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Donating to Cat Organizations

There are many organizations that help cats. These are just a few. (All of these organizations gratefully accept donations.)

Helping Paws
Helping Paws is a nonprofit, charitable organization dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned, abused, and neglected animals, getting them necessary medical care, and placing them into good adoptive homes.

Helping Paws, Inc.
P.O. Box 476
Colchester, CT 06415-0476
Phone: 860-267-0496
Website: http://www.listnow.com/helpingpaws/

Almost Home Adoptions
Almost Home Adoptions is dedicated to finding loving, responsible homes for rescued cats.

Almost Home Adoptions
7713 W. 92nd Avenue
Westminster, Colorado 80021
Phone: 303-432-2299
Email: almosthomeadoptions@yahoo.com

The Paw Project
The Paw Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending declawing.

The Paw Project
PO Box 445
Santa Monica, CA 90406-0445
Phone: 1-877-PAWPROJECT (1-877-729-7765)
Website: http://www.pawproject.com

Good Samaritan Pet Center
Good Samaritan Pet Center is a nonprofit animal rescue organization that provides a “shelter alternative” for homeless animals throughout the Denver metro area. Good Samaritan has a network of foster parents who care for these animals until a permanent home can be found.

Good Samaritan Pet Center
PO Box 202005
Denver, CO 80220
Phone: 303-333-2291
Fax: 303-377-1625
Website: http://www.GoodSamaritanPetCenter.org

SPAY/USA
www.spayusa.org
1-800 248-SPAY (7729)

The mission of SPAY/USA is to end pet overpopulation. SPAY/USA is a network of volunteers and veterinarians working together to popularize and facilitate spay/neuter services through a nationwide toll-free referral service. SPAY/USA empowers local groups to start their own spay/neuter clinics.

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