Dog Barks for food PetSoupKitchenTom Wargo’s life changed when he saw an elderly woman sharing her only daily hot meal with a cat.

“That cat was her only friend, giving her reason to get up in the morning and giving her a reason to live,” Wargo said. She couldn’t afford pet food, so Wargo dd something about it.

He started a pet soup kitchen to provide food for animals who live with poor families. That was 16 years ago.

In the beginning, he handed out free cat and dog food from his truck — about 40,000 pounds of pet food per year. By 2008, he secured a warehouse.

READ the story from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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