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« Reply #15 on: December 17, 2009, 04:57:30 PM »

Goldsboro News-Argus May 18, 2009

Goldsboro, Wayne County, North Carolina-

"The Wayne County Humane Society's pet food giveaway has been a success in assisting struggling pet owners, organizers said, and they are still seeing more and more people coming to pick up food.

""We started helping 36 families. We're now helping over 100 families," said Barrett Parker, president of the WCHS.

"The food giveaway currently does not require proof of need or income for pet owners to receive food, and organizers say they would rather keep it that way. But they're concerned about getting the food to the people who really need it, Ms. Parker said.

""We'd rather not do that. We'd rather people be honest with us," she said. "Come if you need the help. If you don't, there may be someone who does."

"On the third Sunday of each month, the lines sometimes stretch around the corner at Carolina Mini Storage on Parkway Drive as people arrive early to claim a spot to wait.

""We don't start until 2, and we had people tell us they'd been waiting at the gate since 11:30," said Sheila Gardner, WCHS secretary. "We've been giving it all out, we empty out."

"While they don't have the resources to hold the giveaway more than once a month, and try to spread the food around as far as they can, the program volunteers still strive to assist pet owners however they can.

""We're just helping them as much as we can. Maybe they buy four bags a month, and now they're only buying three," Ms. Parker said.

"The program is not meant to support people who are breeding animals or others who are involved with animals to make money. It's also just for Wayne County residents, and intended to provide support for those who really need it. But they are concerned with getting the donated food to the pet bowls of dogs and cats who really need it, Ms. Parker said.

"The giveaway also puts the volunteers face to face with families, so they can help with any other local pet owners' concerns, such as finding a way to spay or neuter their pets.

""If they're feeding two or three, they might end up with 15-20," Ms. Parker said.

"The spay and neuter program accepts applications from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the adoption center. Unlike the food giveaway, applicants hoping to have their pet spayed or neutered at low to no cost are required to bring proof of income such as pay stub or unemployment or disability check stub.

"They do accept open bags of food, as long as the food is still good, and will even come to pick up donations if necessary. Donators can drop off food or monetary gifts at Carolina Mini Storage on Parkway Drive Monday through Friday during normal store hours."

Wayne County Humane Society website

P. O. Box 821
Goldsboro, NC 27530

Note that this is a small volunteer group, so it's likely you will need to leave a message.  According to their website, they will attempt to phone you three times, and then you will need to contact them all over again.
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« Reply #16 on: December 17, 2009, 04:58:57 PM »

Wentworth-Rockingham County, North Carolina-

Animal Protection Society of Rockingham County
PO Box 13
Wentworth, NC 27375

The Pet Care Assistance Program (PCAP) provides for the needs of companion animals in Rockingham County.  The following items are collected through your tax deductible* donations and distributed to pets in need around the county:

Pet Food (Please see Food For Furry Friends for donation information)

Spay /Neuter assistance and transport

Fencing and Pens

Pet Food Dishes

Dog Houses (new and used, all sizes)

Flea and tick control

Gift Bags

If you have an item you would like to donate, please contact   Please let us know if you would like a receipt.

Now more than ever many families are struggling to feed themselves and their pets. Every day people are making the heartbreaking choice to surrender their family pets to the Rockingham County Animal Shelter.  Regretably once the pet is surrendered to  the small and already overcrowed shelter, the chance is slim that it will ever find  another home.  Unfortunately most of the animals (Nearly 80%) are euthanized.

Our goal is to provide assistance to families so they do not have to surrender their pets and can keep and care for them until they see better times. 


Together we can make a difference for families and pets in need. If you want to donate pet food, please call us.  We will arrange to pick up your donation.  If you want to make your dollars s t r e t c h  even farther and help more animals, making  a monetary donation will help us buy larger amounts of food at a reduced price.

If you want to volunteer to help pick up and/or deliver pet food to needy families or help with organizing and staffing pet food drives, we would love to have you!

Send us an email or give us a call at 336-791-4606. If you call us, please leave a message and a volunteer will get back to you as soon as possible.

If you wish to make a tax-deductible monetary donation, please make your check payable to the Animal Protection Society of Rockingham County

and mail it to:

APSRC Food Program
P.O. Box 13
Wentworth, NC 27375

By marking "Food Program" on the envelope and/or check,  we will know that you want your donation to be used to buy food rather than other items such as medication or bedding etc.

