By mail: Cats in the Cradle PO Box 753 Alpharetta, Ga. 30009-0753
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Phone : to adopt call 678-910-6579, everything else 770-664-5821
DO TO THE VOLUME OF CALLS WE CANNOT RETURN EVERY CALL. IF THERE IS NO RETURN MESSAGE YOU CAN ASSUME THAT WE CANNOT HELP YOU. HOWEVER, ALL EMAILS ARE ANSWERED WITHIN 24 HOURS.
Cats in the Cradle, Inc. (CITC) is the culmination of over fifteen years of rescue work aimed specifically at saving the lives of cats and kittens and finding permanent homes for them. To date, CITC has been able to make a difference in the lives of over 10,000 cats and kittens and has been actively involved in efforts aimed at achieving zero population growth by spaying and neutering all cats and kittens before adoption.
What We Do
While our kitties are waiting to go to loving and permanent homes ,we provide daily medical care, nutritious food, comfortable beds, clean litter and a safe and loving environment.
All the cats and kittens in CITC's care receive the following:
tested for Feline Leukemia virus & Feline Imuunodeficiency virus (feline AIDS)
spayed or neutered
Feline Panleukopenia vaccine (Distemper)
lots of love and affection
Did You Know?
There are over 60 million homeless cats and kittens in the United States and these numbers are growing every day. One unaltered female cat is capable of produing at least 2 litters of kittens each year. Left unchecked, her successive offspring will breed exponentially, producing over 1 million kittens in only 10 years. Most cats and kittens euthanized in shelters are victims of overpopulation and should not have to die simply because they were born. Every cat and kitten CITC alters keeps countless offspring from being born. This helps to save the lives of cats that are already here. For information regarding low cost spaying and neutering in the Atlanta area go to www.spaygeorgia.org.
Cats in the Cradle is not accepting any animals at this time. We will however, accept cats that have been previously adopted from us not more than three months from the adoption date. If you need to place a cat, we suggest you contact other shelters in the state. For a list of animal shelters in Georgia, click on the following:
Dogs come when they're called; cats take a message and get back to you.
- Mary Bly