Food Bank for Community Cats

Our food bank for community cats supports TNVR efforts in Westchester! 

Community cat caregivers are the life of a Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR) program. Since many caregivers feed multiple cats, and often multiple colonies, the cost of cat food can be a burden. Our food bank enables us to support caregivers and assist them with TNVR.

Food Bank Rules

1. The cats you are requesting food for must be outdoor, free-roaming, unowned cats, also known as community cats , street cats, or feral cats, who have been trapped, neutered, vaccinated, and returned (TNVR) or are in the process of being TNVR’d. If you need assistance with TNVR, we can help.

2. If more than one person is feeding the same group of cats, ONLY ONE FEEDER MAY REQUEST CAT FOOD FOR THOSE CATS.

3. You may request food up to four (4) times per year (once each quarter). 

4. You must submit a new request form each time you are in need of food. 

When feeding community cats, please follow our feeding guidelines—download them in English or Spanish. 

Click on the "Request Cat Food" button below to submit your request, and the food will be shipped directly to you from We will alert you when your food order has been processed and is on its way. Please note that we rely on donations to fill requests, so availability may vary.  

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