An animal shelter in Kansas City, Missouri, where she will be giving away pet food

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KC Pet Project to host a gift drive including food, pet supplies for Kansas City residents

Animal Services will also be giving out free pet microchip vouchers


The KC Pet Project is holding what is expected to be a large community pet feeding and giveaway on Tuesday. The nonprofit organization, which serves as Kansas City, Missouri’s Division of Animal Services and the animal shelter, will distribute pallets of supplies. KCPP officials said thanks to a generous donation from Chewy and the Humane Society of the United States, the shelter will distribute many pallets of food and treats for dogs, cats, small animals and birds. They will also be giving away other items, including cat litter and other pet supplies. “We are so grateful to the Humane Society of the United States and Chewy for this incredible donation of food and supplies to our community,” said Tori Fugate, KC Pet Project Chief Communications Officer. The event is free for residents of Kansas City, Missouri. It is scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Nov. 1 in the South Admissions Parking Lot on the KC Campus for Animal Care, while supplies last. In addition to basic necessities, the KCPP Animal Services Division will also be giving out free pet ID tags and vouchers for free microchips. “These events are wonderful because they provide our community with great food and supplies for their pets at a time when we see that families continue to need support to help care for their animals,” Fugate said. “We hope to hold more events like this in the future.”

The KC Pet Project is holding what is expected to be a large community pet feeding and offering on Tuesday.

The nonprofit organization, which serves as the Kansas City, Missouri, division of Animal Services and the animal shelter, will distribute pallets of supplies.

KCPP officials said thanks to a generous donation from Chewy and the Humane Society of the United States, the shelter will distribute many pallets of pet food and treats for dogs, cats, small animals and birds. They will also be giving away other items, including cat litter and other pet supplies.

“We are so grateful to the Humane Society of the United States and Chewy for this incredible donation of food and supplies to our community,” said Tori Fugate, KC Pet Project Chief Communications Officer.

This event is free for residents of Kansas City, Missouri.

It is scheduled as a drive-thru from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm on Tuesday, November 1, in the south parking lot of the KC Campus for Animal Care, while supplies last.

In addition to basic necessities, the KCPP Animal Services Division will also be giving out free pet ID tags and vouchers for free microchips.

“These events are wonderful because they provide our community with great food and supplies for their pets at a time when we see that families continue to need support to help care for their animals,” Fugate said. “We hope to hold more events like this in the future.”

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