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CBS News

Rescue Chocolate: Human Treats Help Homeless Animals

Rescue Chocolate founder Sarah Gross says the company was inspired by her rescued pit bull Mocha. “I was walking her in the park one morning, after having had a breakfast of chocolate”, says Gross, “and I had the idea, why don’t I put my love of chocolate with my love of dogs and animal rescue together, so Rescue Chocolate was born”.

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Los Angeles Times

Five Ways To Show Your Love For Animals This Valentine’s Day

These animal-centric options will let you show your affection for a significant other, family member or friend on Valentine’s Day and help animals at the same time. We’d call that a win/win situation!….

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philadelphia inquirer


These sweets save Rescue Chocolate, a Brooklyn company that donates all its net proceeds to animal rescue efforts, is making the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society its beneficiary for the month of August. The sweets are handmade, vegan, kosher, and that kitten on the package of Mission Feral Fig is Athena, rescued by PAWS in September 2009.

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The Village Voice

Rescue Chocolate Aids Sweet Tooths And Homeless Pets

Park Slope has given us numerous whimsical and highly specific food products, but until now, it had not produced a line of chocolate bars inspired in part by feral cats and castration.

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