Pet Food and Supply Pantry
COVID-19 IMPORTANT CHANGES:
The Pet Food & Supply Pantry is available to current and new clients. The pantry is open to any resident of Monroe County, IN who is experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 situation. Previously, in order to receive food or supplies, pets needed to be spayed/neutered and current on rabies vaccination. Due to the COVID-19 situation, these requirements are waived and will continue to be waived based on the nationwide social-distancing guidelines. Please bring a photo ID.
Available items include dry dog food, dry cat food, cat litter, and treats. If possible, please bring a container to hold the dry food.
For local organizations that need assistance with obtaining pet food, click here.
Monroe County Humane Association's Pet Food and Supply Pantry is available at the
Nonprofit Veterinary Clinic & Outreach Center at 4635 W Richland Plaza Dr., Bloomington, IN 47404
The Pet Food and Supply Pantry program is intended to assist you through temporary financial difficulties.
It is not intended to be your primary source of pet food or supplies.
When you visit, each recipient:
May receive up to 40 lbs of dry dog food and 1 package of treats
May receive 10 lbs of dry cat food and choose between 1 package of treats or 1 bag of cat litter
May receive 20 lbs of dry cat food if caring for a colony of community cats
This program serves Monroe County residents ONLY.
To be eligible to receive pet food:
You must provide proof of address.
You must provide proof of government assistance or low income.
All pets in the household must be current on rabies vaccination. You must provide proof of vaccination.
All pets in the household must be spayed and/or neutered. You must provide proof of spay/neuter.
On your first trip and when you come to enroll in the Food Pantry Program, please bring with you:
Proof of address
Proof of participation in a subsidy program
Proof of current rabies vaccines
Proof of spay/neuter
IF YOUR ANIMALS DO NOT HAVE A CURRENT VACCINE AND/OR ARE NOT SPAYED OR NEUTERED, YOU WILL BE GIVEN 60 DAYS TO COMPLY. MCHA MAY BE ABLE TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO HELP SATISFY THESE REQUIREMENTS.
Sunday: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Monday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Tuesday: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Wednesday: 10:00pm - 3:00pm
We're moving! The new Animal Care Campus located at 791 S Fieldstone Blvd will open on Monday, April 27. Although the Nonprofit Veterinary Clinic located at 4635 W Richland Plaza Dr will be CLOSED from April 9 - April 26 while we move to the our location, the Pet Food & Supply Pantry will remain open on Sundays from 1-4PM through Sunday, April 19.
Applications will be reviewed once a year to confirm continued participation in the program.
Change of address should be brought to MCHA’s attention right away. Only one application will be accepted per address.
Since the food we provide is based on donations, we cannot guarantee the brand or amount of food that will be given each time. Brands may vary from visit to visit, therefore your pet(s) may experience stomach upset due to the change in food.
Food received from the MCHA Pet Food & Supply Pantry cannot be resold. Doing so will result in immediate termination from the program.
If there is a pet related item you need, please ask! Pet related items such as toys, treats, cat litter, bedding, crates, clothing, etc. are donated and are not available all the time. These items will be distributed on a FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE basis.
The name on the application should be the person picking up the food – ID will be checked EACH VISIT.