Katherine Heigl Launches Pet Line Dedicated to Ending Animal Abuse
Hollywood A-lister and past Modern Dog cover model Katherine Heigl has embarked on her newest project, one guaranteed to thrill animal lovers. The venture, called Just One, is a line of pet products from which a portion of each sale will support animal welfare efforts and programs.
“Animal cruelty and unnecessary euthanasia are a major problem,” said Heigl. “Just One believes that if each one of us does one thing to help this problem we will together solve it. Each time someone buys a Just One product, a percentage of that purchase will help to spay and neuter pets, place orphaned animals in loving homes, and end the euthanizing of 10,000 pets a day. Our goal is to make people aware, and to make it as easy as possible for them to commit to help us change the situation in this country for companion animals.” Heigl and her mom, Nancy Heigl, both committed animal advocates, established Just One to help fund the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, the organization they founded in memory of their brother and son, Jason, who passed away at the age of 15.
As Katherine says, “the way you solve big problems is by taking small steps. In this case, saving one pet at a time. Hence the name of our company. If thousands of people each help us save just one pet, we can make great strides in eliminating the inhumane treatment of animals.” Check it out at just1pet.com.