Southborough’s pet food pantry

The Southborough Food Pantry has always accepted canned soup and pasta and powdered milk, but now they also accept … Milk Bones. The Southborough Pet Food Pantry, founded by Southborough Police Officer Meredith Lobur and operated in partnership with the Southborough Food Pantry, aims to help families in need who have pets through donations of dog food, cat food, and other supplies.

Because bags of dog food and the like are too big for the food pantry’s shelves at Pilgrim Church, donations are stored at the Police Station. And since the Police Station is open 24-hours, you can drop off your donations day or night.

Read more about the pet food pantry in this article from the Metrowest Daily News.

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Anonymous
13 years ago

Susan, Thank you for posting the link to the pet food pantry.
Because of the great need for the pet food around the state, anyone can call me at the station and leave a message and I will arrange to get the food to you.
(508) 485-2147
Meredith Lobur

susan
13 years ago

Officer Lobur, thanks for your comment and for the work you’re doing.

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