The Edwards Street Fellowship Center Pet Food Bank is running low on Pet food and is looking for donations from the community to replenish their supply.
The pantry first started their pet food back in March. Much of the pet food they have given out has been supplied by the Southern Pines Animal Shelter. Since they first started the program they have given out more than 36,000 cups of cat food and almost 13,000 cups of dog food.
"We seem to have reached a point where we're going through more food than Southern Pines is receiving in donations," said Ann McCullen. Edwards Street Executive Director. "Right now we are just really surviving week to week on the amount of food we have to distribute."
Pet food donations can be dropped off at the fellowship center on Edwards Street.