Community/Disaster Animal Response Team
As part of the mission to enhance the bond between humans and animals and the commitment to keep families together, Rescue Alliance is opening Community Pet Pantries to provide pet food for those families impacted by COVID-19.
A special thanks to phenomenal caring hearts at Alley Cat Allies for the Emergency Grant to support our Pet Food Bank in the midst of the Covid-19 Crisis. We will be able to bring cat food and litter to families in need to keep fur babies at home who were previously at risk of being surrendered to shelters or abandoned. #AlleyCatAllies #thankyoualleycatallies #RescueAlliance_
Rescue Alliance intends to remain open, knowing that our clients need ongoing assistance and that many more people will need our help in the weeks to come. Given that, we’ve implemented new procedures that will help us to keep our “doors” open. Now, more than ever, people need their pets. We need the life and light that they bring to our lives. Our goal is to keep pets in their families.
Getting pet food at a pet food bank
The procedure will be much different than usual. You’ll drive into the parking lot and you’ll be directed where to go. The pet food bank will be “drive through”. We will be bringing a set amount of pet food and we WILL NOT be able to accommodate special requests. We will put the food into your car, and you’ll be on your way.
These are tough times and we hope you know we’re doing everything we can to remain open so that you can get the pet food that you need.
We are also taking applications outside of our scheduled Pet Food Bank pickup for those with special needs.
Thank you and good health to you.
Special thanks to other donors who have made this possible: