Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando continues to operate its Pet Food Pantry at slightly higher than average levels this holiday season. Many families have struggled this year due to COVID-19 and now with the added financial pressure of the holidays some are having to do without.
We never want pet parents to have to choose between feeding their beloved animals and going without an equally important need during what is supposed to be a cheerful and joyous time of year.
By donating a bag of pet food to the Pet Food Pantry, you’re relieving a significant financial pressure for someone in need — keeping families together and pets out of the shelter.
How to Donate Food to Pet Alliance
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