If you’re struggling to make ends meet or care for your pets, we would love to help. We offer a
pet food bank and services for low-income pet owners or families experiencing hardship. You can read more about these programs below.
Pet Food Bank
Seattle Humane’s Pet Food Bank collects and distributes pet food donations for pets belonging to low-income families or pet owners experiencing hardship. The program feeds 2,000 pets every month with eight tons of donated pet food delivered by volunteers to low-income senior housing complexes and food banks throughout the region.
The Pet Food Bank keeps people and pets together and ensures that community members who love their animal companions don’t have to choose between feeding their pets and feeding themselves.
Low-income families or individuals may apply for monthly pet food by sending a completed application to
. For services, one-time emergency assistance, or to apply by phone, contact us at (425) 649-7566. [email protected] Request Service
Pet Project - Helping Clients with HIV/AIDS and Cancer
Pet Project, an offshoot of the Pet Food Bank, provides services to more than 200 pets belonging to low-income individuals living with HIV/AIDS or cancer. Pet Project matches volunteers one-on-one with clients to help them with their basic pet care needs on a monthly basis and enable clients to keep their pets. All services and supplies are donated or purchased with donated funds. Pet Project includes
Pet food and cat litter delivery
Pet items such as beds, scratching posts
Basic veterinary care at our quarterly clinics
Pet care information
Low-income individuals living with HIV/AIDS or cancer should call (425) 649-7566 to be considered for Pet Project services. Organizations that support people living with HIV/AIDS or cancer may also contact us if interested in collaborative efforts or partnerships. Pet Project is funded in part by a grant from The Grey Muzzle Organization.
Visiting Pet Friends Program
Through our Visiting Pet Friends program, Seattle Humane volunteers and their certified pets visit hundreds of seniors and people with disabilities in retirement homes and healthcare facilities throughout King County. Visiting Pet Friends also help preschool and school-aged children learn about safety with animals, responsible pet ownership, and the importance of animal shelters.
See MaxMobile page for details If you would like to arrange to have a Visiting Pet Friends team visit your facility, please call (425) 373-5385.
Pet Loss Support
Pet Loss Support offers a place for you to work through the grief process in a non-judgmental environment with others who have suffered a similar loss. There is no fee and you are free to attend as often as necessary throughout your grief process. Sessions are held on the first and third Saturday of each month from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Neil Thomas Ryder Education Center classroom on the 2
nd floor. For more information call (425) 373-5398 or email [email protected]