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Operation Kindness Looking for Pet Pantry

People can donate through contactless drop-off

Sgt. Belz of the San Diego Police Department prepared several care bags full of dog food to hand out to homeless individuals to help them care for their pups.
San Diego Police Department

Operation Kindness is seeking donations for their pet pantry.

The shelter says it is noticing an increase in demand for assistance but a 50% drop in donations.

The shelter says it is seeking:

  • Canned/Wet Dog Food
  • Canned/Wet Cat Food
  • Dry Dog Food (Unopened)
  • Dry Cat Food (Unopened)
  • Cat Litter

Donations of food, supplies or toys can be donated through contactless drop-off daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the shelters front door, at 3201 Earhart Dr. in Carrolton.

People can ring the bell at the front door and a staff member will walk out to collect the donations once the person has left.

The Pet Food Pantry services the community every Thursday from noon to 3 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. by appointment only.

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