Meridian Township Pet Food Bank

Meridian Township Pet Food Bank

MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP - On Wednesday, July 1st, the Ingham County Animal and Control Center held a pet food bank at the Central Park Pavilion. The goal of the pet food bank is to help pet owners navigate through this difficult time and help pet owners keep their pets.

The Pet food bank gets donation of cat food, dog food, and kitty litter. Donations can be dropped off at the Ingham County Animal and Control Center donation bin that can be dropped off at 600 Bruhl Street in Mason. Bags of cat food or dog food can be purchased either in-store or online To donate funds to the non-profits, please visit their websites. When a citizens goes to the pet food bank, delivery of the pet food will be taken to the car so they can practice social distancing.

The pet food bank will be held every Wednesday from 10am to noon at the Central Park Pavilion.

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