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WHY SPONSOR A CAT?

Maybe you can’t take in another cat.
Maybe you’re compassionate but allergic.
Maybe you want to do more.
In those cases, please consider sponsoring a cat.

Several of our cats have special needs or are older, making it challenging to place them in permanent homes. By sponsoring one or more of these cats you can help us provide food, shelter, and healthcare for these wonderful animals, who need all the love and care we can give them.

You can sponsor a cat for six months ($60) or a full year ($120). We will mail you a letter thanking you for your support along with a picture and history of your sponsored cat, and we’ll send you updates periodically.

Sponsorships make wonderful gifts, too. We will send a special recognition card to you and will mail a personalized letter acknowledging the sponsorship to your loved one.

Some of the cats available for sponsorship can be seen HERE (or you can specify “oldest cat” or another request on your form.)

CLICK HERE to sponsor a cat.  After you’ve filled out the form, there will be an area where you can specify which cat (or cats) you would like to sponsor.  If your cat is adopted, we’ll transfer your sponsorship to another cat in need.

Your recurring donation makes a huge difference in the lives of our kitties.  Even $10 a month helps to offset the costs of feeding and cleaning expenses.

No donation is too small.
You are making a difference.
We appreciate your support and so do the kitties.


 

CLICK HERE TO SPONSOR A CAT

SPONSORSHIP SUCCESS STORIES

These kitties had special needs and so they needed more time before they were ready to find their forever homes.  Luckily, because of our donors and our sponsors, they had all the time they needed.  (Watch this space.  More stories coming soon.) If you’re ready to become a sponsor, CLICK HERE to make a recurring donation.  No amount is too small.  Every donation makes a difference.

Boots’ Journey

Boots’ Journey

Boot's Journey with Caring for CatsBack in 2006, a little kitten named Boots made his way to Caring for Cats.  He was three months old and cute as a button and he was placed in a loving home. He lived with his new family for more than a decade and all was well until...

Aja and Peter

Aja and Peter

Aja and Peter: A Caring for Cats Fairy TaleOnce upon a time, Aja (the Queen) arrived at Caring for Cats. She was truly a beauty of a cat...but a bit of a beast around people and other felines.  She had spent her first year of life on the street. When she came to the...

CLICK HERE TO SPONSOR A CAT

SPECIAL EMAIL NEWSLETTER FOR SPONSORS

Our sponsors receive a special newsletter created just for them (that is sent via email every two months.)

In the Sponsorship Newsletter, we share news and stories of the kitties in the shelter that are supported with sponsor donations. 

These are the kitties we can’t feature on our Facebook Page or in or normal email communication because they are not yet ready for adoption. 

Sponsors get the opportunity to meet these kitties and see their journey from beginning to end.  

You can see two examples of Sponsorship Newsletters on this page.  If you want a close-up, just “right-click” on the graphic and download it to your computer.  Then you can open it, zoom in, and check. out these special newsletters. 

SPONSOR A CAT

Tabitha

Tabitha is 2-years-old and is looking for the purrfect home after the dominant male kitty in her previous home was picking on her. She is very shy right now since it was very scary getting picked on and she is adjusting to life in the shelter. She needs a quiet home without children and dogs. She is looking for a loving family who will give her patience and time.  Sponsor Tabitha HERE

Jack Frost

Jack Frost is a 1-year-old stray kitty still adjusting to the shelter so he’s looking for a quiet, patient home to give him love. He’s currently shy but we’re working on showing him how much he is loved. Sponsor Jack Frost  HERE

Georgie

Georgie is a 3-year-old shy stray, but he’s a mellow boy who enjoys affection and snuggling with other kitties. He loves snuggling with his girlfriend, Eliza, so he would make a good companion for another kitty. He would do best in a quiet home with a patient family to love him.  Sponsor Georgie  HERE

CLICK HERE TO SPONSOR A CAT

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