Community Pet Resources

Behavior Resources

Are you looking for training tips for your furry friend?  Is your pet exhibiting problematic behavior and you’re not sure what to do?  See our behavior resources for ideas to help―and contact us at any time for advice on how to help your pet fit in with your family.

Kibble Supply Pet Food Pantry

Pet owners who are using governmental assistance, who are struggling to make ends meet, or who are facing a temporary financial hardship can receive free pet food from our Kibble Supply Pet Food Pantry on designated distribution days.  

Community Cat Program

Our Community Cat Program traps, spays/neuters, vaccinates, and returns community cats to safe outdoor placements or finds loving homes for socialized kitties.  If you are caring for a colony of community cats, we may be able to help.

Prevent A Litter Plus Program

Preventing unplanned litters and keeping pets healthy is imporant for every family, regardless of financial situation.  Our Prevent a Litter Plus program provides assistance to spay/neuter and vaccinate the pets of community members with lower income.

If you are looking for resources in your area such as primary or emergency veterinary care, relief feeding your pets, cat TNR (trap-neuter-release) , temporary foster/boarding, pet transportation, behavioral resources and training, etc. visit our Animal Friends Alliance Community Resource Guide

Need other pet resources or assistance?

Considering rehoming your pet?

We strive to keep pets with their loving families, but we know that circumstances change and unforeseen events can happen.  Visit our resource page for ideas to keep your pet at home, information about our intake process, and tips for safely rehoming your pet.