Cat Care Society

Cat Care Society

Because we care about ALL cats

Cat Care Society has been improving the quality of life for homeless, abused, and injured cats for over 30 years. Join us in our mission to continue enriching the lives of people and cats in Jefferson County and beyond. Consider adopting a cat into your family, volunteering, or making a donation today.

(303) 239-9680

 info@catcaresociety.org

Low Cost Clinics

It can be expensive providing medical care to your pet. The following veterinary clinics have been known to have lower than average prices. Click on the link to be redirected to their website or call for more information on services offered and standard rates.

Downtown Animal Care Center

(303) 595 – 3561
1041 Galapago St. Denver, CO 80204

Max Fund Wellness Center

(303) 595 – 0532
1000 Inca St. Denver, CO 80204

Homeward Bound

(303) 981 – 4663
7571 Indiana St. Arvada, CO 80007

Dumb Friends League Solutions Clinic

(303) 722 – 5800
191 Yuma St, Denver, CO 80223

(Free spay/neuter clinic for cats)

Planned Pethood

(303) 433 – 3291
4595 N. Harlan St. Wheat Ridge
After hours 7pm-12am

Spay Today Healthy Pet Center

(303) 984-7729
1401 Ammons St, Lakewood, CO 80214

Lakeside Animal Hospital

(303) 955 – 4576
4243 Harlan St. Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Peace Love & Paws

303.990.1893
1280 Vine St. (Denver)
Free Veterinary Clinic for the homeless.

THRIVE Affordable Vet Care

Inside various Petco stores
Walk ins welcome

Emergency Rooms

Sometimes pets get sick when you least expect it, these clinics offer 24/7 medical care.

A.C.C.E.S.S.

Lower Cost Pet ER Service
(303) 239 – 1200
2201 Wadsworth Blvd. Lakewood. CO 80214

Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital

(303) 424 – 3325
10140 W 44th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

VRCC

(303) 874 – 7387
3550 S. Jason St. Englewood, CO 80110

Animal Urgent Care (Lower cost ER)

(303) 420 – 7387
12520 W. 64th Avenue, Arvada 80004

Alameda East

(303) 366 – 2639
9770 E. Alameda Ave. Denver, CO 80247

Denver Pet – Urgent Care (Affordable)

(303) 433-3291
4595 N Harlan St, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
M-F 7 PM-Midnight, walk-in only

Resources for Stray Cats

The following organizations provides services and resources for feral or unowned community cats. If the cat is friendly enough to be picked up please visit the sections on shelters below.

Metro Denver Cat

(844) 336-2287

Alley Cat Allies

Resources for managing and caring for feral and unowned community cats

The Feline Fix

(303) 202-3516

The Humane Society of the United States

Resources for caring for community cats.

Pet Loss Grief Support

Organizations that can help when it is time to say goodbye to your beloved pet.

Financial Resources

It can be expensive taking care of a pet, and life doesn’t always go as planned. The following organizations can help provide financial relief to help keep your pet and you together throughout any hardship.

Red Rover

Provides grants for medical care, domestic violence, and disaster relief.

Colorado Pet Pantry

Monthly pet food banks located throughout Colorado.

(303) 818-0618

The Pet Fund

Provides medical grants for non urgent medical care for chronic conditions.

Cat Care Society’s Nibble and Kibbles

Cat food, litter, and other supplies for people in need every 1st and 3rd Saturday.

Diabetic Cats in Need

Provides insulin and testing supplies for diabetic cats.

Care Credit

Line of credit with special financing for unexpected medical costs, often 0% interest for several months.

Behavior Resources

It’s not always easy to know what a cat is thinking, or why they do the things they do. The following articles and behaviorists specialize in understanding felines and redirecting or better understanding unwanted behaviors.

Good Kitty Behavior

Sometimes the problem is just too big to be solved by a website-or you prefer speaking to a real person. We don’t have any behaviorists on staff, but encourage you to reach out to Billie Reynolds of Good Kitty Behavior for a consultation.

