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    Senior Member razz's Avatar
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    My dog food supply for the next 3 months was delivered to my house on April 2, thank goodness. It does give one peace of mind.
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    We bought two months of dog food but maybe we should snag a third. One is gone now because we've been in for a month.

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    I bought 3 months of dog food and treats a month ago. A 11lb bag is 3 months supply)

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    I paid attention and started buying way before the panic. We usually have at the very least a months supply of everything. Because I donít like to run out of stuff we usually have a list of what we get low on. I havenít been in a grocery store in a month . We do curbside pick up and I get peppers, broccoli, lettuce, beets Plus a few other things each week or so. I like to give the loader a ten dollar tip. They are surprised and I know generosity to our lowest wage earners is what we should all be doing. Our little organic farm store is too crowded for me. Iíll go back and spend the extra money to support local farmers when this is over.

    From friends reports still low are toilet paper, chicken, yeast, lentils, flour, and anything Clorox. Also reports senior hours are packed. A friend went to sams the other day at 5:30 to stand n line for the 7am opening. He was only allowed me pack of toilet paper so got the 55 mega roll package. He said their were stacks floor to ceiling cordoned off and the store said that was two hours worth. Runnng out of toilet paper is the least of my worries. Like people did up until very recently we can use old cloth, rinse it out and throw it in the washer or a jar of soapy water. Figure it out people.

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    I wouldn't like to use cloth for #2, but I'd be OK with it for #1. I've got a ton of old t-shirts to cut up if needed.

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    Itís the same as cloth diapers for babies. Not a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tradd View Post
    I wouldn't like to use cloth for #2, but I'd be OK with it for #1. I've got a ton of old t-shirts to cut up if needed.
    I wouldn’t like it either, but I would do whatever I had to. Especially high risk people who should avoid crowds in stores at all costs.

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