No Kill Louisville's Pet Food Bank
WE ARE OPEN EVERY SATURDAY OF THE MONTH
Hours of Operation: Saturday from 12pm - 3pm
In case of inclement weather, stay tuned to news stations and Facebook for possible closure
In need of help?
NKL's Pet Food Bank strives to provide a free 1 month supplement of pet food on a first-come basis to families and their pets, as all food is donated.
If you wish to participate, you must complete an application. You can pick up one at our food bank during operation hours.
The No Kill Louisville Pet Food Bank's guidelines are listed below. You are asked to read and agree to these in order to receive assistance. These guidelines are set up so that we may help as many people as possible.
~ One applicant per household
~ Proof of spay/neuter is required for all pets. You will have 1 month to provide proof of spay/neuter for each pet. If not altered you have 2 months to have your pet spayed/neutered. If your pet is too old or has a medical condition that prevents the pet from being spayed/neutered, you will be required to bring a note from a vet. If unable to spay/neuter pet due to income, NKL will provide a voucher for services as long as we have funds available (first come, first serve basis) or provide you with information on other resources.
~ When possible, we strive to provide a 1 month supply of pet food per household, up to reasonable limit.
~ Food is distributed when donations are available. At this time each applicant can pick up food once a month.
~ We offer temporary assistance for feeding pets. We are not to be used as a permanent source of pet food.
~ We ask for personal information when you apply but do not share it with anyone and all information is kept strictly confidential.
~ No one in the household is to resell food or items provided by the Food Bank. If we find out the food or item(s) were resold, your household and all members involved will be banned from assistance indefinitely.
~ We are providing a service to the community and ask that recipients receive only as much food as they need so that we can help as many needy pet owners as possible.
~ If false information is provided on an application (number of animals, etc.), your household and all members involved will be banned from assistance indefinitely.
~ We consider special requests for certain formulas or flavors of dog and cat food (i.e., Senior, Indoor, etc), but are only able to give what we have at the time the request is made.
~ All potential recipients must come to our distribution site in order to receive pet food. Exceptions: You may pick up for someone else if they have to work or are in the hospital or have a medical condition which prevents them from coming to the Food Bank. If they have to work you will need to bring a note from the person you are picking up for as well as a copy of their work schedule. If they are in the hospital or unable to come themselves, you will need a note from the individual you are picking up for as well as a note from a doctor or documentation from the hospital. We reserve the right to make other exceptions on a case-by-case basis.
~ We accept donations of all kinds of pet food. By accepting food and/or services from the Food Bank, the recipient, all household members, their friends and family agree not to hold the Food Bank, its staff, volunteers, and benefactors legally liable in the unfortunate event the recipient's pet(s) becomes ill or the food upsets the pet's stomach.
~ When you receive pet food from the Food Bank, you are aware of the potential risks involved with feeding your pet(s) a new food, since it's unlikely the pet food received is your pet's usual brand(s).
~ We reserve the right to make exceptions based on individual need.
~ We reserve the right to refuse anyone under any circumstance.
~ We require proof of income. Income for all individuals living in the household must be provided. All decisions will be based on the income level at 200% of the 2013 federal poverty level (see chart below)
2013 FEDERAL POVERTY LEVEL
% Gross Yearly Income
Gross Monthly Income
You must submit proof of income, such as:
~ A copy of the latest income tax return
~ A copy of the latest check stub
~ A letter signed by your employer which verifies employment
~ A letter signed by a social worker or employee of an agency helping you get other types of assistance that confirms your income level
~ Other papers that provide proof of monthly income (or lack thereof), such as Social Security Award Letter, Unemployment check stub, and/or Disability check stub.
~ Food stamps or Medicaid eligibility letter (just the card isn?t enough, as we cannot tell if it's currently active)
~ Photo ID
If your normal income is above 200% of the federal poverty level, we can still consider your case if you can you prove temporary, financial hardship with appropriate documentation, such as recent job loss, major illness in the family, unexpected major bills. If you are in this situation and can prove it, we will consider these situations on a case-by-case basis.
Our thanks to the following groups for donating pet food regularly:
Dare to Care Food Bank
Walmart at Bashford Manor
Walmart at St. Matthews (across from old Sears bldg)
ALSO OUR THANKS TO:
For details on volunteer opportunities at the pet food bank, click here.
By car: From I-64 :
By bus: Click here for the full bus schedule.
If you would like more information on participation requirements, how to donate, or how to volunteer, please contact NKL Pet Food Bank at email@example.com.
Do you live in Bullitt, Oldham, Henry, or Trimble County? Good news! There are other food banks that can assist you closer to home. Step right this way for details.
Donate here on-line or mail a donation to: "Pet Food Bank, PO Box 6655, Louisville, KY, 40217"
For details on volunteer opportunities at the pet food bank, click here.
Food and Other Donations
Pet food distributed by No Kill Louisville to families and their pets in need is donated food by producers, stores, and individuals.
If you'd like to donate food to help your neighbors and their pets in need, stop by our warehouse located at 1700 Mellwood Avenue between 9am and 11am on most Saturdays or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange pick-up or a delivery time.
Donations can also be dropped off at the following during business hours:
Dr Vicki Cochran
2022 Brownsboro Road
Louisville, KY 40206
Fairleigh Pet Center
1212 Bardstown Road
Louisville, KY 40204
980 Barret Avenue
Louisville, KY 40204-2063
Treats Pet Resort
5007 Max Ridge Court
Louisville, Kentucky 40299 (Taylorsville Road @ Gene Snyder)
1823 Brownsboro Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40206
241 Steedly Drive
Louisville, KY 40214
Other Needs: Cat litter, dog chews, dog and cat toys, scratching posts, leashes and collars, flea medicine, litter boxes and other pet items. Click here to view a complete Wish List.
General Monetary Donations
These funds will be used to replenish the pet food bank and/or for other needs at the food bank such as office supplies to keep the pet food bank running so we're able to help more people.
Your Contributions Make the Difference Between Home or Shelter, Pet Food or Electricity ---> Read more about the Food Bank's effect on our community's pet owners, and then give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done. Your support makes it possible!
SUPPORTERS OF THE FOOD BANK
Jessica Durbin - Kathy Schaeffer - Dawn Albert - Carla Nascimento - Jodie Kranz
For all the furry and feathered storm victims ~ Mary Jo Arendt
Sara Seyal -Stanley Fairman - James Harper - Cathleen McKenzie
Melissa Frisiras - BJ Carpenter - Mark Turner - Vicki Lamb - Katherine Goebel
Martha Davis - Daryn Leigh - Michael Walling - Lori O'Brien
Pete Schuler - Debra Moore - David James - Melanie Spann - Jennie Heflin
Meredith York - Maury Lee Goss - Donna Metz-Dunn - Maura Rudy
Rose Blanton - Carla Lake - Yuliya Manasyan - Paula Thomson
Mary Welch - Beth Richardson - Judith Anderson - Kristin Lomond
Thank you for helping during this time of special need ~ Sue and John Vahaly
Maxwell - a gift in his memory to the pet survivors of the tornadoes last week ~ Theresa Hulsey