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  • Are there other animal food pantries that may be closer to me?
    Contact each resource directly to determine if you qualify for assistance. Greater Birmingham Humane Society (Jefferson County) 300 Snow Drive Birmingham, AL 35209 Phone: 205-942-1211 Email: Website: Assists low-income pet owners by providing pet food on a temporary basis. Alabama SPCA (Tuscaloosa County) P.O. Box 78 Northport, Alabama 35476 Phone: 205-440-3647 Email: Website: Meals on Wheels program offers pet food to low-income pet owners and offers delivery of pet food to the elderly and disabled. Animal Friends Humane Society (Morgan County) Animeals Program P.O. Box 2345 Decatur, Alabama 35602 Phone: 256-351-2347 Email: Website: Once a month, Animal Friends' volunteers deliver a month's worth of pet food and kitty litter to Meals on Wheels recipients. Bay Area Food Bank (Mobile County) 5248 Mobile South Street Theodore, AL 36582 Phone: 251-653-1617 May have pet food available as part of their food bank program. Call for availability. Blount County Animal Shelter 41 County Highway 13 Locust Fork AL 35097 Phone: 205-647-8340 Website: Pet food bank voucher program administered through Hope House. Community Action Agency of Northwest Alabama (3 locations) Lauderdale County 745 Thompson Street Florence, AL 35630 Phone: 256-766-4330 -AND- Colbert County 505 N. Columbia Ave. Sheffield, AL 35660 Phone: 256-383-3832 -AND- Franklin County 1001 S. Washington Ave. Russellville, AL 35653 Phone: 256-332-7534 Website: Meals on Wheels clients may participate in the "PET" - Pets Eat Too program, which provides pet food for Meals on Wheels clients animals and is distributed by volunteers. Ecumenical Ministries Inc. (Baldwin County) (2 locations) Eastern Shore 564 Fairhope Avenue Fairhope, AL 36532 Phone: (251) 928-3430 Email: Website: -AND- South Baldwin 102 W. Spruce Foley, AL 36535 Phone: 251-943-3445 Email: Website: Both locations offer pet food to those in need. Etowah Baptist Missions Center (Etowah County) 221 Wall Street Gadsden, AL 35904 Phone: 256-546-2980 Website: Pet food available for low-income pet owners. Please call for details. Friends of Cats & Dogs Foundation (Jefferson County) PO Box 130398 Birmingham, AL 35243 Email: Website: Collects coupons for pet food/supplies and distributes them to pet owners in need. If you'd like to donate coupons to the program, mail to the above address. Greater Huntsville Humane Society (Madison County) King's Community Kitchen Program 2812 Johnson Road Huntsville, AL 35805 Phone: 256-881-8081 Email: Website: For low-income pet owners. Must provide proof of need (Medicare, Food Stamps, WIC, etc.) The Lighthouse for Recovery Ministries (Jefferson County) 140 58th Street North Birmingham, AL 35212 Phone: 205-834-6272 Website: Works with distributing organizations-local food banks, pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters, who have agreed to distribute the pet food to the homeless in their communities as well as distributing directly, one-on-one, with the homeless on the streets. Manna House (Madison County) 2110 South Memorial Pkwy SW Huntsville, Al 35801 Phone: 256.653.7883 Email: Website: Food pantry that may have pet food available. Distribution is Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 4pm - 7pm. Anyone in need is welcome. Mobile SPCA (Mobile County) 620 Zeigler Circle West Mobile, AL 36608 Phone: (251) 633-3531 Email: Website: Provides limited assistance to pet food owners in need. Montgomery Area Food Bank (Montgomery County) 521 Trade Center St. Montgomery, AL 36108 Phone: 334-263-3784 Website: Provides pet food to pet owners in need. Serves the following counties: Autauga, Bullock, Butler, Chilton, Coosa, Crenshaw, Elmore, Lowndes, Macon, Montgomery, Pike, Tallapoosa. Prodisee Pantry (Baldwin County) 9315 Spanish Fort Blvd (Hwy 31) Spanish Fort, AL 36527 Phone: 251-626-1720 Email: Website: Food pantry that also has pet food available. Shelby County Pet Pantry 648 Crosscreek Trail Pelham, AL, United States, Alabama 1 205-965-3883
  • What other items do you provide to food pantries for pets?
    RESCUES ON85TH provides not only pet food, but we sometimes offer collars, leashes, toys, care items (s) such as shampoos, brushes, and even dog houses (When funding permits). If your furry family member has allergies please notify us immediately, before receiving any item(s) from us.
