Donation Information

You Can Help!

                              

CATsNAP is a private, all-volunteer, 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.  We are not funded in any way by tax dollars — we rely exclusively on adoption fees and donations — and operate on a budget of less than $50,000 per year.

                                                                               

Help us to continue to help the animals by sponsoring a special needs cat (Click HERE to browse cats in need of sponsorship), or by making a one-time donation for the spay/neuter of a feral cat. Your donation can go a long way.

  • $30 - one month's supply of anti-thyroid medication
  • $30 - one month's supply of prescription food
  • $40 - one month's supply of insulin and syringes for a diabetic cat
  • $40 – Spay/neuter
  • $90 - heart work-up including x-rays and ECG for one cat with a heart murmur
  • $100 - full blood panel, including thyroid check
  • $400 - Surgical repair for broken or severely injured leg

CATsNAP is registered as a tax exempt organization [501(c)(3)] with the Internal Revenue Service and is a registered charity in the state of Illinois with the Illinois Attorney General's Office.  Your donation is tax-deductible.

You may make a secure donation for a sponsorship or a memorial online by clicking on the "Donate" button or by mailing your check payable to "CATsNAP to us at 1713 South State Champaign IL 61820.

If you would like to make recurring monthly donations via PayPal, please select an animal to sponsor.

Donate Online 

Online Sponsorships

Donate by Mail

Make your check payable to "CATsNAP"
1713 S State St
Champaign IL 61820

Since we are an all-volunteer group, we are always in need of donated items, services, and cash donations.

Here are some general supplies we can always use (email us at catsnap@catsnap.org for drop off information)!

  • Pet food, canned or dry, any brand
  • Pet carriers, all sizes
  • Wire crates, all sizes  
  • Humane traps (buy at Menard's, Farm & Fleet, and Home Depot)
  • Towels and blankets
  • Laundry soap and bleach
  • Paper towels
  • Kitten milk replacer to feed orphaned kittens
  • Chicken flavor baby food
  • Heated water bowls (available at Menard's)
  • Sturdy plastic dog houses