Raising Cane's donates to South Plains SPCA

Raising Cane's donates to South Plains SPCA

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

News release from Raising Cane's

Lubbock, Texas (March 1, 2019) – Raising Cane’s has always valued its commitment to pet welfare. After all, the Louisiana-based company known for its ONE LOVE – quality chicken finger meals – is named after its founder’s beloved yellow Lab, Raising Cane.
 
Which is why every holiday season, Raising Cane’s sells limited-edition plush puppies. Customers are invited to purchase a collectible stuffed mascot to help pets in need. For 2018, Cane was dressed as Frosty the Plush Puppy. Raising Cane’s also debuted a limited edition 2019 Cane III Puppy calendar. The best part is that 100% of the net proceeds from plush puppy and puppy calendar purchases are donated to pet welfare organizations in each of Raising Cane’s local communities. 

This week, Raising Cane’s donated $1,791.51 to the South Plains SPCA during a special check presentation with the organization’s leaders.
 
“Raising Cane’s is passionate about giving back to every community we serve, and pet welfare is one of our primary areas of focus,” said Christina Thompson, General Manager of the Cane’s on University Ave. “Keeping pets healthy and providing animals with loving homes through organizations like the South Plains SPCA is one of our most important goals. Caniacs are some of the most generous people you’ll find anywhere, and we’re grateful to them for pitching in to help us make this donation possible.”
 
At Raising Cane’s, it all starts with the chicken finger.  The 100% premium white meat chicken tenderloins are marinated, hand-battered and cooked to order. The menu is also renowned for its craveable – some say addictive – secret-recipe Cane’s sauce, crinkle-cut fries, coleslaw, Texas toast, freshly brewed sweet tea and fresh-squeezed lemonade. The company is likewise known for its commitment to active community involvement, centered on its six areas of focus: education, feeding the hungry, pet welfare, business development and entrepreneurship, active lifestyles and “everything else!”

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