  • Local Listings of Food Banks/Drive Thru
    Bundles of Hope Diaper Bank 1430 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd Birmingham, Alabama 35203 205-607-2112 0.4 mile Greater Birmingham Ministries 2304 12th Ave N Birmingham, Alabama 35234 205-326-6821 0.79 mile 23rd St. Miss. Bapt. Church 331 S. 23rd St. Birmingham, Alabama 35233 205-251-1752 0.89 mile Joe Brooks Food Ministry 300 4th Court N. Birmingham, Alabama 35204 205-251-9438 1.31 miles Smithfield Backpack Buddies 300 4th Court N. Birmingham, Alabama 35204 1.31 miles Adventist Community Services, Ephesus 105 6th Avenue North Birmingham, Alabama 35204 205-252-7912 1.4 miles Disabled American Veterans-DAV 238 2nd Ave N Birmingham, Alabama 35204 205-202-4460 1.45 miles Thirgood Memorial CME Church 517 Center Street N Birmingham, Alabama 35204 205-251-2130 1.49 miles Redeemed Christian Ch. of God 213 1st Ave N Birmingham, Alabama 35204 205-240-3096 1.54 miles The Community Kitchens 1024 12th Street South Birmingham, Alabama 35205 205-251-3569 1.56 miles South Highland Presbyterian Church 2035 Highland Ave S Birmingham, Alabama 35205 205-933-0790 1.61 miles Birmingham SDA Hispanic 42 5th Ave S Birmingham, Alabama 35205 601-286-0221 1.96 miles Salvation Army City Command 2015 26th Avenue North Birmingham, Alabama 35234 205-328-2420 2 miles Meals on Wheels 3620 8th Ave S Birmingham, Alabama 35232 205-592-0413 2.03 miles New Pilgrim Baptist Church 708 Goldwire PL SW Birmingham, Alabama 35211 205-326-6225 ext 12 2.57 miles The Ministry Center at Green Springs 2230 Green Springs Hwy Birmingham, Alabama 35205 205-326-1211 2.65 miles Sixth Avenue Baptist Church 337 10th Avenue SW Birmingham, Alabama 35211 (205) 251-5173 2.78 miles Paul Mitchell Ministries 1425 Lomb Ave. Birmingham, Alabama 35211 205-786-3583 3.13 miles Woodlawn Community Table 139 N 54th Street Birmingham, Alabama 35212 205-595-3776 3.6 miles True Vine Evangelical 4030 40th Terrace N Birmingham, Alabama 35217 205-836-1512 3.63 miles Church of the Highlands Dream Center 5705 1st Avenue North Birmingham, Alabama 35212 205-591-1700 3.88 miles New Life SDA 5626 Ash St Fultondale, Alabama 35068 (205) 754-1823 4.28 miles AMI Group, Inc. 2709 Ensley 5 Points West Avenue Fairfield, Alabama 35218 205-601-6345 4.33 miles Adventist Community-Southpark 414 South Park Road 35211 Birmingham, Alabama 35211 205-925-5280 4.48 miles Trinity UMC 914 Oak Grove Road Trinity West Homewood Homewood, Alabama 35209 205-879-1737 4.5 miles Serving You Ministries, Inc. 6523 1st Avenue N Birmingham, Alabama 35206 205-777-3653 4.59 miles Jesus is Lord Ministry 1268 Maple St Birmingham, Alabama 35217 205-703-8388 4.61 miles Aunt Ethel’s Helping Hand 6400 Crestwood Blvd Birmingham, Alabama 35212 205-422-5643 4.67 miles Holy Rosary Food Pantry 7414 Georgia Rd Birmingham, Alabama 35212 205-595-0652 5.11 miles Vestavia UMC 2061 Kentucky Ave. Vestavia Hills, Alabama 35216 5.12 miles House of Love 1001 35th St. Ensley Birmingham, Alabama 35218 (205)-780-0119 5.45 miles James B and Vah’s Emporium CDC, Inc. 3112 Ave F Birmingham, Alabama 35218 205-249-3851 5.48 miles Homewood Church of Christ 265 W. Oxmoor Rd. Birmingham, Alabama 35209 205-942-5683 5.71 miles Life Changers Christian Church 1529 Tomahawk Rd. Forestdale, Alabama 35214 205-798-3334 5.86 miles Fairfield First SDA Church 540 54th St. Fairfield, Alabama 35064 205-447-2254 6.13 miles Fultondale First Baptist 1419 Stouts Rd Fultondale, Alabama 35068 205-849-0184 6.22 miles Metro West Ministries 6101 MLK Drive Fairfield, Alabama 35064 6.24 miles Family Worship Center 8301 8th Ave. S. Birmingham, Alabama 35206 205-623-7289 6.68 miles Carlos Chaverst Foundation 202 B Y Williams Sr Dr Midfield, Alabama 35228 205-671-8514 6.9 miles Victorious Living 8737 4th Avenue S Birmingham, Alabama 35206 205-836-9607 7.02 miles Cahaba Medical Care 7000 Grasselli Road Fairfield, Alabama 35064 205-926-2992 7.17 miles Bluff Park UMC 733 Valley Street Hoover, Alabama 35226 205-822-0910 7.29 miles I Care Christian Ministries 2241 Forestdale Blvd Forestdale, Alabama 35214 205-848-2093 7.3 miles Mt. Pilgrim People’s Dev. Ctr. 143 Seminole Circle Fairfield, Alabama 35061 205-780-5068 7.37 miles Open Door Church 3105 Church Ave Birmingham, Alabama 35224 205-781-6060 7.56 miles Project Hopewell, Inc. 5517 Cairo Ave Birmingham, Alabama 35228 205-923-0203 7.93 miles Faith Church Midfield 910 9th St Midfield, Alabama 35228 205-515-3939 