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Cats protest empty shelves, humans desperate.

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Local grocery stores have been running low on cat food in recent weeks. In reaction to this development, some feline representatives scornfully commented, “ME-oooow.”

Cat owners are worried.

“If I don’t come home with his food, things could get rough,” said one troubled cat person.

The lack of cat food could cause disruptions in sleep, work and may even result in an increase of domestic cat incited abuse cases.

Yes, this is a serious matter.

William Randolph Hearst (the cat) clutches a container of his cat food after learning of the shortages.

Julie B. Maglio
Julie B. Maglio
Julie B. Maglio has experience in art, graphic arts, web design and development. She also has a strong scientific background, co-authoring a scientific paper on modeling the migration and population dynamics of the monarch butterfly, while attending the Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute at Cornell University. She holds a B.A. from New College of Florida, majoring in Biology.
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