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Pet / animal Food & Supplies

Offers information about pets and animals regarding COVID-19. Currently there is no evidence that suggests pets or other companion animals can spread COVID-19. It is suggested to keep pets and animals isolated from individuals who are symptomatic. The CDC COVID-19 Animal FAQ also provides answers to other frequently asked questions about animals and COVID-19.

Offering free pet food delivery to community members in Butte County. A one-month supply of pet food will be distributed, and the program is operated on a first-come, first served basis while supplies last. Delivery of supplies will be contact-free.

Service is available to anyone in Butte County in need of dog or cat food due to hardship related to COVID-19. This service is application based while supplies last. Special needs requests for specific essential pet supplies will be addressed depending on available donations.

Call 530-966-2902 for application and additional eligibility criteria.

Chico Animal Shelter is offering free pet food delivery services to households affected by COVID-19. Please note: this services is provided by volunteers and delivery dates/times may vary depending on the availability of volunteers. Deliveries for Chico residents only.

To sign up for pet food delivery, please contact the Chico Animal Shelter: (530) 894-5630. Please be prepared to provide your home address, explain how you have been personally affected by COVID-19, and what kind of pet(s) you own.

Please note: Individuals signing up for deliveries will be placed on a waiting list and pet food supplies may be delivered in 1-2 days.

Offering curbside pickup and free delivery to older adults living in Chico for orders placed over the phone. Curbside pickup is available for all customers.   
Place order over the phone by calling either the East Avenue location at (530)774-2332 or the Mangrove location at (530)892-1848 during store hours and request either curbside pickup or delivery.

Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm, Sun: 10am-4pm
Located at: 752 Mangrove Ave, Chico, CA 95926 (Mangrove Location) or 1354 East Ave Suite S, Chico, CA 95926 (East Ave Location)


Offering to deliver orders placed on pet and livestock feed for a fee. All orders will be delivered within 24 hours from the time the order is placed. Delivery services are being offered to residents of Biggs and Gridley area placing orders under 1000 pounds. There is a $5 delivery fee on orders 0-300 pounds and a $10 delivery fee on orders over 300 pounds.

Individuals who live outside the Biggs and Gridley area who are interested in this service may call (530)868-1717 for a delivery quote based on their location.

To place an order or for more information, please call the store at (530)868-1717.

PAWS of Oroville is still offering all regular services at low cost. These services include spay and neuter, grooming, vaccinations, dental care, and emergency care. Pets must be spayed or neutered to receive regular vet services.

Fees vary depending on services provided. Fees for services are provided on their website at, . If payment assistance is needed, PAWS of Oroville can discuss flexible payment options or subsidized care.

Schedule an appointment by calling (530)534-0900 for veterinary services and (530)534-5713 for grooming services. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, please wait outside for your safety. A Receptionist or Technician will assist you when ready.

Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, closed for lunch from 12pm-12:30pm.

Located at: 3557 Oro Dam Blvd, E. Oroville, CA 95966

Offering emergency grants for veterinary care. Grants offered will be up to $200.

Basic eligibility guidelines are as follows:
• The applicant must be seeking assistance for one animal in need of urgent medical care.
• The applicant must obtain a diagnosis and treatment plan before applying.
• Treatment must have a good or favorable outcome.
• Proof of income must be provided upon request.
• Animals must be spayed/neutered (if not spayed/neutered, applicant is encouraged to include plans of having this done in application).
• Applicant must attempt to find funding through their own means, personal contacts, and other assistance programs.
• RedRover Relief cannot pay veterinary bills for treatment that has already been done.
• RedRover Relief cannot help if the animal’s medical needs are for ongoing conditions or treatments, testing or diagnostic work, or routine care.

Applications are only accepted through the RedRover website, here: