Based in South Wales
The Pet foodbank service provides pet food and pet items for:
• Vulnerable people
• Elderly aged 50 and over
• Victims of abuse
• People in a financial crisis or poverty
• Victims of natural disasters
The relief of poverty - With the aim of breaking the poverty cycle of people sharing their human food with their pets, causing the owners to suffer from malnutrition.
The relief of mental anguish of being unable to afford to feed their pet or worse having to give up their companion to a shelter.
371 Packets of dog treats
830 Poo bags
32 Dogs coats
111 Collars/ Harnesses / leads
41 Dog beds
61 Dog toys
27 Pet bowls
115 Packets of cat treats
20 Cat beds
12 Cat toys
Thank you to everyone who has helped us to provide all of these meals, your amazing!
Whilst normal services are suspended due to shielding, we are still working with HCT, Help for the homeless and Pantside Community foodbank to supply pet food to the homeless (Some of whom are temporally housed) vulnerable and people in crisis.
We have also started working with Covid-19 support groups to deliver food those who cannot afford pet food or are elderly and isolating. Please contact us if you are in need.
Cardiff PDSA Pet hospital
Pentrebane Zone, Community Centre,
Car Park Via Lavender Grove,
Cardiff CF5 3SG
The first carpark under the flyover opposite the wave, Newport
364-372 Cowbridge Road West,
22-25 Wentloog Buildings,
Please help us - Project Mobilization will enable the pet food bank service to reach all communities within the South Wales area.
A van with a side awning would enable us to defeat the wonderful Welsh weather, come rain or shine, ensuring we reach those most in need.
That the Kennel Club Charitable Trust has granted us £5,000 towards our van.
Your support and contributions will enable us to feed many more pets. Your donation will be so gratefully received.
I am so proud to be one of HCT's pink angels.
Every Monday and Wednesday evening, we feed the homeless, vulnerable and their dogs in Newport.
We feed 40 - 70 people and 5 - 11 dogs each session. We provide a hot meal, Greggs donated food, cold drinks, snacks and anything else we can find.
HCT also give out clothes, shoes, bedding, tents, and help those who have gained housing by supplying household items.
So many people come together to both help and donate. Without these fantastic people, we could not do what we do. Thank you all so much.