Here for your pets since 2018.
Based in South Wales.
The Pet foodbank service currently has outlets across South Wales.
We provide pet food for:
· Vulnerable people
· Elderly aged 50 and over
· Victims of abuse
· People in a financial crisis or poverty
· Victims of natural disasters
· Furloughed workers
· People waiting for universal credit
· Humanitarian aid
To keep pets at home, where they belong.
To break the poverty cycle of people sharing their human food with their pets, causing the owners to suffer from malnutrition.
Stopping the mental anguish of being unable to afford to feed their pet or worse having to give up their companion to a shelter.
1450 Dog treats
714 Cat treats
900kg of house hold and pet items saved from landfill.
6,835 Dog treats
1,365 Cat treats
359 Dog coats
261 Dog toys
Thank you to everyone who has helped us to provide all of these meals and pet items, you are amazing!
Please help us keep as many cats and dogs out of shelters as we can during the cost of living crisis, Pets belong at home where they are loved. Poverty shouldn't mean having to give up family members.
The need for our service has always been great but this year it has exploded due to Covid-19 and the cost of living crisis. Please donate.
We've got some lovely donation bins thanks to the Mrs DM France-Hayhurst Foundation.
Our donation bins are available at:
K8's Short Bark 'N' Sides Dog Grooming & Dog Walking
Tesco Western Avenue
364-372 Cowbridge Road West
Llanrumney Hall Pantry
50 Brachdy Road
Pets at home Barry (Blue cross bin)
Waterfront Retail Park
Pets at home Bridgend (Blue cross bin)
Waterton Retail Park
Please help us help others in need,