Clicking for Kibble

Mimi Ausland?s website feeds shelter cats across the country.

By Wendy Bedwell-Wilson

Printer Friendly

She may only be 13, but Mimi Ausland of Bend, Ore., has helped to fill the hungry bellies of countless shelter cats and dogs. Through visits to her interactive websites FeeKibbleKat.com and FeeeKibble.com, this inspired seventh grader has stocked 13 shelters’ shelves across the U.S. with more than 108 tons of healthy cat and dog kibble – that’s 159,104,310 pieces and counting.

**Get the December 2009 issue of CAT FANCY to read the full article.**

Printer Friendly

 Give us your opinion on
Clicking for Kibble

Submit a Comment   Join Club
Earn 1,000 points! What's this?
Reader Comments

Don    Bakersfield, CA

10/30/2009 3:48:05 PM

I read the article in this months issue and marvelled at how the little girl of 7 had the idea to do something for cats and dogs. I am impressed that now at 13 with the help of mom,dad and the web design, her idea is benefitting nationwide for shelters of dogs and cats. I signed up and sent emails to encourage others to do the same. If you are reading this comment and havent signed up, do so today and encourage your family, friends and co-workers to do the same. It's free and it only takes a few moments and carries a ton of benefits. Go there everyday www.freekibblekat.com

Alijah    Fountain City, WI

10/30/2009 12:10:05 PM

I think it's awsome.Do you make more and why?

View Current Comments


Top Products

ADS BY GOOGLE