It Takes A Community

Pet Food & Litter Pantry

Over 95% of pet owners consider their pet to be family. Are you struggling to feed your family?

Our pet food pantry is here to help when times get tough. With help from generous donors and a number of partners, we’re able to provide food to hundreds of pets each year. 

We can do this because of the generosity of people and organizations in our community. They understand—like we do—that a family shouldn’t have to forego the love of a pet because they struggle to buy food from time to time.

Pet food and kitty litter are available in small quantities on a walk-in basis as long as supplies last.

Your Pet and the Law

We work with underserved families in the area. Each conversation we have with our clients is an opportunity to educate them with compassion and non-judgmental knowledge.

Sometimes general pet care isn’t widely known to all families we encounter. The simplest conversation about “adequate” versus “inadequate” shelter can lead to an enhanced quality of life for a pet in our community.

All county and city ordinances have general pet care guidelines that help families understand the minimum requirements for caring for a pet. We know that the majority of our clients consider their pets to be family, so having a conversation about what their pet needs to have an improved quality of life is easy and welcomed.


Community Partners




Veterinary Clinic at DHH

Spokane Humane Society



Washington Animal Welfare Alliance



Animal Advocates of the Inland NW

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Community Cat Coalition


Sir Speedy Printing


Washington Federation of Animal Care & Control Agencies


Washington Nonprofits


Innovia Foundation



7525 E Trent Avenue

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