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Meals on Wheels. . . For Pets?

Niki MattsonNiki Mattson St. PaulMember Posts: 20,360
edited 7 January, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
Mommy and I live in a building for elderly and disabled people, and Mommy just got a newsletter, and it said that Meals on Wheels, which came to the building (and that, we didn't know, but don't need it anyway) was now having a special delivery for pets! Mommy talked to one of her friends, who is also a tenant, and did accept Meals on Wheels for a very short time, and she said that would be okay, if you knew what kind of food it was and if it fit in with your pet's diet. Mommy wouldn't consider it, unless she was really in the hole, but it really is interesting that they are doing that now. Has anykitty ever heard, or accepted this?
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