Recode is reporting that cat food can be purchased for less than $30 on Amazon.com and other online retailers.
The news comes as food delivery service Lyft is trying to gain market share in the US, and it has a large cat-food shelf in the company’s fleet.
Recode has also previously reported that cat owners can order cat food at Walmart, Walmart’s own online grocery store.
The cat food is designed to be delivered to your doorstep in a plastic tray, which can be filled with a food like chicken or beef jerky, or even the cat’s favorite pet treats.
The food is packed in a sealed plastic bag, and if you don’t want to take your cat with you, you can also use a box or box with a lid.
The cat food itself can be shipped to your home, and you can order it in different colors and sizes.
The company also says that you can even order the food via mail if you need it for an emergency.
The shipping is free, but you will need to pay for delivery.
The news comes after several retailers announced they would be launching cat food options on their platforms, including Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Costco.
It is unclear whether or not cat food will be offered at these retailers, but it is expected to soon.
The full story is available at Recode.