Edwards Street Fellowship Center and Southern Pines Animal Shelter offers a pet food pantry program for low-income pet owners. Their food pantry is open on Thursdays and Fridays. Clients will need to register first before they are eligible to receive any cat or dog food.
The Greater Androscoggin Humane Society runs the Fetchin’ Food Pet Pantry, a program offered to residents in towns including Auburn, Canton, and Lewiston. Their pet pantry is open every Tuesday morning (unless it’s a holiday). Their website outlines the eligibility criteria.
The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland runs a pet food assistance program for pet owners in need of temporary support. Pet owners need to register via the online form available on their site. If accepted, pet food can be picked up in front of the adoption center at a designated time.
This non-profit organization supports pet-owning residents in Northwest Louisiana. Pet owners who require support will need to sign up as a client with one of the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana’s network of food pantries.
Southeast Louisiana Pet Food Pantry is a non-profit based in Slidell, Louisiana. The goal of the pantry is to offer support to low-income pet owners who need support feeding current pets. Please visit their website to apply for assistance.
The Louisiana Pet Food Bank is a non-profit that distributes pet food donations to groups including low-income seniors, veterans, and families in crisis. Please get in touch with the organization if you are a pet-owning resident in Southeast Lousiana who needs support.
The Humane Society of Faulkner County rusn a pet food pantry program for residents who may have fallen on hard times and cannot feed their pets. Their pet food pantry program is open the first Saturday of every month. Check their website for hte latest schedule.