Originally posted by Judy Rowcliffe
Attention all dog lovers: celebrate Earth Day, support the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society, get discounts on new dog beds, and promote sustainability by keeping textiles out of landfills at Molly Mutt’s bedraising Earth Day Goes to the Dogs event, April 20, at the company’s Berkeley headquarters.
Event participants can bring their "stuff" — used dog beds, old clothes, pillows, towels, or blankets — to upcycle into a new bed.
Simply use Molly Mutt’s patented process: stuff an old bed or stuff into a molly mutt mesh stuff sack, zip into a stylish duvet and take home a cozy new bed for Fido that looks effortlessly chic in every room of the home.
Molly Mutt duvets come in four sizes and two shapes, each at a 20-50 percent discount during this one-day event. Molly Mutt will donate a portion of the day’s proceeds to providing beds to the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society, with a goal of donating 20 beds, one for each of the Society’s 20 dog kennels.
Earth Day Goes to the Dogs takes place April 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Molly Mutt’s headquarters: 675 Cedar St. (near Berkeley’s famous Fourth Street), Berkeley.
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