Pet Food Pantry

Together, Let’s Feed Animals

The Humane Society of Pinellas manages and maintains a Pet Food Pantry for residents of Pinellas County when they need a little help providing food for their pets. Our pantry is a source of sustenance for pets on a short-term, emergency basis as well as long-term help to individuals who may be unemployed, living with a disability, or receiving government assistance.
To obtain pet food from our pantry, we ask pet owners to download our Pet Food Pantry Client Profile Form and bring it and a copy of their driver’s license to our Volunteer Village, located next to our Adoption Center. Copies of the form are also in our Volunteer Village for people who may not have access to a printer. 

We understand that pet owners may face financial hardships at any time so we do not require documentation of need for the first three months while receiving food from our Pet Food Pantry. After three months, we will require proof of unemployment, disability or government assistance. While we strive to provide pet food and certain supplies, our pantry is stocked through the generosity of our donors so we are unable to guarantee the availability of food. Please call 727-797-7722 ext. 241 for inquiries of pet food.

Our Pet Food Pantry is open to the community solely through our Volunteer Village:

Wednesday and Thursday: 11AM – 6PM

How You Can Help

Our pet food pantry is stocked through the generosity of our donors! Monetary donations, as well as donations of food and supplies such as cat litter, are always needed to support our programs. All donated supplies can be dropped off at the Humane Society of Pinellas during our operating hours. Visit our Donate page to learn how else you can contribute to our organization.

For additional information about our Pet Food Pantry, please contact our Outreach Department at [email protected] or by clicking the contact button.


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