8.91 miles Green Valley Baptist Church 1815 Patton Chapel Road Hoover, Alabama 35226 205-822-2173 8.93 miles Birmingham First Seventh-Day Adventist Church 3520 Lorna Road Hoover, Alabama 35216 205-987-7208 9.05 miles Seventh Day Adventist Adamsville 4205 Main Street Adamsville, Alabama 35005 205-674-1043 9.39 miles Ministries of Deliverance 2531 9th Avenue North Bessemer, Alabama 35020 205-424-1287 10.94 miles N His Arms Community Development 3096 Allison-Bonnett Memorial Dr Bessemer, Alabama 35023 205-566-9047 11.12 miles Matthew 25:35 Outreach Organization 5511 US-280 Suite 116 Birmingham, Alabama 35242 205-223-5436 11.54 miles The Foundry Rescue Mission 608 18th St N Bessemer, Alabama 35020 205-425-7737 11.61 miles First UMC Hueytown 110 Sunset Dr. Hueytown, Alabama 35023 205-491-3421 11.68 miles Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church 1343 Hueytown Rd. Hueytown, Alabama 35023 205-491-3771 11.81 miles Triumph Youth & Adult CDC 1431 13th Ave N Bessemer, Alabama 35020 205-424-6892 12.01 miles North Jefferson Baptist Caring Center 3396 Mt Olive Rd Mt Olive, Alabama 35117 205-608-3112 12.32 miles I.J. Community Development 1027 11th St. N Bessemer, Alabama 35020 (205)436-2381 12.35 miles Cornerstone Life Church 4167 Center Point Rd Pinson, Alabama 35126 205-681-3031 13.52 miles Oak Mountain Missions 2699 Pelham Parkway Pelham, Alabama 35124 205-685-5757 14.1 miles The HUB Community Development Corporation, Inc. 7555 Dickey Springs Road Bessemer, Alabama 35022 205-451-1750 15.41 miles The Grace Place 1630 Powder Plant Rd. Bessemer, Alabama 35022 (205)519-5402 16.58 miles Bradford Sanctuary of Praise 8294 Bradford Rd. Pinson, Alabama 35126 205-681-9648 17.46 miles First Baptist Church Alabaster 903 3rd Ave. NW Alabaster, Alabama 35007 205-663-3531 18.75 miles Alabaster Church of God 530 1st Ave W Alabaster, Alabama 35007 205-663-9295 18.89 miles WaterStone / FBC Warrior 210 South Brake St Warrior, Alabama 35180 205-647-9592 20.27 miles Cane Creek Missionary Baptist 963 Warrior Jasper Rd. Warrior, Alabama 35180 205-289-4192 20.57 miles Sumiton Church of God 50 Hosanna Drive Sumiton, Alabama 35148 205-648-3257 20.9 miles Argo Community Food Bank 100 Blackjack Road Trussville, Alabama 35173 205-352-2134 20.96 miles Love’s Crossing 10721 Love Ave Trafford, Alabama 35172 205-647-4673 21.14 miles Shepherd’s Supply, Inc. 768 Kerr Road Moody, Alabama 35004 205-369-5876 21.26 miles Manna Ministries 333 Smokey Road Alabaster, Alabama 35007 205-953-5001 21.88 miles Bethel Baptist Church 8332 Moody Pkwy. Odenville, Alabama 35120 205-640-6553 21.94 miles Mission of Hope 38 Cut N Curl Rd Dora, Alabama 35062 (205) 255-7181 22.4 miles Faith Church of the Nazarene Food Pantry 4820 Skyline Drive Warrior, Alabama 35180 205-647-8029 22.74 miles Dilworth Church of God 3688 Hull Rd. Empire, Alabama 35063 205-648-6327 24.02 miles Build-A-Bridge 7993 County Road 62 Vincent, Alabama 35178 205-218-3185 24.81 miles First Baptist Church Hayden 5080 State Hwy 160 Hayden, Alabama 35079 205-647-3357 25.96 miles Shelby Baptist Association 205 Walton St Columbiana, Alabama 35051 205-669-7858 26.18 miles Wildwood Chapel 4817 Hwy 26 Columbiana, Alabama 35051 205-669-5392 26.24 miles Shelby Emergency Assistance 160 Shoshone Drive Montevallo, Alabama 35115 205-665-1942 New Hope Baptist Pell City 75 Cogswell Avenue Pell City, Alabama 35125 205-338-2645 28.95 miles Ward Chapel AME Church 765 West Street Montevallo, Alabama 35115 205-276-2735 29.07 miles Christian Love Pantry 205 Edwin Holliday Place Pell City, Alabama 35125 205-338-2358 30.53 miles Upper Room Church 656 Co Rd 8 Montevallo, Alabama 35115 205-665-4993 30.7 miles Parrish First Baptist Church 95 1st Street Parrish, Alabama 35580 205-686-5707 31 miles Boldo United Methodist Church 55 Gray Road Jasper, Alabama 35504 205-302-0677 31.57 miles Salvation Army of Jasper 207 20th Street E Jasper, Alabama 35001 205-221-7737 34.2 miles Westside Baptist Church 1101 W. 22nd Street Jasper, Alabama 35501 205-384-5182 34.83 miles Hope House Church 1620 10th Ave. Jasper, Alabama 35501 (205)265-3599 35.01 miles Raising Arrows 300 Highway 78 East Suite 300 D Jasper, Alabama 35501 205-265-2900 35.1 miles Mountain Pointe Ministries 47350 Hwy 231 Oneonta, Alabama 35121 205-625-4459 35.48 miles St. Mary’s Episcopal Church 801 The Trace W Jasper, Alabama 35504 205-387-7746 36.16 miles Hope House 1000 Lincoln Ave Oneonta, Alabama 35121 