Rescue Roast Feature: The Sato Project

October 09, 2020 1 min read

 

It’s estimated there are 300,000 homeless dogs in Puerto Rico.  These homeless pups, called “Satos,” are often discarded because their humans can no longer care for them. Many end up wandering the streets trying to survive, or in the shelter system where there is a 97% euthanasia rate.

But our new Rescue Roast Partner, The Sato Project is working to change the reality for these dogs.  Since 2011, The Sato Project has been dedicated to rescuing abused and abandoned dogs in Puerto Rico.

This amazing group takes in these pups, funds their medical treatment and transports them out of Puerto Rico to loving homes abroad.  But it’s not just about rescue, it’s also about prevention. The Sato Project also provides free spay and neuter services to animals on the island to prevent the creation of more Sato pups.

Now through November 15th, 100% of the profits from the sale of Rescue Roast will help The Sato Project save pups in Puerto Rico.

So we hope you'll grab a bag and join us in supporting this incredible organization and initiative. 

SHOP THE RESCUE ROAST COLLECTION


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Blog

Eradicate Parvo with Austin Pets Alive!
Eradicate Parvo with Austin Pets Alive!

May 19, 2022 2 min read

Parvovirus. One of the most fatal diseases a dog can contract. To help fight this deadly virus, 100% of the profits from Rescue Roast for the next 6 weeks are funding the Austin Pets Alive! Parvo ICU program.
Read More
Keeping Families Together with Animal Friends
Keeping Families Together with Animal Friends

May 13, 2022 1 min read

When families encounter financial difficulties, pets are frequently turned over to shelters, simply to ensure they have food to eat. To address this issue, our Rescue Roast partner, Animal Friends of Pittsburgh, PA created the Chow Wagon community program.
Read More
What is Black Dog Syndrome?
What is Black Dog Syndrome?

April 27, 2022 1 min read

Dogs are perfect, but some have a harder time than others when it comes to adoption. You may have heard of Black Dog Syndrome, but did you know Black dogs in shelters have the lowest adoption rate? They also have the highest euthanasia rate, regardless of their breed.

Read More