Pet Food PantriesPet Food Pantries and Spay/Neuter Assistance for the US

By isak, December 10, 2009

A week's worth of pet "groceries"I have a new list of Pet Food Pantries and Spay/Neuter Assistance for the US to share with everyone. Though it seems to be impossible to locate one definitive source, it is heartening to know their numbers keep growing.

If you are looking for pet food assistance, you might also check with your local pet food pantry as some of them are starting to include pet food. And you might even search Facebook for “Pet Food Pantry” in the groups section.

If you know of anything I have missed or something we should include, please contact me.

See also similar posts on this blog listed below. And good luck to you. Stay strong!

4 Comments

  1. adrienne mackeever says:

    for years i donater to animal charities now i need help i live on a fixed income [social security]& not a lot im 81 yrs & have 4 cats [all the same family] ive had them for 5 yrs now i was hoping to get a good raise in my soc sec check for the month but as you know it was very little $4.00 for me i cannot aford to feed my babies now i have 4 cats they have been with me for 5 yrs now they cry from hunger its breaking my heart i may have to take them to a shelter but to think they might be killed is just too much to bare please please 732 780 8401 freehold nj 0772 help tell me where to get food help for them i have gone many a nite wi30 helen avethout dinner just to feed them im 81 i just cant handle this anymore thank you adrienne mackeever

    • isak says:

      Give these folks a call and see if they can help you with food assistance: Adopt-a-pet
      (732) 462-5184.

      Have you contacted your local food banks for people? They often provide pet food as well ad people food. And because they are local to you, they know more options than we do. Many food pantries are run through area churches, so check your churches, too. Some Meals on Wheels programs provide pet food. Contact your local pet rescue groups and ask if they know who can help you with food. If you feel you must give up your babies, reach out to rescue groups before you take them to a shelter. But I think their company is very good for you.

    • isak says:

      I have reached out to some organizations in your area asking them to help you. Please let me know if you hear from them.

  2. Karen says:

    This is great news and very helpful! Keep spreading the word that these pet pantries are out there to help in tough times!
    I also wanted to let you know that on our website we are donating $1 to one of five different pet pantries one behalf each new user that adds their profile (no charges ever apply with our site-it is for fun and information only!)
    Thanks for all you do!

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