205-625-4673 ext. 306 36.2 miles Eagle’s Rest 2814 Blue Water Rd. Oakman, Alabama 35579 205-213-5473 36.73 miles Mt. Vernon Baptist Church 6450 Curry Highway Jasper, Alabama 35503 205-387-8251 38.12 miles New Beginning Ministries 900 E. Renfroe Rd. Talladega, Alabama 35160 256-362-3300 38.77 miles Sycamore House of Compassion 341 Thurman Rd. Sylacauga, Alabama 35149 256-368-2531 39.44 miles Awakening Life Church 8400 Curry Hwy Jasper, Alabama 35503 205-221-4664 40 miles Lincoln Food Pantry 225 Magnolia Street Lincoln, Alabama 35096 205-842-7610 40.3 miles Alabama Childhood Food Solutions 114 Canyon Ridge Road Sylacauga, Alabama 35151 256-208-6463 40.69 miles Blountsville United Methodist Church 415 College St. Blountsville, Alabama 35031 (205) 429-3347 40.87 miles Samaritan House 806 N St. E Talladega, Alabama 35160 (256) 362-7698 42.12 miles The Sanctuary 46639 US HW 280 Sylacauga, Alabama 35150 (256) 207-2464 43.56 miles Walk of Faith Ministries 9290 Hwy 124 Carbon Hill, Alabama 35549 205-275-0747 43.68 miles Steele UMC 3375 Pope Avenue Steele, Alabama 35987 256-538-2409 45.08 miles Christians Place Mission 113 Third Ave. Nauvoo, Alabama 35578 205-471-4084 50.58 miles Etowah Baptist Association 9462 Hwy 278 W Altoona, Alabama 35952 (256) 547-1691 50.59 miles Christian’s Place Mission 300 Fourth Street Nauvoo, Alabama 35578 205-410-7029 50.64 miles Addison First Baptist Church 115 2nd Street S Addison, Alabama 35540 256-747-6470 51.44 miles White Springs Baptist Church 4411 Rainbow Drive Rainbow City, Alabama 35906 256-442-2638 51.81 miles Feed My Sheep 33775 Hwy 118 Carbon Hill, Alabama 35549 205-471-4475 52.15 miles Christ Central Church 409 W. Grand Ave. Rainbow City, Alabama 35906 256-442-6625 53.69 miles First UMC Attalla 601 4th St NW Attalla, Alabama 35954 256-538-8491 54.24 miles Main Street Ministries 24911 Hwy 195 South Double Springs, Alabama 35553 205-489-9007 54.93 miles Eldridge Church of Christ 1166 Fern Springs Road Eldridge, Alabama 35554 205-924-9715 56.08 miles Way of the Cross 101 N. 24th St. Rainbow City, Alabama 35904 256-543-1003 56.21 miles Friendship Missionary Baptist Church 1130 W 14th St. Anniston, Alabama 36201 919-452-0870 56.44 miles Salvation Army of Anniston 404 Noble St. Anniston, Alabama 36201 256-236-5643 57.16 miles Community Enabler Developer 104 F Street Anniston, Alabama 36201 256-201-0264 57.22 miles Servant of Jesus 3113 McCoy Avenue Anniston, Alabama 36201 256-486-6005 57.29 miles All Saints Interfaith Center 1513 Noble St Anniston, Alabama 36201 256-236-7793 57.35 miles Catholic Center of Concern 612 Chestnut Street Gadsden, Alabama 35901 256-546-4883 57.43 miles Gadsden Christian Fellowship 719 Nunnally Ave Gadsden, Alabama 35903 256-492-0515 57.87 miles North Glencoe Baptist Church 1119 Chastain Blvd. Gadsden, Alabama 35905 256-492-1910 58.65 miles Cornerstone Worship Center 2885 Choccolocco Road Anniston, Alabama 36207 256-236-1603 62.41 miles Jacksonville Christian Outreach Center 206 Francis Street West Jacksonville, Alabama 36265 256-435-1891 63.66 miles Living Water Assembly of God 40777 Hwy 195 Haleyville, Alabama 35565 (205) 270-8628 66.94 miles First Baptist Haleyville 1103 21st Street Haleyville, Alabama 35565 205-486-3762 67.46 miles Hearts of Cleburne 129 Almon Street Heflin, Alabama 36264 (256) 462-1020 70.79 miles Vise Grove SDA 303 County Road 116 Hefflin, Alabama 36264 404-547-2662 73.19 miles Piedmont Benevolence Center 20222 AL Hwy 9 Piedmont, Alabama 36272 256-447-2220 74.09 miles Family Care Center 1470 West Main St. Centre, Alabama 35960 256-490-9524 77.53 miles YMCA Alabaster Mobile Pantry 117 Plaza Circle, Alabaster, AL Link: YMCA Alabaster Mobile Pantry (
  • Where Can I go to get Utility Assistance?
    Community Action Agency of NE Alabama 900 38th St North Birmingham, Alabama 35222 205.502.2108 Serving You Ministries 6523 1st Ave North Birmingham, Alabama 35206 205.777.3653 United Way Information and referral #211 Catholic Center of Concern 712 4th Ct W Birmingham, Alabama 35204 205.786.4388 Bridge Ministries 1016 19th St S Birmingham, Alabama 35205 205.930.0309 Greater Birmingham Ministries 2304 12th Ave North Birmingham, Alabama 35234 205.326.6821 Salvation Army (Center of Hope) 2015 26th Ave North Birmingham, Alabama 35234 205.328/2420 Birmingham Urban League 2101 6th Ave North Birmingham, Alabama 35203 205.326.0162
  • Where Can I Find Emergency Care After Normal Business Hours?
