- Visit a local food bank or pantry such as that sponsored by No Kill Louisville
- Ask your local market or pet supply store to donate broken packages or dented cans.
- Ask your local market for slightly out of date packages of food. They should be good for several months after the sell date.
- Ask local vet clinics if they have extra or out-of-date cat food they are willing to donate.
- Hold a cat food drive! Your workplace, church, civic or youth groups may be willing to help.
- Ask local markets or pet supply shops if you can set out a bin requesting cat food donations.
- Build an inexpensive shelter … find instructions on our website.
- CareCredit offers a revolving line of credit for veterinary expenses.
- Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Program – This program provides financial assistance to guardians who are unable to afford veterinary services for their cat or kitten.
- The Pet Fund – Provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need urgent veterinary care.
- Work with your vet. Some vets may be able to work out a payment plan with you.
- Contact friends and family and fundraise.
- Plan ahead and start a savings plan.