Donations needed for MACC Pet Pantry

NASHVILLE (WSMV) - We all know how near and dear our pets are to us and this morning, we need your help.

The 'Pet Pantry' at Metro Nashville Animal Care and Control (MACC) is almost out of food and it has reached a critical stage.  
 
What's the pantry you may ask? It's a place where if you can't afford food for your pet, you can go there. No questions asked and they can help you. 
For families with pets who find themselves in need, the Pet Pantry is available by calling the Pet Help Line at 615-862-4017. If you can donate, we encourage you to call the Pet Help Line at 615-862-4017 to learn what is particularly in need.
News4's Big Joe on the Go is headed to MACC Wednesday morning to spread awareness about its 'Pet Pantry' and how you can help. 

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