Generous Woman Cooks Full Roast Dinners For Over 40 Shelter Dogs Every Sunday
December 15, 2014
Every Saturday, Claire Nash cooks a full roast dinner for her husband, four children, and over 40 shelter dogs.
Nash, 41, started as a volunteer dog walker at the Cardiff Dogs' Home in Wales. She often brought with her the family's leftovers to give to the rescue dogs, but there was never enough to go around.
Now she cooks enough on Saturday afternoons to be sure that every bowl is full on Sunday.
The meals consist of chicken and gravy, carrots, peas, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and sausages wrapped in bacon.
"The dogs love it," she told Wales Online. "They can smell it coming the moment I arrive and open the boot of the car. They bark and go mad when they smell it but when the food is in front of them you could hear a pin drop it goes so quiet."
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