A little old lady named Edna went out to buy cat food. She picked up three cans and took them to the store’s cashier.
“I’m sorry,” the young girl said, “but we can’t sell any cat food without proof that you have a cat. Too many senior citizens are buying pet food to eat themselves. Management wants proof that you are buying this food for a cat.”
Edna went home in a huff, returned with her kitty and was allowed to buy the cat food.
The next day, Edna went to the same store to buy three cans of dog food, but was again told that she needed to prove she had a dog. The pissed-off biddy went home, brought her pooch to the store and paid for the dog food.