Starving pets in shelters get 24,650 bowls of food
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All of the puppies from the Helen Woodward Animal Center received assistance from the Amos "Bags 4 Bowls" program and have now found their forever homes. (Photo courtesy of Helen Woodward Animal Center.)
I asked for birthday gifts in advance, and everyone sent me letters telling me beautiful stories about adopting pets. Thank you all. Amos will donate 24,650 bowls of food for the shelter animals.
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