Pet pantries opened by Wisconsin Humane Society in response to rising inflation
Inflation causes problems for American pet owners. The Wisconsin Humane Society has created an initiative to help. The Furry Friends Pet Food Pantry ensures that your pet’s needs won’t take a back seat. WHS provides pet food, treats and cat litter to people who are struggling to provide for their pets.
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that those who have pets are seeing rising prices and veterinary care due to inflation. Many pet owners struggle to make ends meet.
You can’t pay for pet food with your love. Your love for your pet is priceless, but when money is tight, what do you do? The Wisconsin Humane Society saw the need for a pet pantry and provided an answer.
Pet Pantry Directory
The following locations and community partners provide a pet food pantry to pet owners in their area. Call ahead before visiting any of the listed locations to ensure availability, hours and qualifications.
The Furry Friends food program only works if people donate. The Wisconsin Humane Society is always seeking donations from:
- Dog food (wet/dry)
- Cat food (wet/dry)
- Dog treats
- Cat treats
- cat litter
All brands or sizes and unopened items are accepted for the Furry Friends Pet Food Pantry. Torn or open donation bags are used at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.
Donations can be dropped off at any WHS shelter during opening hours.
Another way to donate is through the WHS online store. Users can select a product they would like to donate (at a discounted price), add it to their cart, and proceed to checkout. WHS staff will remove purchased product from their shelves and donate it to the pet food pantry. Donors will not need to collect items.
The Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS), which offers the Featured Pet segment, is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to build a community where people appreciate animals and treat them with respect and kindness.
Founded in 1879, the WHS has been saving the lives of animals in need for nearly 140 years. WHS is a 501(c)(3) organization and operates animal shelters in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Door, and Brown counties, as well as a spaying clinic in West Allis. WHS serves 40,000 animals annually. WHS receives no general government funding and is not part of any national umbrella organization. WHS is the largest shelter in the state of Wisconsin.
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