Thank You on behalf of the Animals!

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« Reply #17 on: December 17, 2009, 05:00:55 PM »

Charlotte Observer (North Carolina)--

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Animal Control shelter located at 8315 Byrum Drive in Charlotte.

"That's why the city shelter just launched a Pet Food Bank to provide free food to those in need.
Donations have been steady, from 50 bags of food from a second grade class at New Life Christian Academy to 1,500 pounds of food from students at UNC Charlotte.

"The Humane Society of Charlotte has no formal food bank, but accepts donated food for pet owners in need."

The Humane Society of Charlotte is receiving a donation of two tons of Rachael Ray’s dog food line Nutrish and will be giving it away to those in the community who need it most on Friday, March 13th  from noon-5 p.m.

2700 Toomey Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28203

Humane Society of Charlotte's link is above.

Updating this:

News 14 March 24, 2009

Animal Care Unit Sets Up Pet Food Bank

Charlotte--"The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Animal Care and Control Unit is setting up a pet food bank for those who can't afford to feed their animals.

"If you would like to donate, you can either bring pet food or monetary donations to Animal Care and Control, located at 8315 Byrum Drive.  All food must be unopened.

"If you need help with your pets, you can go to the shelter and sign up for temporary help."

More news:

Charlotte Observer March 30, 2009

Organizers of a drive to provide pet food for owners who can't afford to feed their dogs and cats have announced four sites where the food can be picked up.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Animal Care & Control Services are teaming in this effort, which also includes an effort to get pet food and financial contributions from the public.

Officials say the number of pets being turned in at the Mecklenburg County animal shelter is growing, as the economy continues to worsen.

Pet owners who request boxes of food will have to show proof of need, say officials of the Second Harvest Pet Food Bank.

Donors are asked to drop off bags that are 4 or 5 pounds or smaller. Those fit in the boxes being used by organizers of the Pet Food Bank. But larger bags also are welcome, they say.

Here are the pet food pickup sites:

Community Outreach, 1800 Brewton Drive. 704-333-4280. 9:30 a.m.-1:45 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Contact Gwen or Blease Turner.

Abundant Life Child Development Center, 512 West 32nd Street. 704-375-0568. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays. Contact Veronica Alexander.

Harbor Baptist Church, 5801 Old Concord Road. 704-596-2992. 10 a.m.-noon and 1-3 p.m. weekdays except Mondays. Contact Heath Spivey.

C.U.P. Ministry, 1201 East 36th Street. 704-331-4806. 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. Contact David Godwin.

Here is where food can be donated:

CMPD Animal Care & Control, 8315 Byrum Drive, Charlotte.

Second Harvest Food Bank, 500-B Spratt Street, Charlotte.

Financial donations should be sent to CMPD Animal Care & Control, and made payable to "Pet Food Bank Donation."


As the economy continues to decline, more and more families have to give up their pets because they are struggling to feed them. CMPD Animal Care and Control and Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina are partnering together to assist income eligible families with food for their dogs and cats to help keep pets with their families.

So far the Food Bank Program has collected 78,427 pounds of pet food!  We have also raised just over $13,000 in monetary donations.  This money will be used to purchase food in the event that donations slow down or we are in need of a certain type of food such as kitten or puppy. Thank you for all your support.


Make a monetary donation to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina Attn: Pet Food Bank 500-B Spratt Street
Charlotte, NC 28206
Drop off donations of pet food to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina, 500-B Spratt Street, Charlotte, NC 28206.


Pet food boxes may be picked up beginning March 30, 2009, at the following pantry locations:

1201 E. 36th Street
Hours: 9:30am-2:00pm
Mon., Wed.
Jackson Park
5415 Airport Drive
Can Distribute Tue, Wed, Thurs from 9:30 -11:30 a.m.
*By appointment only
Robinson Presbyterian
9424 Harrisburg Road
Can Distribute Mondays from 3-7 p.m.
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« Reply #18 on: December 20, 2009, 03:25:17 PM »

North Carolina-Hatteras Island-

The Hatteras Island Food Pantry is located at the United Methodist Church in Buxton, this is the only food pantry on the island, and it serves the needs of all the residents on Hatteras Island.

