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