Donate Food and Other Items

For feral and homeless cats, food may be in a dumpster of frozen garbage, and a drafty barn the only shelter from bitter life on the streets. Seeing healthy, well-fed, spayed/neutered cats in our managed colonies poke their heads out of their cozy shelters, we know we are making a huge difference, but there are so many more out there needing our help. One cat at a time, one colony at a time, we are getting the job done. Will you help us?

Items We Have a Need for:


  • *Dry & canned cat food
  • *Dry & canned kitten food

Gift cards:

  • *Gas cards or debit cards ($10-20 – for trapping and veterinary appointment runs)
  • *Tractor Supply (898 Crane Ave., Pittsfield, MA)
  • Petco (690 Merrill Rd., Pittsfield, MA)
  • Benson’s Pet Center (457 Dalton Ave., Pittsfield, MA)
  • Staples (Berkshire Crossing, 555 Hubbard Ave., Pittsfield, MA)
  • Wal-mart (Berkshire Crossing, 555 Hubbard Ave., Pittsfield, MA)

Office Supplies/Other:

  • Postage stamps
  • Food scales (for weighing kittens. They can be found at Walmart, Target and Bed Bath and Beyond)
  • Break-away cat collars
  • Corporate sponsors

*Most needed


Drop-off Location for All Items:

Mail to:

214 Barker Road
Pittsfield, MA 01201

For Food and Small Items Only:


Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital, 1634 W. Housatonic Street/Route 20
R.S.V.P., 16 Bartlett Avenue (lower level of Public Library building)


Berkshire Humane Society
(drop box at our Catty Shack in the lower parking lot – OUR FOOD BANK IS SEPARATE FROM BHS’ SO PLEASE DO NOT BRING ITEMS TO THE FRONT DESK)
214 Barker Rd., Pittsfield, MA


Lenox Cat Hospital,
450 Pittsfield Road/Route 7 

Hire a Rodent Control Hero

Veteran working cats are available for adoption as superior, resident pest-control – compensated only by basic living amenities, a return to independence and the dignity found in performing a specialized skill they’ve trained a lifetime to perform.


Specialized Defense for Your


Working cat(s) require daily food/water plus access to a free-standing building safe from the elements and predators. In return, they will catch and repel rodents as well as other unwanted animals.


All working cats are provided the following treatments and procedures prior to adoption:

• Spay/Neuter
• Initial Deworming
• Flea/Tick Treatment
• Rabies One-Year Vaccination


These veterans range from feral to friendly with behavior issues making them un-adoptable into a traditional home. Accustomed to some human contact, most prefer to keep people at a distance, but may become more social over time.


We are eager to match a cat to you and your particular needs. The process requires a phone conversation, application approval and a few practical steps to help your new hire acclimate. For instance, some cats do better in pairs depending on your location and needs. Contact us today, we have cats standing by.

Animal DREAMS is a non-profit organization improving the lives of feral and abandoned cats in Berkshire County, MA.