Located at the Animal Care Campus
791 S Fieldstone Blvd, Bloomington, IN 47403
The Monroe County Humane Association’s Pet Food & Supply Pantry is only available to individuals who qualify for subsidized services upon presenting proof of assistance or financial hardship.
The pantry is intended to assist members of the community through temporary financial difficulties, and it is not intended to be a primary source of pet food or supplies.
Beginning October 1st, 2022
pets utilizing the Pet Food & Supply Pantry will be required to be up to date on their rabies vaccines as well as spay/neuter.
Please bring your own reusable storage container.
MCHA sponsors transportation to & from the Pet Food & Supply Pantry on Tuesdays from 4-6pm.
To make a reservation for door-to-door transportation, call Rural Transit at 812-876-1079 as far in advance as possible. Rural Transit will attempt to accommodate all requests, but availability is limited. Pets are not permitted.
The amount of food distributed depends on the size and number of pets. 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 depending on available supply. Therefore, it is possible your pet(s) may experience an upset stomach due to the change in food.
Food received from the Pet Food & Supply Pantry cannot be resold. Doing so will result in immediate termination from the program.
MCHA routinely receives specialty veterinary equipment, including doggy wheel chairs, ramps, pet pads, diapers and exotic animal cages and equipment. If you’re in need of specialty animal equipment, please email us about your need for supplies. Prescription pet food is available in a limited supply, and a doctor’s note must be included. Please consider making a small donation to offset the cost, care and management of specialty food and supplies.
Our Pet Food & Supply Pantry provides food & supplies to community partners. To qualify as a community partner, an organization must be a recognized 501c3 nonprofit and must have a client base with incomes that qualify to receive assistance.
Our current community partners include: Shalom Community Center, Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard, and Area 10 Agency on Aging.