Supporting our Pets
Palace Pet Products kindly supports the following charities with
a 5% donation to one charity for each pet bed purchased.
House Rabbit Society
Rabbit Society is an international rabbit rescue organization with two
to rescue and rehabilitate homeless rabbits when their time is up at
animal shelters, and to educate the public on house rabbit care. We have
chapters and representatives in 30 states plus Canada, Australia,
Europe, Hong Kong and Singapore, and operate a rabbit-only shelter in
Humane Society of North America
Humane Society of the United States is the nation's largest and most
effective animal protection organization—backed by 11 million Americans,
or one in every 28. Established in 1954, The HSUS seeks a humane and
sustainable world for all animals—a world that will also benefit people.
They are America's mainstream force against cruelty, exploitation and
neglect, as well as the most trusted voice extolling the human-animal
Elmbrook Humane Society
The Elmbrook Humane Society cares for the well being of animals and finds homes for them with the perfect families.
Humane Animal Welfare Society
Animal Welfare Society (HAWS)is the main animal shelter for Waukesha
County, WI. They serve 6000 animals per year including wildlife and
have a wide array of programs and services.
Paws With A Cause®
Paws With A Cause® trains Assistance Dogs
nationally for people with disabilities and provides
lifetime team support which encourages
independence. PAWS® promotes awareness through
Alley Cat Allies
Cat Allies promotes humane population control for stray and feral cats
effectively reducing their numbers, improving their overall health, and
respecting the sanctity of life.
10 Lives Club
A shelter club for the benefit of stray felines. They are devoted to promoting and enhancing the lives of all cats.
Wisconsin Humane Society
year, the Wisconsin Humane Society cares for thousands of injured,
neglected, abused, and abandoned animals. Their Wildlife Rehabilitation
Center, one of the largest in the country, rescues and rehabilitates,
and when possible, releases nearly 5,000 animals each year. As a
non-profit organization, they rely entirely on the kindness of
community-minded individuals, organizations and corporations to continue