Humane Society of West Michigan is proud to operate the Kibble Konnection, a pet food bank program which helps low-income pet owners provide food for their pets, in partnership with the Access of West Michigan Food Pantry network.
To qualify for the program, pet owners must be able to provide documentation of low income status. All pets in the household must be spayed/neutered and must be owned for at least 6 months prior to applying.
Low-Income Verification Must be One of the Following:
Bridge card - Along with the annual letter dated within the last 12 months and copy of card. Must be the name listed on KK application
Medicaid - letter/statement and copy of card. Must be the name listed on KK application
SSI Disability / Retirement - letter/statement. Must be the name listed on KK application
Unemployment / Salary statement - Must be the name listed on KK application. Must be less than 200% of Federal Poverty Level guideline
Verification of spay/neuter (altered) for EVERY animal in the household. When surgery was done, OR Current Vet stating name of the animal, the owner (KK applicant) and verification they are altered. (If not altered, contact C-SNIP at csnip.org)
Food will be provided for up to TWO animals only.
Please click HERE for a Kibble Konnection application.
Humane Society of West Michigan 3077 Wilson Dr. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49534 USA (616) 453 -8900 Adoptions@hswestmi.org
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