It is easy to donate with drop offs located at:

• Hatteras Realty in Hatteras Village, Avon, and Waves (Monday - Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

• Our Lady of the Seas Catholic Church Social Hall in Buxton (anytime – please leave donations by the front doors) and Our Lady of the Seas Catholic Church (before and after church services)

• Frisco Shopping Center in Frisco (open daily)

• Post Office in Rodanthe (Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - noon and 12:30 p.m. - 4 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. - noon)

If you don’t have time to shop, monetary donations are gratefully accepted. Checks can be made payable to United Methodist Men and mailed to Hatteras Island Food Pantry, PO Box 1591, Buxton, NC 27920.

If you have a commercial establishment that you would like added to the list of drop-off locations or would like more information, please contact food drive organizer, Linda Browning, at (252) 995-3662.

From November through New Year’s, locals, visitors and homeowners can drop off non-perishable items, including food items, toiletries, pet food, and other every day necessities at either office location. These donations go to a very worthy cause: local families who are having trouble making ends meet.
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« Reply #19 on: December 27, 2009, 01:33:02 PM »

North Carolina-Columbus-

Foothills Humane Society
989 Little Mountain Road
Columbus, NC 28722
Phone: (828) 863-4444
FAX (828) 863-2122

Donate Pet Food for the Pet Food Bank

Help restock our Pet Food Bank. Dry cat and dog food are especially needed to help pets of low-income community members remain in their homes and keep their pets. Bring donations to Foothills Humane Society.

Contact the society for more information.
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« Reply #20 on: December 27, 2009, 03:40:44 PM »

North Carolina-Catawba County area-

Humane Society of Catawba County
3224 20th Ave SE
Hickory, NC
(828) 464-8878
Fax us (828) 464-4299

Please note:  We are always VERY busy taking care of our animals, so please be patient with us, we don't answer the phones until noon...leave a voice mail, and we will do our best to return your call within a 24 hour period during regular business hours.

To leave a voice mail: Please speak slowly and clearly when leaving a message for us so that all of your information will be audible.  (828) 464-8878.

Our new Pet Food Pantry in 2009 provides pet food to needy families in Catawba and surrounding counties on a monthly basis. To date, over 45,000 lbs of food has been distributed to 75 homes. The food is donated by Target, Food Lion, PetsMart and other local anonymous donors.

Note-be patient when visiting the society's website as there are times when it's VERY slow to load pages.


What: Pet Food Pantry
Where: HSCC
When: Apr 24, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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« Reply #21 on: January 01, 2010, 02:38:38 PM »

North Carolina-Highlands & Jackson Counties-

Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society
200 Gable Dr.
Cashiers, NC 28774


FOODBANK: In these tough economic times, with folks across the country losing their jobs and homes, unprecedented numbers of surrenders of family pets to shelters are becoming a nationwide crisis. If you find yourself having to choose between feeding yourself or your pets, CHHS can help out temporarily, so your four-legged friends won’t have to miss any meals or be surrendered. Call or come by CHHS for information about receiving free dog chow or cat food from the foodbank. On the other hand, if you are in a position to donate unopened bags of pet food to the shelter’s foodbank, you can help less fortunate families in the community keep their beloved companions.

Free pet food is available at the shelter for pets of needy families or individuals.

Even though it's not listed on the society's website, there is a reference to the food bank re: food for feral cats:

We can loan you a humane trap, provide kibble from our Food Bank, and organize spaying and neutering with our spay/neuter coupons.

Contact them for more information.   
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« Reply #22 on: March 31, 2010, 04:15:35 PM »

North Carolina-Wake County-

Wake County Animal Control, Care and Adoption Center
820 Beacon Lake Drive
Raleigh, NC 27610
919-212-PETS (7387)

I Newswire March 31, 2010

"The Triangle’s leader in convenient home delivery of pet food nutrition, The Pet Pantry, is in the final days of a month-long food drive in concert with the Wake County Animal Care, Control & Adoption Center in Raleigh. The company has been matching customer donations of its 100% natural holistic dog food ordered online from between March 1st and April 2nd.

