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The ASPCA award recognises Subaru of America, Inc.'s efforts supporting the health, rescue, transport and adoption of more than 250,000 animals in the U.S.A.

22 Sep 2021 | International News : U.S.A


Subaru of America, Inc. has announced that it is the first-ever recipient of the honouree Corporate Compassion Award from The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).

The Corporate Compassion Award recognises the automaker's longstanding commitment and efforts to protect and support pets nationwide.

Subaru of America, Inc.'s National Make a Dogs's Day initiative helps find homes for the hardest-to-adopt shelter dogs in the U.S.A
"At Subaru, we know that our owners have a passion and love for their pets, but unfortunately not all animals are provided loving homes and families," said Thomas J. Doll, President and CEO, Subaru of America, Inc.

"That's why Subaru and our retailers are proud to help animals in our communities and be long-time supporters and partners with the ASPCA. We are excited to accept the first-ever Corporate Compassion Award on behalf of not only Subaru and our retailers, but also for our Subaru community who is devoted to helping all animals feel safe and loved."

The annual ASPCA Humane Awards honours people and organisations who have gone above and beyond to support and make significant strides to improve animal welfare, as well animal heroes who help humans or other animals in extraordinary ways.

Through the Subaru Loves Pets initiative, Subaru and its retailers have supported the health, rescue, transport and adoption of more than 250,000 animals. Dedicated to helping all pets find homes, Subaru drives awareness for the hardest-to-adopt shelter dogs through its annual National Make a Dogs's Day initiative, celebrated on 22 October, reinforcing the automaker's commitment to be 'More Than a Car Company'.

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