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Storage food drive yields 2,000 pounds for pets

There are a lot less hungry pets around Kitsap County these days.

“Our Pet Food Drive for the Kitsap Humane Society has come to a close and it was a great success,” said J. M. Danielson, manager of Bainbridge Self Storage and Bainbridge North Storage. “Together with Reliable Storage [Bainbridge and Poulsbo], Pacific Storage [Poulsbo], Bainbridge North Storage and Bainbridge Storage we collected approximately 2,000 pounds of pet food for our furry friends.”

Kitsap Humane Society director Eric Stevens picked up the donations on Valentine’s Day.

The drive took the form of a friendly competition between Team Bainbridge and Team Reliable.

“Of course this would not be possible without the great support we receive from the awesome people of Bainbridge Island and Poulsbo,” Danielson said. “It is your kindness and love for animals that is such an important part of making events like this possible and successful. We greatly appreciate your support and generosity and we are positive that our furry four-legged friends appreciate it, too!”

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