    Animal Medical Center – Anniston Phone: (256) 236- 8387 Address: 719 Quintard Ave. Anniston, Al 36201 Hours: Open 24 hours Emergi-Pet – Tuscaloosa Phone: (205) 752- 1309 Address: 80 McFarland Blvd.; Suite 1 Northport, Al 35476 Hours: Open from 5:30pm- 7:00am Trussville Emergency Pet Care Phone: (205) 661- 2273 Address: 7299 Gadsden Hwy. Trussville, Al 35173 Hours: Open from 6:00pm- 7:00am 24 hour service on weekends and holidays Steel City Emergency Vets Phone: (205) 413-8989 Address: 1900 Hoover Ct. Hoover, Al 35226 Hours: Monday- Friday 6:00pm- 7:30am 24 hour service on weekdays and holidays Veterinary Specialist of Birmingham Phone: (205) 967- 9107 Address: 146 Resource Center Parkway Birmingham, Al 35242 Hours: Open Monday- Friday 6:00pm- 8:00am 24 hour service on weekends
  • AL
    Alabama Animal Adoption Society (Jefferson County) 2808 Crescent Ave Birmingham, AL 35209 Phone: 205-871-6351 Website: Offers spay/neuter vouchers eligible at participating veterinarians in the Greater Birmingham, Alabama and surrounding areas. No income or residency restrictions, anyone can purchase. Alabama Animal Alliance, Inc. (Montgomery County) 5316 Atlanta Hwy Montgomery, AL 36109 Phone: 334-239-7387 Website: The Alabama Spay & Neuter Clinic (Jefferson County) 2721 Crestwood Blvd Irondale, AL 35210 Phone: 205-956-0012 Website: Low cost spay/neuter. Additional discounts for Medicaid recipients, veterans and students. Feral cat spay/neuter program. Offers transport from the following counties: Blount, Calhoun, Chilton, Cullman, Etowah, Shelby, Sylacauga, Tallapoosa, Tuscaloosa & Walker. Call 877-3FIX-PET for transport. ALVMA Car Tag Program (Statewide) PO Box 3514 Montgomery, AL 36109 Phone: 334-395-0086 Website: Recipients must be AL residents receiving Medicaid. A small co-pay is required. Andalusia Area Humane Society (Covington) P.O. Box 1671 Andalusia, AL 36420 Phone: 427-7381 or 343-6455 Website: Spay/neuter assistance offered to low-income pet owners. Animal Friends Humane Society (Morgan County) P.O. Box 2345 Decatur, Alabama 35602 Phone: 256-351-2347 Email: Website: Low cost spay/neuter for Morgan County pet owners based on income. Animal Hospital of Montgomery (Montgomery County) 3310 Atlanta Highway Montgomery, AL 36109 Phone: 334-272-2200 Website: For low-income pet owners. Contact for details. Animal Shelter of Pell City (St. Clair County) 1071 Airport Rd. Pell City, AL 35128 Phone: 205-814-1567 Website: Spay/neuter certificates for low-income residents of St. Clair County and Lincoln. Check website for details. Baldwin County Humane Society (Baldwin County) 306 Magnolia Ave Baldwin, AL 36533 Phone: 251-928-4585 Website: Discount spay/neuter vouchers for county residents. Bay Area Spay/Neuter Clinic (Baldwin County) 910 Plantation Blvd Baldwin, AL 36532 Phone: 251-928-8772 Website: Blount County Animal Shelter 41 County Highway 13 Locust Fork, Al 35097 Phone: 205-647-8340 Website: Free or low cost spay/neuter for low-income county residents. Discount Spay-Neuter Clinic (Mobile County) 3751 Moffett Road Mobile, AL, 36618 Phone: 251-342-7272 Offers low cost spay/neuter services. Call for details and to make an appointment. Fairhope Cat Coalition (Baldwin County) P. O. Box 262 Fairhope, AL 36533 Phone: 251-367-1711 Email: Website: Fairhope Cat Coalition Assists in trapping feral cats and low cost spay/neuter. Contact for more details. Fixin' Alabama (Madison County) 4950 Triana Blvd Huntsville, AL 35805 Phone: 256-883-3782 Website: Program provides low cost spay and neuter for pets of low-income Huntsville residents. Fix Your Mama! (Blount County) PO Box 262 Cleveland, AL 35049 205-559-7007 Website: Fix Your Mama! For county residents in need, FYM will spay female dogs and cats at no charge to the owner and give a free rabies vaccination. Program also includes neuters for male Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes. FoCAS (Cullman County) P.O. Box 463 Cullman, AL 35056 Phone: 256-338-2936 Email: Low cost spay/neuter assistance. Friends of Animals (Nationwide) Phone: 800-321-PETS (7387) Website: Reduced cost spay/neuter certificates available. Friends of Cats & Dogs (Jefferson County) PO Box 130398 Birmingham, AL 35243 Email: Website: You may purchase low cost spay and neuter certificates on their website or by mail, for use at participating veterinarians. See website to find participating vets. Greater Birmingham Humane Society (Jefferson County) 300 Snow Drive Birmingham, AL35209 Phone: 205-942-1211 Email: Website: Offers spay/neuter assistance to low-income pet owners participating in their pet pantry program. Macon County Humane Society PO Box 831107 Tuskegee, AL 36083 Phone: 334-724-9916 Email: Website: Pet-owning residents of Macon County who are low income and qualified full-time students at Tuskegee University in Macon County may apply to the MCHS for financial assistance for low cost sterilization (“fixing”) of their dogs and cats. Mobile SPCA (Mobile County) 620 Zeigler Circle West Mobile, AL 36608 Phone: (251) 633-3531 