Letter: Why Isn't There Mouse-Flavored Cat Food?

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I am sure that Mickey will be all ears as the results from unplugging the catalog are calculated ("The Mouse That Ate the Catalog," Feb. 27). Sometimes the answers to life's challenges seem too easy. It's like asking why isn't there mouse-flavored cat food? Wouldn't you think most cats would prefer this over lamb? I'll be willing to bet that Disney will dust off the catalog when there are no more orders ... from even a mouse!


Daniel J. Nasharr, Vice president, business development, The Allant Group, Naperville, IL


dnasharr@allantgroup.com


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