Rescue Roast Coffee: Rescuing Homeless Pups from Across the Border

February 16, 2022 1 min read

Less than 100 miles from San Diego, life can be very different for a pup in need, and our newest Southern California based Rescue Partner, The Animal Pad, is hard at work providing a second chance for homeless and abandoned pups just across the border. Each year, the volunteer led Animal Pad team rescues, rehabilitates, and re-homes hundreds of pets from Tijuana and the Baja peninsula. During the pandemic, border closings and isolation amplified the issues faced for homeless pups in Mexico, but The Animal Pad has doubled down on their efforts and are on track for their most impact year of rescuing ever!

As part of our Rescue Roast collaboration, 100% of all profits generated by the sale of the blend through March 31st will be used to fund this incredible initiative and the dedicated team who provide a second chance at happiness for countless pups in need. We hope you'll join us in making a difference for the Animal Pad!

Grab a bag of Rescue Roast to help save lives of the most at-risk pups for the next six weeks!


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