Cats in the Cradle
PO Box 753
Alpharetta, GA 30009

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Welcome to the Cats in the Cradle website! 


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        newpansy    newperry    doodle



Cats in the Cradle, Inc. is a cage-free, no-kill, all-volunteer, 501(3)© non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, care and placement of stray and special needs cats and kittens.  CITC believes that all cats and kittens deserve the chance to live a life that is free of hunger, fear, pain and disease.  

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OnlineAdoption Application (click here)

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  Barn Cats
We currently have a number of male and female cats adult kitties who are not adapting well to being with people in a home setting. However, they would be great as Barn Cats where they can still interact with people but aren't confined to a house. All barn cats are fully vetted.





Do you have a barn?

Are you looking for a natural way to reduce rodent population? CITC has many barn cats in need of good homes. All are spayed/neutered, tested and vaccinated.  There is no adoption fee.  We will transport and orient the cats to your barn. 

Check out this article for more information on why your barn needs a cat, then contact us for more information at


Nona's Club

 Please read "Nona's Story"

 CITC is continuing with an emphasis on finding homes for those kitties who have been with us for more than a year or who need a little extra help to gain recognition because they are shy, timid or somehow lack the self confidence to successfully relate to potential adopters and show their true "purr-sonalities."  These kitties are wonderful and loving animals but they need a little extra help to orient to a new environment and will need the kind patience of  a loving owner.   The adoption fee is reduced. 

The following kitties are members of Nona's Club.  You can read their stories under Available Animals.


    Button Nose  Woody

      Button Nose                                          Woody                                       



 Butterfly    Bear

         Butterfly                                                   Bear    

Dillon         Faye           

             Dillon                                                      Faye

 If a man could be crossed with a cat it would improve man, but it would deteriorate the cat."

    Mark Twain