Resources to Care for my Pet
KCAS can assist with temporary food assistance as needed. Please contact us at 616.632.7300 to request food. Otherwise, please see the additional resources below.
- Grand Rapids Pitbull Alliance has a mobile food pantry that provides resources around the county. Email them at email@example.com for additional information.
- Humane Society of West Michigan’s Kibble Connection program offers a pet food bank for low-income pet owners. Visit their site for guidelines and application.
Community cats are felines that live in the neighborhood but don’t belong directly to a specific household. These cats have not been socialized with people, so a traditional home isn’t their best option. For information on how to live alongside community cats, please see this brochure.
If your landlord has indicated that you cannot have a current pet, or if you are moving to a new home, consider the strategies outlined at this website.
C-SNIP has a two locations; one in Grand Rapids, and another in Muskegon. Visit their website for cost and how to schedule.
C-SNIP offers a Community Well Pet Clinic for low-cost medical exams and vaccinations. Visit their website for a list of services, cost, and how to schedule.
Humane Society of West Michigan offers a low income vaccination clinic; visit their website for guidelines and scheduling.