Email: Website: Offers coupon for local low cost spay/neuter to general public. Also offers further spay/neuter assistance for pet owners in financial hardship. North Alabama Spay/Neuter Assistance Association (Madison County) 3303 N. Memorial Parkway Huntsville, AL 35810 Phone: 256-489-0418 or 256-489-0545 Website: Reduced cost spay/neuter with no income or residency requirements. PAL of Barbour County PO Box 1467 Eufaula, AL 36072 Phone: 334-689-9637 Email: Low cost spay/neuter of dogs and cats and offers transport to/from clinic. Offers trap-neuter-return of feral cats in Barbour County. PAWS Pets are Worth Saving (Lauderdale County) 2701 Mall Rd PBM 227 Florence, AL 35630 Phone: 256-383-0690 Website: For low-income pet owners in Colbert, Franklin and Lauderdale counties. S.A.V.E - Saving Animals Volunteer Effort (Calhoun County) PO Box 2246 Anniston, AL 36202 Phone: 256-744-8530 Funds spaying and neutering for low income pet owners who reside in Calhoun County. Shelby County Humane Society 381 McDow Dr Columbiana, AL 35051 Phone: 205-669-3916 Website: Affordable spay/neuter surgery available to county residents, subsidized spay/neuter for low-income county residents. S.N.A.P. / Spay Neuter Assistance Program (Madison County) 3312 Bob Wallace Ave Huntsville, AL 35811 Phone: 256-830-8459 Website: For low-income residents of Madison County. South Alabama Spay & Neuter Center (Mobile County) 3488 Springhill Avenue Mobile, AL 36608 Phone: 251-343-5033 Website: TSNIP - Tuscaloosa Spay and Neuter Program (Tuscaloosa County) P.O. Box 21287 Tuscaloosa, AL 35402 Phone: 205-349-8111 Email: Website: Trap-neuter-return for feral cats. Call for more information. Wiregrass Spay Neuter Alliance (Houston County) 570 S Foster St Dothan, AL 36301 Phone: 334-671-8111 Website: Albertville Albertville Animal Hospital – (256) 878-5321 530 AL Highway 75 North, Albertville, AL 35951 Bessemer Animal Health Clinic – (205) 425-1526 2723 Ninth Ave N, Bessemer, AL 35020 Hope Animal Clinic – (205) 426-2828 3051 Morgan Road, Bessemer, AL 35022 Birmingham Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic – (205) 956-0012 ($20 Co-pay is required when using this certificate) 2721 Crestwood Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35210 Becker Animal Clinic – (205) 871-2371 1833 27th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35209 Cat Haven Veterinary Clinic – (205) 252-2287 2100 8th Court South, Birmingham, AL 35205 Constant Companion Animal Hospital – (205) 635-0313 150 Narrows Drive, Birmingham, AL 35242 Double Oak Mountain Animal Clinic – (205) 991-5446 5490 Highway 280, Birmingham, AL 35242 Holmes Feline Clinic – (205) 822-0692 2409 Acton Road, Suite 109, Birmingham, AL 35243 Kelley Animal Hospital – (205) 833-9400 992 Huffman Road, Birmingham, AL 35215 Lakeview Pet Wellness Center – (205) 323-1536 3222 6th Ave South, Birmingham, AL 35222 Meadowbrook Veterinary Hospital – (205) 991-5406 7019 Meadowlark Drive, Birmingham, AL 35242 Oporto Animal Clinic – (205) 836-5229 6912 Oporto Madrid Boulevard South, Birmingham, AL 35206 Oxmoor Animal Clinic – (205) 871-6010 1732 Oxmoor Road, Birmingham, AL 35209 Riverview Animal Clinic – (205) 991-9580 4640 Highway 280, Birmingham, AL 35242 Valleydale Animal Clinic – (205) 995-0997 4680 Valleydale Road, Birmingham, AL 35242 Boaz B & A Animal Hospital – (256) 593-3332 1159 Wills Road, Boaz, AL 35957 Clay Chalkville Clay Chalkville Animal Clinic – (205) 681-1700 6415 Old Springville Road, Pinson, AL 35126 Cleveland Blount Animal Clinic – (205) 274-8456 63533 US Highway 231, Cleveland, AL 35049 Hoover Patton Chapel Animal Clinic – (205) 822-4779 1665 Montgomery Highway, Hoover, AL 35216 Metro Animal Clinic – (205) 985-2023 STE 2, Hoover, AL 35244 Leeds Leeds Pet Clinic – (205) 699-6195 431 Parkway Drive Southwest, Leeds, AL 35094 McCalla McAdory Veterinary Associates – (205) 424-7387 4829 McAdory School Road, McCalla, AL 35111 Mountain Brook Pet Vet Express 253 Country Club Park, Mountain Brook, 35213 Village Pet Care – (205) 582-2468 2921 Cahaba Road, Mountain Brook, 35223 Pelham Oakview Animal Hospital – (205) 988-3559 2127 Old Montgomery Highway, Pelham, AL 35124 Pelham Animal Clinic – (205) 663-2577 2944 Pelham Parkway, Pelham, AL 35124 Valley Central Animal Hospital – (205) 982-9810 8707 Helena Road, Pelham, AL 35124 Scottsboro Critter Care – (256) 574-5278 1602 Veterans Drive, Scottsboro, AL 35769 Springville Heritage Animal Clinic- (205) 467-2951 57 Robinson Street, Springville, AL 35146 Trussville Deerfoot Parkway Animal Clinic – (205) 661-9630 6030 Deerfoot Parkway, Trussville, AL 35173 Little Cahaba Animal Hospital – (205) 655-9999 8190 Gadsden Highway, Trussville, AL 35173 Vestavia Hills Vestavia Animal Clinic – (205) 823-7485 1471 Montgomery Highway, Vestavia Hills, AL 35216
  • Vaccinations
