Feeding Homeless Animals

Gives a month of food for 1 animal
Gift Description:
Animal shelters help provide food and care to homeless animals in need. This gift helps feed homeless animals while they wait to be adopted. Animal overpopulation has become a major issue. Over 4 million pets are homeless in America and do not have adequate food or shelter. Shelters take in homeless pets and care for them until they can be adopted or reunited with their family. Without your help, shelters can not continue to care for and support the great number of animals received and many healthy animals have to be euthanized.
Area Served:
United States
Gift Provided By:
Grouped Charities
Orlando FL; Tampa, FL; Pittsburgh, PA
SPCA of Central Florida - $10 feeds a homeless puppy for one month while it waits for a loving home. Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando is focused on the welfare and wellbeing of animals in Central Florida. More than 10,000 homeless dogs and cats will turn to the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando for caring, compassion and hope through our animal shelters each year. Along with shelter, they provide veterinary care, disaster response efforts, and “Meals on Wheels” to help thousands of dogs and cats in need.

Humane Society of Tampa Bay - $5 feeds one pet for one month while it waits for a loving home. The Humane Society of Tampa Bay is dedicated to ending animal homelessness and providing care and comfort for companion animals in need. It is a "No Kill for Space Shelter" that does its best to find homes for its animals to help lower the euthanasia in the United States. Along with the shelter, the Humane Society also offers a range of low-cost services including: food assistance, safety net programs, behavioral training, spay/neutering, grooming, and veterinary services, among other programs.

Animal Friends - Just one dollar feeds a shelter animal for a day. Animal Friends is a premier companion animal resource center. It is their vision to reduce the number of unwanted animals through aggressive spay/neuter programs, provide for the well-being of companion animals in need while adhering to our no-kill tradition, find each animal a lifelong home, promote the animal-human bond, and act as an advocate on behalf of animals in crisis and as an enforcer of their rights and protection.

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