Vegetarian clothing ,Charitable collection launched

New vegetarian clothing line , shirts , t-shirts and hoodies for our vegetarian friends. Free shipping for all products from our website, each purchase provides meals for rescue cats or dogs.

Lyaskovets, Bulgaria - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

PetsAndSmiles.com, an online store specializing in fashion products and accessories for pets and pet owners, launched a charitable campaign to help customers contribute free meals for rescued cats and dogs. The store will donate five meals for each dog-related purchase and ten meals for cat products.

More information can be found at https://petsandsmiles.com .

The store offers a variety of accessories for cat owners, including self groomers, brush gloves, cat houses and many others. Made of durable materials and being easily adapted to a variety of interior spaces – from walls to table legs – the self groomers are ideal for cat owners looking for a creative grooming solution. The PetsAndSmiles cat houses are made of breathable materials, offering warmth and comfort for cats of all sizes.

Dog owners will also find a large selection of accessories such as dog beds, adjustable safety belts, waterproof winter shoes, reflective harnesses and safety collars. The adjustable safety belts are made of durable nylon and feature a quick-release clip for extra convenience. Ideal for dogs of all sizes, the leashes are available in four colors – red, pink, black and blue. PetsAndSmiles also offers a collection of dog leashes available in various sizes, from S to L, featuring a no-pull design for safe and comfortable walks.

Finally, pet owners and enthusiasts will find a large collection of fashion accessories for women and children, including baby rompers, scarfs, cat and dog pattern hoodies, shirts, hats, bracelets, rings , necklaces, coffe mugs , stockings, dresses and various others.There are now also t-shirts , shirts and hoodies for vegetarians.

The recent launch is part of the company’s efforts to provide high-quality products for pets and pet owners while also supporting pet rescue charities.

A spokesperson for the company said: “We opened this store driven by our love towards animals, with the believe that not only can we make a difference for rescued dogs and cats, but also that we can make our customers feel better and hopefully put a smile on their faces.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://petsandsmiles.com .

Contact Info:
Name: Nikola Konakchiev
Email: petsandsmiles4all@gmail.com
Organization: petsandsmiles.com
Address: Rositsa 2 , Lyaskovets, Veliko Tarnovo 5140, Bulgaria

For more information, please visit https://petsandsmiles.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299902

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