In honor of our pets’ important place in our families, Iams is asking consumers to choose the stories that speak to them the most.
There are five new television spots (featuring two cats and three dogs) that are featured on the Iams Facebook page. These stories are inspired by real stories of unconditional love.
Voting for your favorite new Iams television spot runs on the Iams Facebook page through November 29.
The winning spots will air on national television beginning in early December.
These new spots were designed to showcase the important role that high-quality pet food like Iams can play in keeping a dog or cat’s body as strong as their love.
To view the new television commercials, please visit the Iams Facebook page or click on the links below.
Rocky the dog didn’t know why Dawn was gone for so long, but when she showed up in military camoflouge, he was there ready to greet her with the biggest welcome home.
Ziggy the cat showed up on Jake’s family doorstep, and they took him in. Pet adoption saves lives, and Jake’s family thought that they saved Ziggy. But as Ziggy helped open the doors to Jake’s very private world, it became clear that he was the lifesaver.
Scout isn’t your average watch dog, but he never lets down his guard when protecting Jackie’s bike.
Duke is a tough dog, but when it comes to his young friend Gwen, he’s putty in her hands. From lipstick to painted nails, tiaras to tutus, Duke takes it all in stride.
Even though Danny’s music isn’t easy listening, his cat, Felix, loves to hear him play, and even sings along.
Thank you for voting today!
Have you voted, but would still like to help make a difference?
If you would like to help save a life this holiday season, you can support Iams Home 4 the Holidays program.
Pet adoption truly does save lives and participating in Home 4 the Holidays is easy.
You can help save a life with just one click of a button. There are 64 participating shelters in WA State, including:
Whisker City in Seattle, MEOW Cat Rescue in Kirkland, Seattle Animal Shelter, Purrfect Pals in Arlington, Pawsitive Alliance in Kenmore, Northwest Organization for Animal Help (NOAH) in Stanwood, Kitty Haven in Tacoma, Homeward Pet Adoption Center in Woodinville, and Kittitas County Friends of Animals in Ellensburg.
To see all of the participating WA State shelters, visit their participating shelter site.
Happy voting – may the best video win!
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