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Kibble Connection Helps Local Owners in Need!

The Maryland SPCA collects donations of pet food and kitty litter from the public for Kibble Connection, a program that provides pet food to local Meals on Wheels clients. Kibble Connection is possible through a unique partnership among the Maryland SPCA, Community Support Services for the Deaf and Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland. The Maryland SPCA collects pet food donations from the public and delivers them to Community Support Services for the Deaf. Community Support Services for the Deaf packages everything for Meals on Wheels clients. Meals on Wheels picks up and delivers the pet food to their clients with their meals.

In these hard economic times, some Meals on Wheels clients were sharing their meals with their pets and not getting enough to eat. Kibble Connection helps ensure that Meals on Wheels clients and their pets maintain good nutrition.

How Can You Help?

For Kibble Connection, the Maryland SPCA accepts pet food in unopened containers or bags. Please bring donations to our adoption center during business hours. For more information, contact Amanda Schulz at 410-235-8826, ext. 107.

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Make A Donation.

It costs approximately $400 for total care of one pet in our shelter. Your contribution helps the animals of the Maryland SPCA during their journey to new loving homes.

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The Maryland SPCA collects donations for Kibble Connection, a program that provides pet food to local Meals on Wheels clients. Kibble Connection is possible through a unique partnership among the Maryland SPCA, Community Support Services for the Deaf and Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland. The Maryland SPCA collects pet food and kitty litter donations from the public and delivers it to Community Support Services for the Deaf. Community Support Services for the Deaf packages the food for Meals on Wheels clients. Meal on Wheels picks up and delivers the food to their clients.

In these hard economic times, some Meals on Wheels clients were sharing their meals with their pets and not getting enough to eat. Kibble Connection helps ensure that Meals on Wheels clients and their pets maintain good nutrition. WBAL featured Kibble Connection in a newscast.

For Kibble Connection, the Maryland SPCA accepts pet food in unopened containers or bags. Please bring donations to our adoption center during business hours. For more information, contact Amanda at 410-235-8826, ext. 107.