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Food Donation

Monica PhillipsMonica Phillips Santa ClaraMember Posts: 5
edited 24 May, 2005 in Food & Nutrition
I just got switched onto a new diet food by my vet but my Mom still has a big huge bag of Science Diet Sensitive Stomach food that I use to eat previously. She dosen't want to waste it...anyone know a good place where I can donate my old bag of food?


  • Cheryl SimsCheryl Sims DallasMember Posts: 869
    edited 27 February, 2006
    Ask your vet if they work with rescue groups, if they do maybe they would give it to them. Or maybe call the local shelter???
  • Monica PhillipsMonica Phillips Santa ClaraMember Posts: 5
    edited 27 February, 2006
    Thank you Amber! My Mom called the local Humane Society and they were delighted to take the food so she is going to bring it to them tomorrow. Yeah! Thanks for the advice!! *Meow*
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