"So far, over 1,600 pounds of The Pet Pantry’s Premium Adult Maintenance pet food has been collected, with the company doubling the amount of food donated by customers. The donations will help dog owners having difficulty feeding their companion animals due to tough financial circumstances.

"The Premium Adult Maintenance dog food The Pet Pantry is donating to the Wake County Animal Care, Control & Adoption Center food drive is supplied by trusted, reliable family owned and operated food producers dedicated to using human-grade, vitamin-rich ingredients. The donated food will be distributed to dog owners attending a rabies/microchip clinic at the DMV Headquarters on New Bern Avenue in Raleigh April 10th."

The Spring 2010 Rabies Microchip clinics are set!

Rabies vaccines are $5.
Microchips are $10.

April 10, 2010
10 a.m.–2 p.m.
DMV Headquarters
1100 New Bern Ave.

Contact them for more information about the food program.
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« Reply #23 on: May 06, 2010, 12:33:44 PM »

North Carolina-Rowan county-

Humane Society of Rowan County
P.O. Box 295
Salisbury NC 28145
Phone: 704-636-5700

Salisbury Post May 6, 2010

"The Humane Society of Rowan County will hold its annual Lights of Love in celebration of Be Kind to Animals Week tonight at City Park Lake.

"Lights of Love are luminaria placed around the lake in honor and in memory of loved ones, both two- and four-legged. Luminaria can still be purchased at $3 each by calling the organization at 704-636-5700, option 9. A volunteer will return your call and obtain the necessary information.

"Volunteers will be available to take luminary orders at the HSRC display during Friday Night Out on the Town in front of Cartucci's Restaurant on East Fisher Street. Orders will be called to Lights of Love volunteers who will add luminaria as necessary.

"One hundred percent of the proceeds from this project will go towards the veterinary and boarding expenses of animals in the care of the HSRC. The public is invited to participate and to drive by City Lake to view this display of honor and respect.

"As always, pet food donations may be dropped off at either event. Food is dispensed to families in need of assistance with the care of their animals. "

There's nothing on the society's website about their assisting with pet food.  Suggest contacting them if you are in the area and in need of help.
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« Reply #24 on: May 06, 2010, 04:55:19 PM »

North Carolina-Ashe county-

Ashe County Humane Society
1175 Old Hwy 16
Jefferson, NC
(In front of the National Guard Armory)

PO Box 1776
West Jefferson, NC 28694
(336) 982-4297$5,000_for_Ashe_Humane_Society_id_001293

Mountain Times May 6, 2010

"Tails were wagging on dogs of all shapes and sizes all the way around Ashe County Park in Jefferson on the morning of Saturday, May 1, when the Ashe Humane Society held their inaugural Woof Walk event.
"While both owners and dogs appeared to enjoy the Woof Walk itself - which went around the exterior of the park - many participants found it difficult due to a very steep section toward the end of the walk. Giles said that they might try to plan a less-strenuous course next year.

"The event raised $5,800 for the Humane Society from sponsorships, registration and donations from baked goods sold by The Shear Shack, a grooming business located in West Jefferson. The money raised will allow the organization to continue offering services such as reduced-cost spaying and neutering, their pet food bank (to help struggling people feed their pets) and the pet adoptions held on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m."

Contact the society for more information.
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« Reply #25 on: May 16, 2010, 06:26:02 AM »

North Carolina-Iredell County-

Friends of the Animals
PO Box 829
Statesville, NC 28687


Grace for Pets in association with Friends of the Animals will be hosting a Pet food drive in Iredell County beginning May 11, 2010. The food will be distributed to needy families through the Iredell Christian Ministries and the Mooresville Christian Mission. It will conclude Sunday, May 23, 2010 at ‘Fur in Flight’ a community festival at the Iredell County Fairgrounds.

