Web Radio Station Womanradio Remembers 1st Anniversary of Pet Food Recall with Special Program March 16th

 |  Mar 14th 2008  |   2 Contributions

Remembering the Initial Pet Food Recall March 16, 2008

Web radio station Womanradio.org will present special programming for the first anniversary of the initial pet food recall of 2007. It will begin at 2 p.m. EDT with Make a Change a song for the friends lost by noted composers Karen Phillips and Yohanna Vanderkley of Webbils and Song.

The programming will feature people whose lives have been deeply affected by the pet food crisis and those working to make changes.

The now legendary Don Earl will tell the story of the killing of his cat Chuckles and his determined quest for justice over the past year.

Lawyer Ted Charney of Toronto Canada will outline class action lawsuits versus Menu Foods.

Ron Smith creator of PETitionz.org will comment on the reactions of site visitors from 143 countries to events as they unfolded following that first recall.

Karen Fraser and Personal Chef Tabitha Chapman will chat about the March 18th launch of their new Trust Pet Cuisine. The meals are cooked by an International Chef in a kitchen using all fresh human ingredients and then conveniently delivered to your home or office. Trust makes the food pet owners would cook for their pets if they had the time and knowledge.


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