Pet food drives around town aim to help struggling pet owners – OregonLive.com

If you want to help hungry pets this season, you’ve got plenty of options. Here’s a round-up:

Cat Adoption Team: From Dec. 5-11, anyone who donates at least 10 pounds of adult dry cat food will receive a $15 gift card for services at Bridgeport Laser & Wellness Center. The gift card can be used for facials, massage, Botox, laser treatments and more.

To receive the gift card, donations must be made at Cat Adoption Team, 14175 S.W. Galbreath Drive in Sherwood, or Bridgeport Laser & Wellness Center, 7180 SW Hazelfern Road in Tigard.

The Cat Food Bank accepts cat food donations at locations around town (just no gift card); visit the website for a list of drop-off sites.

Banfield Charitable Trust: The pet advocacy nonprofit’s sixth annual Season of Suppers is striving to help struggling pet owners around the country.

The organization is collaborating with local partners, including Meals on Wheels, human food banks, and shelters, to make sure donations reach the most vulnerable pet owners.

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