Through these hard economic times, more and more pet owners have been faced with difficult financial decisions. Animal hospitals and shelters in our county and across the nation are experiencing more animals being surrendered because of the owner’s inability to provide basic care for their pets. Dog and cat food can be donated at the following locations:

Food Drop-off Locations

Name Phone Address City, State, Zip

Lakewood Veterinary Hospital 704-662-6077 813 Williamson Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117

Piedmont Bank 704-660-0111 165 Williamson Road Mooresville, NC 28117

Petco 704-663-7190 633 River Hwy.  Mooresville, NC 28117

Troutman Animal Hospital 704-878-9904 686 Murdock Road Troutman, NC 28166

Animal Hospital of Statesville 704-872-3625 181 Mocksville Hwy. Statesville, NC 28625

The Feed Bucket 704-871-9520 1520 Salisbury Road Statesville, NC 28677

Piedmont Bank  704-873-4219 325 E. Front Street Statesville, NC 28677

Piedmont Bank  704-873-4130  127 Northcross Lane Statesville, NC 28625

Lake Norman Pool & Spa 704-878-6699 411 S. Center Street Statesville, NC 28677

All American Fitness 704-838-0700 215 W. Front Street Statesville, NC 28677

Gordon’s Iron & Metal  704-873-9004 1300 Salisbury Road Statesville, NC 28677

Iredell Christian Ministries
322 East Front Street
P.O. Box 86
Statesville, NC 28687
(704) 924-6700

Mooresville Christian Mission
P.O. Box 62
100 Beam Drive
Mooresville, NC 28115
704 664-2357
Fax: 704 663-0388

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« Reply #26 on: May 19, 2010, 12:10:27 PM »

North Carolina-Rocky Mount-

Animal Crackers
Post Office Box 8860
Rocky Mount, NC  27804

Saturday May 22, 2010 10am-2pm

Animal Crackers Food Bank Grand Opening

586 English Road (just beyond the Honda Dealership)

Come join us and bring your furry friends to our Grand Opening of the Animal Crackers Food Bank.   If your furry friend is feeling generous to other pets in need, please bring pet food for donation (see below).  If you know a pet in need, tell them about us and to bring a food container that we can help fill.  Pet food for pets in need is first come, first serve while supplies last.  Check back often for upcoming events for the grand opening!

Wish/Donation List:

Unopen bags dog/cat food.

Unopen cans dog/cat food.

New and gently used toys.

New and gently used towels and blankets

New and gently used beds

Cat Litter

Monetary donations

Also at the Grand Opening:

Low cost rabies and microchip clinic with Riverside Veterinary Hospital

Rocky Mount Telegram May 20, 2010

"Mayor David Combs joined officers and friends of Animal Crackers for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the group's new Pet Food Bank at 586 English Road.

"The Pet Food Bank will host a grand opening celebration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday,
with hot dogs and beverages, a bake sale and raffle ticket opportunities to win a weekend of pet sitting or private home training sessions.

"Dr. Bob Cameron of Riverside Veterinary Hospital will be on site providing rabies shots for $5 and microchips for $15.  Representatives from several local animal organizations will also be on site to discuss adoptions.  Donations of pet food, pet toys and pet treats will  be accepted. These items will be distributed at no charge to qualified applicants."

Contact them for more information.
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« Reply #27 on: June 27, 2010, 04:28:29 PM »

North Carolina-Hoke, Harnett, Cumberland and Robeson counties-

Kibble Co-Op

Located at:
Fayettesville Tractor Supply
(910) 868-6222

Fayettesville Observer June 27, 2010

"Honey got a shot Saturday for her own good.

"Jeff Lott brought the 14-month-old Rottweiler to the Fayetteville Tractor Supply Co. on Raeford Road for her rabies shot. There, Dr. Olivia Guzman administered the vaccination in Lott's pickup.

""My wife rescues Rottweilers, and something like this helps keep the budget down," said Lott, who lives in Robeson County and works for a defense contractor on Fort Bragg.

"Lott, who is 39, figured he probably saved $7 by getting the rabies shot during the kickoff campaign of the pet food cooperative, Kibble Co-Op.

"Guzman is one of three veterinarians from the Cape Fear region who have offered to hold low-cost health clinics on a quarterly basis to assist low-income families with pets.

"Kathy Hynes is spearheading the co-op cause: To provide free pet food to those making sacrifices to keep their beloved animals. Primarily, the co-op is meant to serve people in Hoke and Harnett counties. But Hynes said it will be glad to help people struggling financially in Cumberland and Robeson counties, too.

"Saturday's rabies clinic, where the shots were available for $9 each, was part of Hynes' master plan.

""My whole idea is not only supply food for low-income individuals," she said, "but also provide immunization, wellness checks and heartworm (medication) for anybody."

