Pet food pantry provides for those who have fallen on hard times

A husband and wife in Ewing are running a pet food pantry out of their home to help those who may be in need. Stacks of donated pet food line Lisa and Jonathan Iszard 's home.

The Iszards say all of the bags have been donated by generous animal lovers. They say they've given away more than 1,900 pounds of animal food. The couple says it has helped more than 60 dogs, 85 cats, five birds and even a duck.

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