Unexpected financial difficulties can happen to anybody at any time. We hope that nobody will ever be faced with having to give up their beloved pet because they are temporarily unable to feed them. Fortunately, there are some organizations and services that may be able to assist.
Toronto Cat Rescue/Mount Dennis Salvation Army Pet Food Bank
In partnership with the Salvation Army, Toronto Cat Rescue operates a food bank for feeders and caretakers of feral and homeless cats. As a volunteer run program, all of our pet food is donated to us by members of the community and availability is limited to how much food we have received. We are only able to continue this program through donations. If you can contribute, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Salvation Army, 1100 Weston Rd (at Eglinton) / Side door entrance off of York street and down the stairs to the basement.
Please note that food is available only for colony caretakers residing in the area the Salvation Army services (M6A, M6B, M6L, M6M, M6N, M9A, M9N, M9P). ID is required to verify residential address.
Toronto Humane Society
The Toronto Humane Society operates a food bank intended for families facing short-
term financial difficulties and not for the permanent or longterm feeding of pets. We recommend calling the THS at (416) 392-2273 to confirm the availability of food before going to the shelter.
The Daily Bread Food Bank
On occasion, the Daily Bread Food Bank may have pet food available. Please contact them directly for more information. www.dailybread.ca / 416-203-0050
People with Aids Foundation
Exclusive to those individuals who are HIV/AIDS positive. www.pwatoronto.org / 416-5061400