    GBHS The Greater Birmingham Humane Society is offering a low-cost vaccination, heartworm testing, and microchip clinic on the first Saturday of every month. Call for more information 300 Snow Dr, Birmingham, AL 35209 (205) 942-1211 Opens noon Comforts of Care Comforts of Home Vet Care, PC is committed to providing quality preventative veterinary services throughout the pet owning community here in the Birmingham area. Dr. Walker MUST examine each animal in order to develop a valid Veterinarian-Patient-Client-Relationship. (205) 907-4000 Mobile Services and locations Check website for details
  • Life Threathening Illness
    RedRover PO Box 188890 Sacramento, CA 95818 (916) 429-2457
  • How does RESCUE85 benefit the community?
    We assist in alleviating food insecurity within the household for humans, cats, and dogs. We obtain and distribute donated products from national pet companies, such as cat and dog food, in addition to bedding, litter boxes, cat litter, and other goods when available. We are a supplemental program meant to assist (not replace) in prfoviding these items to (FAM) Furry Family Members and neighbors for their nutritional needs
  • Why do you provide pet food within food pantries?
    RESCUES ON85TH found throughobservation and surveys that many FAM parents often share their food obtained from Human food boxes from food pantries. Others have either surrendered or abandoned their cats and/or dogs due to their inability to care for them. In providing these products we seek to help keep cats and dogs in-home.
  • How can I care for my pets' physical, emotional, and mental needs?
    Point of View: As humans we need love, respect, compassion, prolonged great health, comfortability, and of course to survive. FAMs want the same. Make sure you provide them with health check ups and vaccinations, look for any changes in behavior such as depression, lack of appetite, etc. If temperatures are too hot or cold for you, they are also. Imagined being changed for the rest of your life or used to breed only to have your children taken away. Imagine having a doghouse where there is no room to move around in or a cold hard floor to lay in. With these understandings in place and a change of Point of View can we understand how to be a GREAT FAM parent! Provide them with fresh food and water daily, daily brushing and dental care, vaccinations are the most important need, and microchipping your pet or having a collar. especially GPS collar on FAMs at all times is crucial if your pet gets lost. You may also choose to have your pet spayed or neutered. If your home has a fence they have access to exercise, but also a walk around the area, and playtime with your pet is an added bonus for bonding time. Never, never strike or hit your pet. Especially just to make a selfie or Facebook post to gain likes. If you are in a Domestic Violence situation know that the abuser may harm your pet to inflict emotional harm and attempt to gain control over, you. Never adopt or breed animals for fighting tournaments, laws are in place for this illegal activity. If you have witnessed such activity do not hesitate to report the incident to the Humane Society or local Law enforcement. You can remain anonymous in reporting. Also be sure to visit our Think Tank for video from TEDx, where they discuss more concerning your companions, physical, emotional, and behavioral needs, and that teaches the FAMs parent some very interesting perspectives.
  • How does leaving a deceased and injured animals to suffer, affect my community?
    Animals like humans have a priority need which is to survive, to be loved, but often times stray, injured, or lost animals wander into neighborhoods met with cruelty and abuse. if you see animal abuse report it. Turning away from the incident or ignoring it doesn't make it disappear. Become a Neighborhood team captain or contact your local human society for information or assistance. If there are strays, help to control the pet population by participating in trap and spay programs, offer pet food, never let the alternative to watch the animal starve to death. Report strays in order to allow them the opportunity to find good homes or offer your home to them. Special Note: Many shelters that accept sick animals may euthanize them. be sure to ask direct questions.
  • What can I do to help animals in my neighborhood?
    Well, look at you taking the initiative to lead your community, Way to Go! There are many ways you can help. 1. One way is if you see many cats in your neighborhood, you can be a part of the spay and neuter program. Through these programs, you obtain safe cats where they can be taken to control excessive litters. 2. If you see abuse or dog fighting tournaments report it to local law enforcement. Also, anonymous to report. If you don't want to use phone fax or write a letter. Coving your head with a pillow or turning the music up where you can't hear the abuse or mistreatment or cries for help does not make it disappear. 3. If your neighbor's dog goes missing, offer to help by posting flyers, and searching the neighborhood, connect with one of many lost pet apps and suggest listing the picture of the pet for others to help in the search.
