Mary Birrell, volunteer and Board of Director member of the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, drops off cat food at a home in Tampa, Fla. "AniMeals," or Meals On Wheels for pets, is a monthly program where volunteers use their own cars and gas to deliver free dry cat or dog food to people who can't afford it, the homebound and the elderly.
Mary Birrell, volunteer and Board of Director member of the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, drops off cat food at a home in Tampa, Fla. "AniMeals," or Meals On Wheels for pets, is a monthly program where volunteers use their own cars and gas to deliver free dry cat or dog food to people who can't afford it, the homebound and the elderly. AP
Mary Birrell, volunteer and Board of Director member of the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, drops off cat food at a home in Tampa, Fla. "AniMeals," or Meals On Wheels for pets, is a monthly program where volunteers use their own cars and gas to deliver free dry cat or dog food to people who can't afford it, the homebound and the elderly. AP

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December 28, 2013 07:06 AM

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