Six hundred animal residents at the Fort Worth Animal Care & Control got to eat a special Thanksgiving meal on Thursday.

Several volunteers started preparing a feast for the animals the day before Thanksgiving which they froze before serving it at 11 a.m. the next day.

The food included grain-free dehydrated dog food, pumpkins, green beans and chicken, CNN reported.

According to the New York Daily News, all of the meals were donated by volunteers and the public.

A Facebook Live video of a three-year-old terrier mix named Riley, who is up for adoption, showed him enjoying a sample of the meal on Wednesday.

“He gets a sneak peak of what all the other dogs will get tomorrow,” a staff member of the shelter said.

Ciuchcia (Steam train engine), a four-month-old dog, rests after playing in a courtyard at Schronisko (Shelter), a shelter for homeless animals, near Piotrkow Trybunalski
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