  • How do I prepare in case my pet becomes lost?
    1. Use ID tags: The winter weather can mask familiar scents. If your pet gets lost, they might not be able to find their way back home. Your pet must wear a collar with ID tags at all times. 2. Having up-to-date tags, a microchip, and a GPS collar is the best three-pronged approach to increasing the chances your pet will be returned to you if he goes missing. Furthermore, training is key to preventing a dog from escaping. 3. Provide a current photo and an accurate description of your pet: breed, hair/coat length, and color (don’t forget special markings), size, age, and ear type (pointed, long, short, droopy). We provide a free account under the Need Help text at the upper right of the website. There you can upload your pets' pictures and other information; in case this occurs or just for extra records to keep handy. 4. Have a friend in your preparedness plan: Have a list of friends' numbers on a sticky note, place it on your refrigerator or anywhere in the home. In a time of panic, this can help remind us of what to do and whom to call for help. That list of friends and neighbors may have seen your pet, or help post flyers throughout the neighborhood, on a post, at businesses, especially where restaurants or trash bins are located, as they will be searching for food. 5. Registered with pet with AKC Reunite, call the Reuniters Helpline at 800-252-7894 to let them know your pet is lost and to enable an operator to confirm your contact information is up-to-date. Also, visit the website to create a “Lost Pet Alert” (learn how to activate this service here). 6. Sounds are most familiar to a lost pet, so bring along your pet’s favorite treat or toy, and call out words he responds to, such as “toy” or “treat,” along with his name. 7. Use multiple platforms — Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+. Post your pet and request that anyone who has seen or has your pet to contact you. (in a safe environment, be careful). 8. The Most important one, "Never Give Up Looking"
  • I am elderly and/or disabled and do not have transportation to pick up pet supplies from the community pantry, how can you help me?
    Currently we do not offer delivery services. However, we can establish for someone that you know to pick up on your behalf. On our application you can simply add their name as a pickup person. Please be sure to inform the pick-up person that they will need to show pictured identification upon receival. We are attempting to establish services with meal delivering agencies to offer these needed services to you We will notify you via, chat, email, mail, or on social media once this has been established. We apologize for any inconvenience.
  • How did RESCUES ON85TH begin?
    RESCUES ON85TH began from a change encounter with a stray eating our of a trash can searching for food, and a neighbor screaming at him to leave. Upon securing the founders FAM Furry Family Member/Neighbor, the stray now named Kurt Russell was hard to obtained due to abuse of neighbors, fed, groomed as matted hair seemed to be a broken leg, and vaccinated. He became the reason of for the pantry and education began. We also witnessed many deceased starved animals within the neighborhoods and those were abandoned or abused.
  • What kind of dog is Kurt Russell and where did his name come from?
    Kurt Russell is a Yorkie Poodle, and his name came from one of the board members, from first sight suggested his name to be Kurt Russell as he was tough in his adventures.
  • How do you fund RESCUE ON85TH?
    Hey, thanks for asking. RESCUES ON85TH receives donations from the Public. We have a donate button at our menu and on the bottom left side and also registries for Walmart & Amazon for special requested supplies, as some dogs/cats may have allergies to certain dog/cat food that is donated. So, to keep our fur neighbors happy and healthy we have established these registries.
  • Are there any upcoming events?
    Great question! All our events are listed on our calendar on our About Paws Page. On the calendar you will find a colorful dot. Here you can click on the dots, and it will describe upcoming events, distribution times and dates, along with other events.
  • I am a business and would like to partner with RESCUES ON85TH, How do I accomplish this endeavor?
    Yeahhhh! We would love to have your business, agency, or organization partner with us. Partnerships that share a common mission to serve the community creates an expansion of success. To partner please complete the partnership located at the page footer, it will provide all the details that you need. Email us at info@rescueson85th. We would love to hear from you!
  • How do I donate?
    We are always needing donations, whether it's financial, in-kind, or volunteering with us, or that's why we have created registries for the needs of the community and clients we serve. Utilizing the donate button located at the TOP AND BOTTOM of our page and through our registries not only provides pet food but enables us to provide wheelchairs for animals, dog houses for pets living outside, microchipping, and vaccinations for pet parents that cannot afford to purchase, and more. In addition, these registries make it easier to deliver the supplies to area ministries, and eligible applicants with no mobility and/or elderly (65 or older). Walmart Gift Registry (Dog Food) AMAZON Gift Registry
  • If I have any questions, concerns, or complaints, how do I submit it RESCUES ON85TH?
    Please give us a call or submit your concerns via call, email, or submission form, located on our contact us page. Assisting you and your pet is a top priority as a part of our mission.
  • What kind of Dog or Cat food do you provide?
    Although we would love to have specific brands that match your cat or dog digestive needs, we can only distribute the supplies issued by our donors. We cannot guarantee the type, brand, or amount of cat and dog food that we distribute.
  • Am I Eligible to Receive Services?
    We provide services to low-income, elderly, disabled, and veterans. We may ask you to provide documentation along with driver's license or State Identification to verify eligibility such as Disability awards letters, Food Stamp Award Letters, Pay stub, unemployment verification letters, etc. If you have further questions concerning eligibility, please do not hesitate to email us at or call and leave a message at 205.201.5577
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