The Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (MADACC) is hosting a drive-thru pet food pantry Thursday to help feed your animal friends.
Food drives have been set up around the area to help community members during the COVID-19 pandemic, but this drive-thru is swapping out the canned goods for cat and dog food and litter.
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The pet food pantry will be held Thursday from 12 p.m. until 2 p.m. in the Turner Ballroom parking lot at 1040 Vel R. Phillips Avenue. Anyone who attends is asked to wait in their car and to wear a mask.
Wet and dry cat and dog food will be available as well as a limited quantity of unscented clumping litter.
MADACC received a grant from the Friends of MADACC, The Pabst Theater Group, Turner Ballroom, Pet Supplies Plus Greenfield and the Milwaukee Bucks that is helping make the food pantry possible.