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Other Ways To Give 2017-04-05T18:31:33+00:00

You don’t have to donate cash to aid our cats – though that is always appreciated!
Here are some other suggestions that will benefit the cats and the foster homes who do care for them.

Cat-related craft items made by SPCR volunteers and foster families are available at our Etsy shop.

SHOP ETSY

Choose SPCR as your charity with Amazon Smile and 0.05% of your purchase will be donated every time you shop through Amazon Smile.

AMAZON SMILE

Place your first order with Chewy and they’ll donate $20 to SPCR!

SHOP CHEWY

We are linked with iGive which donates a percentage of online sales from major businesses to registered causes. You can do this by going to iGive.com and we could receive as much as 26% of your purchase!

iGive

Every time you search the Internet through GoodSearch, you’ll be earning money for us. Type Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue into the “I support” box and click on “Verify.”

GOODSEARCH

Through eBay for Charity you can support SPCR by buying and selling on eBay.

EBAY CHARITY

You can help SPCR while walking your dog by downloading the Walk for a Dog App and naming us as your charity.  Then use the app whenever you walk (with or without a dog) and SPCR will receive a donation based on how much and often you walk.

App Store
Google Play

If you walk, you can help SPCR while walking by downloading the ResQWalk App and naming us as your charity.  Then use the app whenever you walk and SPCR will receive a donation based on how much and often you walk.

App Store
Google Play

Purchase the 2017 SPCR Calendar! Each year one of our fans puts together a calendar featuring SPCR cats past and present.  The calendar is available for purchase and SPCR receives the profits and a $1 donation from PrestoPhoto for every calendar sold.

Buy

We also welcome donations of cat furniture, food, toys, and other items directly to our foster homes.

CONTACT SPCR

Show Your Generosity At These Events

Lucky Cat Virtual Run

April 1 @ 8:00 am - May 14 @ 11:59 pm

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