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Pet food bank resource list

Here are some resources for those in need of pet food:

The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank: Held in Portland, this food bank provides dog and cat food on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month. Please call (503) 939-7555 for important details before arriving. Additional details available at

FIDO Dog Food Bank: Friends Involved in Dog Outreach (FIDO) holds a monthly dog food bank in Oregon City. The food bank will supply one month’s supply of dog food to those in need every third Saturday of the month. Some cat food may also be available. Get more information on their website:

Local Food Pantry: Find a local food pantry; sometimes they will have pet food to offer. Information is available at

Pet Food Help Oregon: A listing of Oregon-area pet food banks and other resources for pet owners can be found at

These resources are to assist cat owners. The contents of external websites are beyond CAT’s control. CAT accepts listings to this web page that are complementary to its mission statement and reserves the right to refuse or remove any listings that are not in line with CAT’s mission.

Drop-off locations

  • CAT Sherwood shelter: 14175 SW Galbreath Dr., Sherwood
  • Nature’s Pet: 20345 SW Pacific Hwy, Sherwood
  • Pride Disposal - 13980 Southwest Tualatin-Sherwood Rd., Sherwood
  • Sherwood Family Pet Clinic: 15970 SW Tualatin-Sherwood Rd., Sherwood
  • Sherwood Chamber: 16065 SW Railroad Street, Sherwood

  • Portland
  • All for Paws: 1430 NW 23rd, Portland
  • Animal Medical Clinic: 1411 SW 14th Ave., Portland
  • Cat Doctor: 4407 SW Corbett, Portland
  • Morel Ink: 4824 NE 42nd Ave, Portland
  • Pet Barn: 12675A NW Cornell Rd, Portland
  • Pet Loft: 6333 SW Macadam Ave., Portland
  • Western Pet Supply: 6908 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Portland

  • Other
  • Cat’s Exclusive Medical Center: 811 N. Main St., Gresham
  • Cat’s Meow Cat Clinic: 19743 S. HWY 213, Oregon City
  • Frontier Veterinary Hospital: 4500 NE Cornell Road, Hillsboro
  • Health Pet: 16140 Boones Ferry Rd, Lake Oswego
  • Mountain View Veterinary Hospital : 300 S Redwood St., Suite 115, Canby
  • Murrayhill Veterinary Clinic: 14831 SW Teal Blvd., Beaverton
  • Pacific Avenue Veterinary Clinic: 2625 Pacific Ave., Forest Grove
  • Petco - Tualatin

Find the closest one to you on this map (click here).


Support the Food Bank

The Cat Food Bank needs about 1,000 pounds of dry cat food every month to assist home-bound and other senior citizens in need. We welcome donations of:

- Adult cat food (dry)
- Kitten food (dry)
- Canned cat food

Any donations should be unopened and not expired. All sizes and brands are accepted, but clients prefer small to medium bags, i.e. 7 lbs to 15 lbs. Clients prefer mid- to high-quality foods, including Purina, Kirkland, Friskies, Iams, Royal Canin, Natural Balance, etc. (to name a few).

Bring your donations to CAT’s Sherwood shelter or one of our donation drop off locations.

Other Ways to Help

Host a cat food drive at your workplace, church, or club: we’ll provide you with signs, posters, and collection box/barrel. Please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information about hosting a cat food drive.

If you prefer, you can make a secure online donation to support the Cat Food Bank.



Helping to feed pet cats

Helping to feed pet cats

We are honored to help local cat owners feed their beloved feline companions. Currently, CAT partners with Washington County Meals on Wheels and local senior centers to provide free cat food to home-bound clients and senior citizens on fixed income.

The Cat Food Bank provides cat food for clients through the Beaverton and Forest Grove Meals on Wheels programs and at the Hillsboro Senior Center.

Your donations are needed and appreciated — the Cat Food Bank is 100 percent donation driven. Donations of dry or canned cat food are always welcome! You can also make monetary donations directly to the Cat Food Bank. These funds are used to purchase cat food to keep the pantry shelves full. 

And it’s not just cat food. We offer behavior information, answer questions, and provide resources for low-cost spay/neuter, as all cats fed through the Cat Food Bank must be spayed/neutered.

**Public distribution is now closed**
From June 2008 to July 2013, Cat Adoption Team held a monthly public/walk-in Cat Food Bank that provided free cat food to qualified cat owners struggling in the poor economy. During the first four years the program was open, need grew over 1,100 percent. As the food bank entered its fifth year, we saw a dramatic drop in the amount of donated food and a decrease in the number of cat owners requesting assistance through our walk-in food bank.

CAT closed the public/walk-in food bank operation at the shelter in July 2013. We did not make this decision lightly because we knew it would impact cat owners in our area. The resources page has a list of other places that provide pet food assistance.

At this stage, we believe we can have the greatest impact by targeting the Cat Food Bank’s limited resources toward cat owners with the least access to cat food. The Cat Food Bank now focuses solely on its partnership with Washington County Meals on Wheels and senior centers.