This brewery is offering a free, personalized crate of beer to anyone who welcomes a formerly abused dog into their home.
Business owner Tamas Szilagyi doesn’t just run the Mad Scientist Brewery in Budapest, Hungary, she advocates for the adoption of rescue animals. It’s because she’s a self-proclaimed animal lover that the entrepreneur created a campaign which offers a free, personalized crate of beer to anyone who adopts a dog from the nearby shelter.
Global News reports that all of the dogs came from the Noe Animal Sanctuary, which has rescued abandoned and tortured dogs from abusive homes since 1992. Approximately 1,000 animals – from dogs to deer, to cattle and foxes – are cared for by the sanctuary.
Szilagyi explained the reason the brewery is offering a free crate of beer to those who adopt by saying,
“We wanted to draw people’s attention, that sanctuary dogs are not worse (than other dogs), they are not waste you throw out.”
There are only seven dogs at the Noe Animal Sanctuary who need furrever homes, so if you live in the area or frequent Budapest often, consider adopting a lovable canine.
Kinga Schneider, a spokeswoman for the sanctuary, said the facility couldn’t be happier with the partnership. And, there’s already been one adoption to celebrate, as last Tuesday, a Rottweiler puppy was adopted by Melinda Varady.
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