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The Humane Society of the United States says 3-4 million animals arekilled in shelters each year Many shelters struggle to feed every petthat lives there because of lack of funds Through donations andadoptions many pets make it to see another day and many others get putto sleep Thats why I invented Free Pets Food using the same conceptsof Free Rice Free Rice is a nonprofit game designed to help gamersbattle world hunger while they playThe game Free Pets Food was designed to give food to cats and dogs thatlive in the humane society I invented this game because of volunteerexperiences I had in my life with this real world problem This realworld problem can be solved by playing Free Pets Food through your phoneor computer device As for life experiences we all have seen a dog or acat in the street starving just waiting to get through their day Byplaying Free Pets Food you will learn not only about pets in general butit will also train you to become a better pet owner As for people thatdont own a pet it will help them know that real world problems likefeeding a dog or cat could be as important as feeding themselveseveryday Free Pets Food will help feed millions of animals through outthe world by simply logging in and playing for a couple of minutesbecause every minute counts for a furry one waiting to get fed in ashelter For a person that likes solving real world problems this one isfast and easy playing Free Pets Food Free Pets Food is simple where you choose the pet you like to feedbeing a cat or dog After choosing either a cat or dog it will give youpictures to choose from a catalog provided by shelters The game isdesigned to try to complete ten different puzzles ten being the hardestone Each definition in the puzzle is based on the pet youve chosen tohelp feed For each puzzle completed you
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