The pop star - a Nashville native and owner of five rescued dogs - wanted to help her hometown after hearing the shelter was overwhelmed with homeless pets, so she headed to a local store, bought the petfood and dropped it off at the shelter.
"Sometimes animals get left behind when people are going through tragedy," Ke$ha said.
She also confirmed that she'll perform in an upcoming benefit concert for the city.
While cat trends continue, the pandemic has added to overall slow-growth treatment of the cat food market.
Premiumization and humanization, as well as automation, fueled continued operation growth in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic.