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Cats R Us (CRU) is a participant in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) of the National Capitol Area and of Central Maryland.
The CFC open season provides Federal employees an opportunity to pledge monies in support of CRU's efforts to rescue hundreds of cats and kittens.
Within the CFC booklet, which identifies organizations from which individuals may select to make a donation, please look for CRU. More about the CFC campaign can be found at http://www.opm.gov/cfc including the CFC's mission, regulations and guidelines, and frequently asked questions.
The CFC is one of many ways in which CRU seeks to raise funds and we appreciate your consideration of this option for the upcoming 2012 campaign and subsequent years.
All donations to Cats R Us are tax deductible, we are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are solely a volunteer organization, no one is paid a salary, so you can feel confident your hard earned money will go only towards the care of our rescued cats.
Cats R Us
If you would like to send us a monetary donation to help our rescued cats please send it to:
PO Box 160
Gambrills, MD 21054
Cats R Us
We can always use cat carriers, metal wire type crates, cat trees/furniture, towels, cleaning supplies. Email us at
email@example.com and we'll arrange to receive the donation.
If you have an old car or boat that you would like to give away, please consider a charitable donation to Cats R Us. Just call (410) 703-1419 if you would like to help.
Thank you for your donations!
Cats R Us is a Non Profit 501(c)3 feral cat group that operates two small shelters in the Annapolis, Maryland area. Our main focus is TNR (Trap, Neuter and Return). TNR is a full management plan in which stray and feral cats already living outdoors, in cities, towns and rural areas are humanely trapped, then evaluated, vaccinated, sterilized, and eartipped for identification by veterinarians. We DO NOT take feral cats as we have no facility to house them. We DO NOT take owner give-ups. With pre-approval we may be able to help you rehome your pet through attendance at our Saturday adoption events at a local area pet store or by posting your cat on our Petfinder.com website in the "Guest" cat section.
Cats R Us welcomes visitors to our shelters by appointment so please call the CRU line (410-263-1719) if you wish to visit. These shelters house cats found "abandoned" at our feral sites, rescued from kill shelters, or are strays. We are a NO KILL facility and these cats will stay with us as long as it takes for them to find their forever home.
We have an "open" shelter. This means the cats are not in cages, they are free to roam about and interact with each other, they have cat trees, windows to look out of and all the creature comforts of a home.
Most of our kittens are in foster homes thanks to our wonderful foster volunteers. We are always in need of foster homes so if you feel you have the "right stuff" to foster please get in touch with us to discuss details. We also welcome any new volunteers who would like to come, sit and spend down time with our wonderful cats. It is an enjoyable relaxing time and the kitties always welcome a cuddle and warm lap.
Rather, everything we do is for the best interests of the cats in our care, and is aimed at giving them the best possible chance at finding a permanent home.
The procedure is as follows: potential adopters are asked to complete an adoption application. Once the application is submitted, a Cats R Us representative will go over the application with the potential adopter(s). If there are already other animals at home, veterinary references will be sought and a veterinary check will be needed. This process is simply to protect the health of the adoption candidate and the companion animals already owned. Providing all goes well, an appointment for a home visit will be arranged and the adoption will take place at this time.