Rob Hardy, the Communications Manager for CARE says their food is donor provided. When the supply gets low, they tap into their own wallets to provide food for their animals.
He says CARE feeds around 300 animals a day. He says they go through a 100 pounds of dog food and 25 pounds of cat food everyday.
He says since the Facebook post explaining the need for more food, the community has come together to help. But, although donations are continuing to be made, they still need cat food.
Hardy says the shelter is looking for premium and grain free food to feed the animals. Hardy says if you are not familiar with pets or their food, but would like to help, you can donate money instead.