'Freekibble' Gives Free Food to Shelter Cats and Dogs

By: Vivian Lau - Published: May 27, 2012 • References: freekibble & neatorama
'Freekibble' is a site that gives free food, ten pieces of kibble to be exact, to animal shelters when you answer a daily trivia question. The best part? You don't have to get the question right for Freekibble to donate.

Started in 2008 by Mimi, a young girl who was then eleven, Freekibble has now provided 7 million meals to various shelters, food banks and rescues all over the country. The program solely requires participation from caring people all over the web.

Mimi's compassion is truly inspiring, and everything is done for donators, from purchasing the kibble to delivering it. All users have to do is click! It couldn't be easier.

This is a great way to give much-needed food to animals in need. Stats for Animal-Feeding Sites Trending: Older & Chilly
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