A California woman has launched a campaign to make pet milk money by donating it to pet charities.
The milk-based product, called PetMint, uses water-soluble ingredients and is marketed to people who buy pet food for their pets.
The product has already raised more than $25,000 in donations from people across the country.
But it has a new twist.
“I decided to put this money to good use and donate it straight to my pets,” said Natalie Shaffer, the founder and CEO of PetMints Milk Fund.
She has also launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for PetMINT and other charitable causes.
PetMint has become so popular, Shaffer and her husband started their own milk fund, which they said has raised more money than they had anticipated.
Shaffer said she and her partners have also received thousands of e-mails from pet owners asking about the product and how to use it.
As part of the campaign, Shafer said she will donate the milk money to a variety of charities.
The Shiffs have already started receiving donations from their donors.
They plan to send it to a pet-care charity in San Diego that helps sick or elderly pets.
Shaffer said her husband, who lives in the Bay Area, is currently on the receiving end of several e-mail inquiries from people who want to use their pet’s milk to help their pet.
It’s not the first time Shaffer has created a milk fund.
In 2011, Shabby started her own foundation, PetMillion, to provide a “bountiful” and affordable alternative to traditional pet food.
PetMillions has raised $100,000, and Shaffer hopes to raise even more in the future.
Shaffer and Shafer are also working to make PetMiny a staple in homes.
The company offers pet-friendly recipes like chicken broth, vegetable broth, and vegetable stock.
According to PetMinal, the products are also gluten-free, vegetarian, soy-free and low in sugar.
Shabby said the products can be used to make soup, stew, pasta, soups, stews, stir-fries, salad dressings, smoothies, pasta sauces, and dips.
Shafer said the company has a very positive relationship with pet food companies.
Petfood companies such as Nestle, Heinz, and Dr Pepper have also offered PetMins Milk Fund products to their customers.
With a growing demand for Petmint, Shaffers hope to continue the PetMinst milk fund’s growth.