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Program provides food, toys for pets of seniors

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Local children are taking part in Giving Tuesday by helping the Helen Woodward Animal Center.

Showing off some good old-fashioned "generpawsity," they will be putting together holiday-themed meals and gift baskets for the pets of homebound seniors.

In this CBS News 8 video story, Jeff Zevely has more on how you can help the AniMeals program.

https://twitter.com/JeffCBS8/status/539853655172579328


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