Have you heard about Freekibble.com?

By on March 5, 2015

We recently saw a social media post from a friend, urging us to visit Free Kibble. What is Free Kibble? Here’s what its Web site says in its “About” section:

Freekibble.com was launched in 2008, as the vision of then 11 year-old, Mimi Ausland. Mimi wanted to feed the hungry dogs and cats at her local shelter. “There are 10’s of thousands of dogs and cats in animal shelters across the country, all needing to be fed a good meal.” With this goal in mind, Freekibble was created.

Today, the Freekibble Network reaches over 500,000 passionate pet-lovers. This loyal community has helped us feed over 12 million meals to homeless dogs and cats in shelters, rescues and food-banks across the country (see map).

Freekibble.com and Freekibblekat.com are now two of the five most-visited animal rescue web sites in the world, with over 130,000 combined daily visitors… and is played in 137 countries.

If you haven’t heard of Free Kibble, now you know! And if you haven’t visited, do it now! You should also bookmark the site and visit often as each day you can make a free donation to needy animals. Here are a few of the activities and features of the site:


  • Daily questions you can answer to donate kibble (answer correctly or not, you still donate!)
  • Users can subscribe to get a daily reminder to answer a question and donate kibble
  • A “Happy Archive” of pet photos
  • A chance to donate to cats through food and litter contributions
  • Slideshows featuring cute animals, celebrities with pets and more
  • Users can send Free Kibble e-cards to remind friends to donate
  • Users can help provide care packages to shelter animals
  • A “Free Kibble Plus” feature- for $5/month, your daily donation increases 100 percent, an animal gets vaccinated and a gift is sent to a shelter animal care of Free Kibble’s sponsor


To date, Free Kibble has donated 2,465,513,060 pieces of Kibble to shelter animals and the numbers continue to grow. If you care about animals and have a few seconds each day to help them, you must visit FreeKibble.com.

Know of another free way to help the animals? We’d love to hear about it. Comment or send us a link through the “Contact Us” page. Thanks for helping!

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