If you are in need of assistance through our Kibble Kitchen Program, please fill out one of the forms below and a staff member will assist you. Thank you!
Contact 757-221-0150 ext.1004
Our Kibble Kitchen works to keep pets with their families and out of the shelter by providing food, litter, and other pet supplies to families in need in our community.
The Kibble Kitchen is created to keep pets with the families who love them, and out of the shelter.
Heritage Humane Society serves members of our community who need extra help. On a regular basis, HHS staff work with people who are on government assistance (food stamps, WIC, disability, etc.), families affected by disaster, domestic violence, and those struggling with unexpected financial hardships.
Through the Kibble Kitchen program families receive pet food, and supplies if needed and as resources become available. Our team works with the families to provide low-cost vaccination and spay/neuter services, and offer payment plans if needed.
Hours of Operation
Kibble Kitchen Supply Pick Up (by appointment only):
If this is your first time utilizing our Kibble Kitchen service, please fill out the Kibble Kitchen Application. If you are a returning client, please fill out the Request for Supplies form. A staff member will contact you by phone or by email. Services are dependent on our supply of donations.
For people who have utilized our Kibble Kitchen before – We are doing an appointment-only food distribution system. Please do not arrive at the shelter without first speaking to a staff member and setting up an appointment. If you have any questions, please call the Front Desk Team at 757-221-0150 ext.0 between 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM or email us at [email protected]. Due to the increased number of phone calls we are receiving, please leave a detailed voicemail with your contact information if you do not reach a staff member when you call.
What We Need
Our Kibble Kitchen relies on donations from our community.
If you are able to help others, please consider donating supply items to the shelter.