Suffolk County Legislator Tom Donnelly is pleased to again join Long Island Cares and help it “rain food for cats and dogs” by hosting a pet food drive now through the end of April.
Legislator Donnelly’s district office will serve as a drop-off location for the Eighth Legislative Pet Food Drive Challenge where much-needed pet food and supplies will be collected to benefit Baxter’s Pet Pantry of Long Island Cares (www.licares.org). In previous years, constituents of the 17th Legislative District have generously donated to this annual drive.
All donations go directly to Baxter’s Pantry. While 5 and 10 pound bags of dog and cat food, canned food, kitty litter and new pet toys are most needed, all pet nourishments are welcome including food for hamsters, fish, birds and ferrets.
Items may be dropped off at Legislator Donnelly’s District Office, located at 130 West Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station, Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm, until April 30. As per health code requirements, all pet food must be unopened and in original packaging. For more information, call (631) 854-4433.
“When people fall on hard times, it impacts all members of the family including pets,” said Legislator Donnelly. “Families shouldn’t have to decide between feeding themselves and feeding their beloved pets. I am happy to partner with Long Island cares once again on this important and much needed cause.”