Cats in the Cradle
PO Box 748
Alpharetta, GA 30009

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                  Can't Adopt?  You Can Give!   


donationCats in the Cradle is continually in need of supplies and monetary donations to help cover the costs of medical care and food. CITC receives no government funds and relies on donations of supplies, money and volunteer help. Although an adoption fee is collected, thousands of additional dollars are spent every year to support the animals. The following is a list of critically needed items.

On behalf of all of our homeless kitties, we thank you for your support



♥ Boarding Supplies

. Wet food

. Litter

. Pet beds, cat scratchers, condos or towers

. Toys



♥ Cleaning Supplies

. Bleach

. Laundry detergent

. Spray cleaner (Lysol,etc)

. Paper towels

. Plastic garbage bags ( 13 gallon)


♥ Monetary Donations

Any donation is appreciated. One hundred per cent of your donations are directed to the care of our rescues.  The following itemization is an example of how donations may be used and their general cost:


. Gifts of $5.00 can provide necesary deworming medication for one kitten

. Gifts of $10.00 can buy ear mite medication for one cat

. Gifts of $50.00 can pay to spay/neuter one cat or kitten

. Gifts of $100.00 can buy litter for one shelter room for one month

. Gifts of $200.00 can pay for vaccines and testing for a mother cat and a litter of three kittens



There are three ways to make monetary donations:



 cat mail                          donation                   



1- by mail to:    2 - in person:

Cats in the Cradle

PO Box 748

Alpharetta, Ga 30009-0748

 Come into the Alpharetta PetSmart during our adoption events and make a donation in person!


3.  Online Using PayPal



Supplies and bulk product donations

can be delivered to the Alpharetta PetSmart on Northpoint Parkway. They may be placed by the adoption center. Please label as a donation. You may also email and request that supplies be picked up.




"One must love a cat on its own terms."- Paul Gray