Never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way. Martin Luther King, Jr.
3.5 million* Americans are homeless. Between 5% to 10% of homeless people have dogs and/or cats. In some areas of the country the rate is as high as 24%.
Each homeless person has a unique story; they are people with mental disorders, addicts, parolees, families, disabled, elderly, abused spouses, teens, and veterans.
Our member collection sites accept donated pet food from people like you. They then deliver it to distributing organizations (food banks, homeless shelter and/or soups kitchens) which have agreed to distribute the pet food to the homeless and poor. FIND HELP FOR YOUR PET BY STATE/REGION
Our actions will include the following:
- Promote to veterinarians and pet related businesses the importance of joining the organization as a collection site
- Speak out on the issue of pets of homeless and disadvantaged
- Campaign to food distributing organizations the importance of distributing pet food to the less fortunate
- Provide grants to licensed veterinarians and other nonprofit organizations that meet our objective to administer veterinary care to pets of the homeless
- Provide grants to nonprofit homeless shelters that will allow pets sanctuary with their owners