"The clinic was billed as a grand opening, but Hynes said the co-op's website will not be available for another couple of weeks. At that time, people will be able to access the applications to participate.

""This is the start of everything," she said. "Hopefully, in a year it will be bigger. This is the grassroots."

"Pet food donations can be made at Fayetteville Tractor Supply Co., which has agreed to provide storage in its warehouse.

"Hynes, known as "Skippy" to friends, serves as a medical administrator for the Hoke County Jail. But she also pulls dogs from animal shelters, providing rescue, rehabilitation and homes for them up north. She said she has saved 170 dogs in the past decade.

"Not just anyone will be able to receive free pet food once Kibble Co-Op is in full operation.

"To receive assistance, pet owners must meet at least one of the following criteria:

"They have aid-dependent children.

"They receive disability from Social Security.

"They're on Medicaid.

"They receive food stamps.

"Other criteria are based on annual income and the number of people living in the household.

"Hynes emphasized that pets must be spayed or neutered.

"Guzman, who works in Laurinburg at the X-Way Road Animal Hospital, also serves as a veterinary member of the Scotland County Board of Health. She's helping Hynes get the cooperative going.

"Kim Krivit of Parkton and Mary Ellen Brown, an emergency room veterinarian in Vass, are also on board.

""When the economy bottomed out last October, people lost their jobs, and the drop-off rate at the (county animal) shelter went up 200 percent," Guzman said. "They couldn't buy food for their pets. None of the other vets want to give any discounts.""

No website yet so call or e-mail for more information.
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« Reply #28 on: January 24, 2013, 10:39:15 PM »

Wake, Durham, Orange and Franklin counties

SAFE Haven for Cats
8431-137 Garvey Drive
Raleigh NC 27616

SAFE Haven Cat Shelter & Clinic is very proud to provide our Pet Food Pantry to help needy families supplement their pet’s food.

This program is intended to provide temporary, supplemental assistance for up to three (3) months. You must re-apply in six months if your circumstances have not changed and a new application is submitted.

To qualify the applicant must be:

Only one applicant per household.
Must be at least 18 years old or older.
All cats and dogs must be spayed or neutered by time food is distributed.
Must have a clear financial need for assistance.
Must present a photo ID.

We are helping anyone who is having financial difficulty:

People of all ages, races, marital status
Retired, living on social security or other limited income
Physically or mentally disabled
Homeless and/or nontraditional home

If you need immediate assistance, please do not hesitate to call 919.872.7233.  If you leave a message please refer to the Pet Food Pantry.

Online application
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« Reply #29 on: May 16, 2014, 06:03:44 AM »

Spay Neuter Charlotte
Many services available to support pet owners in need of assistance to care for their cats and dogs.
- Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Services -
- Wellness Services -
- Free Spay/Neuter Vouchers Program for Charlotte-Mecklenburg residents -
- Pet Food Pantry open to all pet owners -

Charlotte Location:  2017 N. Davidson St, Suite A
Pineville Location:  10833 Pineville Road
(704) 970-2711

Spay & Neuter Services
Dog Spay* - $99
Dog Neuter* - $75
Cat Spay  - $50
Cat Neuter - $40
*Dogs between 50-84lbs will be an additional $15; dogs over 84lbs add $30.
Check out our MONTHLY SPECIALS online!

Schedule your cat and dog’s annual shots & testing!
Meet with doctor - $20
Vaccines only - $10-$15
Testing - $15-25
Flea, ticket and heartworm preventative available.
Charlotte - Wednesdays
Pineville - Fridays

Get your pet fixed for FREE!
Every month, with help from our friends at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Care and Control (CMACC) and the ASPCA, we are offering 70 free surgeries. To qualify you must be a resident of
Charlotte-Mecklenburg.  If you are not a resident of Charlotte, please contact us to inquire further.

Pet Food Pantry
Our Pet Food Pantry is available to help pet owners in the need of food for their dog or cat. Pet food is distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis
based on available supplies.

To seek assistance for your cat and/or dog, stop by one of our clinics during the operating hours listed below:

Charlotte:  Mon thru Fri; 8:30am-4:30pm

Pineville:     Mon, Tue, Wed or Fri; 8:30am-4:30pm
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