Pet Pantry Offered at Humane Society of Manatee County
The Pet Pantry is a service of the Humane Society and is made possible through the generous contributions of local community members and businesses. For Manatee County residents who are unable to feed their pets, HSMC will assist by providing temporary pet food assistance.
This service is being offered to households in need of short term help with dog or cat food (for their owned animals) and that intend to keep their pets and not relinquish them. Food is distributed Monday through Saturday (excluding Tuesdays) between 11am and 4pm. Applicants must show proof of spay/neuter or must agree to spay or neuter their animals. HSMC can assist through their clinic.
HSMC Pet Pantry accepts donations of all kinds of unopened cat and dog food.
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