Bakersfield Pet Food Pantry distributes emergency pet food on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. Cat litter is also distributed based on availability. Pet owners will need to complete an assessment application in order to check whether there are eligible for the free supplies.
Pasadena Humane runs the Helping Paws Food bank, where free pet food and supplies is offered to people with companion animals. Food bank services are by appointment only and pet owners must first submit an online application.
East Bay SPCA offers a pet food pantry service for dog and cat owners. Pet food is distributed until supply lasts on specific days of the week. You can check their website for the schedule. Pet owners can only pick up for their own household for a maximum of up to two dogs and two cats per household.
Friends for Life maintains a donation-run pet food bank. Proof of income and residency is not required to receive pet food, but pet owners will need to show that they have been making an effort to have their animals spayed or neutered.
Pets Are Loving Support (PALS) supports the pets of residents in Atlanta living with disabilities due to HIV/AIDS, terminal illnesses, and the elderly. The pet food is only provided to clients on record so please contact for more details on registration and paper works.
Concern for Animals runs a pet food bank program that offers temporary assistance to pet owners experiencing financial hardship. Pet owners have to call the CFA office to sign up and check whether they qualify for pet food assistance.
The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City runs a pet food bank in their facility that’s open to people needing assistance feeding their companion animals. To qualify, pet owners must fill out a form to prove their needs.