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Each year, over 40 million low- or no-income people in the United States rest on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to help squeeze food for themselves and their families. It is the many wide-reaching program in the domestic craving reserve net, assisting keep millions of families from starving.
But what about their pets? Unfortunately, SNAP advantages can't be used to buy pet food, leaving bad families with pets in a formidable position.
Some disagree that people should not keep pets if they can't means them, but the fact is that an particular or family’s financial standing can change at any time.
Should someone be forced to give up a pet they’ve had for years just since they hit a financial severe patch? Or should they be means to implement sovereign assist to continue feeding their pet?
For many people, pets are deliberate family, not property. Being forced to give up a pet since you can’t means to feed it would be devastating.
Sign the petition propelling the USDA to enhance SNAP advantages to embody pet food.