I am passionate about food. But not just the food we cook, eat, and enjoy as humans. I care about the food we feed to our non-human companions. Sometimes it is the same stuff (thinking about the scraps we share with our pet dogs and with the microbes in our stomachs), but sometimes it’s different. Documenting our awareness of feeding others in science-making and policy-building is a large component of my doctoral research. Through the collection of historical documents and the production of ethnographic material, I hope to provide some insight into the political, ecological, economic, and overall cultural dimensions of food and feeding.