CHARLOTTE — A Charlotte-based company specializing in pet care raised $35 million from investors, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Monday.

Petfolk raised the money from 15 investors and would like to raise an additional $5 million, according to the filing.

The company’s founder and CEO is Audrey Wystrach, who started the company in 2019. She previously was chief operating officer of Austin, Texas-based ZippiVet and a veterinarian for Banfield Pet Hospital. She also owned a mobile concierge vet service in Arizona.

Her brother, Michael Wystrach, is also an executive and director of the company. Michael Wystrach was most recently the CEO and founder of the prepared meal delivery subscription service, Freshly, which he sold for $1.5 billion to Nestle in 2020.

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