Animal House Project is a 501(c)3 charitable organization on a mission to help companion pets stay at home and out of animal shelters by providing donated pet food and pet care services to pet families in financial need. We service families facing financial crisis in eastern Berks, Chester, and western Montgomery counties.
At times, we are the last option for families to keep their companion pets at home.
What We Offer:
Donated Pet Food & Care Items: Dry and canned dog, cat, bird, fish, reptile and small animal food. When available, we also offer treats, toys, litter, bedding, flea/tick treatments, and grooming supplies.
- Veterinary Assistance Program: Spaying, Neutering and Low Cost Vaccination of pantry clients' pets.
- Assistance with Pet Placement: We are NOT a rescue, and cannot house any animals. Our goal is to keep pets at home and out of shelters!
- In some cases we are able to assist individuals in spreading the word regarding pets in need of homes. We do this by sharing flyers with pet photo & bio, locally as well as online. We also feature adoptable pets at most of our events. This process may take time, and placement is not guaranteed.
Animal House Project
1055 S. Hanover Street Suite 1
Pottstown, PA 19465
Hours of Operation:
1st Saturday of each month
11 am to 1 pm *
Mobile Pet Food Pantry
Minquas Fire Department
141 Wallace Avenue
Downingtown, PA 19335
Hours of Operation
3rd Saturday of each month
11 am to 1 pm (weather permitting)
Check Chester County Pet Food Pantry Facebook page for the status of Mobile Pantry
2 Moon Junction Animal House Project was founded in June of 2001, as a no-kill animal rescue group. By having a small foster network, we were successful in placing over 300 pets in good homes. However, we realized that 95% of the animals being surrendered were because families could not afford to feed or provide basic veterinary care. In 2004, The Chester County Pet Food Pantry was formed and moved to the heart of Chester County with a mission to keep companions pets at home and out of the shelters and rescues. A “No Fleas” Market was established, which donated 100% of profits to animal welfare organizations. In 2013, with the ever growing need of families and pets, the Pantry moved to a much larger facility in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, and began a mobile pet food pantry in Downingtown. With the increased square footage and warehouse space, our area of coverage has also expanded to include Berks, Chester and western Montgomery Counties. We also shortened our name to ANIMAL HOUSE PROJECT.
What The "No Fleas" Market has Raised & Given To Date