(970) 231-7216

Cat Friendly Homes

The American Association of Feline Practitioners has put together a full guide of answers to the very frequent question; “why does my cat do that?”

The Indoor Pet Initiative

Ohio State University has compiled an excellent catalog of articles to help you better understand your cat and keep it mentally and physically happy and healthy.

Cornell Feline Health Center

An extensive list of articles covering almost every health and behavioral concern that can inflict your furry friend.

ASPCA

Articles about common behavior issues such as scratching, aggression, and inappropriate urination.

International Cat Care

 Articles covering a wide array of feline health and behavioral concerns.

Finding Pet Friendly Housing

One of the number one reasons that pets are surrendered to shelters is due to housing, but that doesn’t have to be the case! Pet friendly housing is becoming more and more common. The links below will direct you to websites where you can easily search for housing that allows pets.

Apartments.com

Use this link, select your city, and choose from hundreds of pet friendly housing options.

Apartment List

More than 500 pet friendly apartments in the Denver region.

Zillow

Over 700 apartments and homes that offer pet friendly housing.

Avalon Communities

Because pets are part of the family, Avalon Communities offers pet-friendly housing in Colorado.

Pet Sitters, Boarding, and Grooming

Cat Care Society

We offer a Temporary Care program for those experiencing temporary homelessness, domestic violence, or an extended hospital stay. We also offer complimentary nail trims for life for former CCS cats.

The Cat Spa Boarding and Grooming

(303) 422 – 7300
12410 W 44th Ave

Cold Noses Warm Hearts Pet Care

Kari Ruder, Certified Veterinary Technician, provides personalized in home pet sitting and medical care for pets of all types, including those with chronic medical conditions such as diabetes or kidney disease.

(970) 389-6650

Denver Animal Shelter Safe Haven

Temporary care for those affected by fire, domestic, violence, hospitalization, etc.

All Cat Clinic (Boarding)

(303) 781-8540
3998 S Broadway (Englewood)

Paradise 4 Paws Boarding

(720) 506-9800

24735 E 75th Ave. (DIA)

 Open Admission Animal Shelters and Animal Control

We are very fortunate in Colorado to have excellent animal shelters and a population that cares about pets, in fact the shelter pet is the state pet of Colorado! If you are looking to re-home a relatively young, healthy animal, find your lost pet, or report a found pet these open admission shelters are an excellent resource. Most will take any animal that comes their way and find a loving home for the vast majority of them. City and county animal control is also generally responsible for animals at large, dangerous animals, or concerns about animal abuse or neglect and work closely with the shelters listed below depending on jurisdiction.

Denver Dumb Friends League

(303) 751-5772

2080 S. Quebec St. (Denver)

Denver Animal Shelter

(303) 720-913-1311
1241 W Bayaud Ave. (Denver)

Foothills Animals Shelter (Jefferson County)

(303) 278-7575

580 McIntyre St. (Golden)

Boulder Valley Humane Society

(303) 442-4030
2323 55th St. (Boulder)

Humane Society of the South Platte Valley (Englewood and Littleton)

(303) 703-2938
2129 W Chenango Ave (Littleton)

Longmont Humane Society

(303) 772-1232

9595 Nelson Rd. (Longmont)

Adams County Animal Shelter

(720) 523-7387

10705 Fulton St. (Brighton)

Colorado Humane Society and SPCA

Investigates animal cruelty, abuse, and neglect in counties across Colorado.

Denver Animal Control

(720) 912-1311

Aurora Animal Shelter

(303) 739-7000

15151 E. Alameda Pkwy (Aurora)

Bureau of Animal Protection

Investigates animal cruelty and neglect in Colorado.

Aurora Animal Control

(303) 326-8288

Arvada Animal Control

(720) 898-6900

Intermountain Humane Society

(303) 838-2668
67318 Hwy 285 (Pine)

 Limited Admission Animal Shelters and Rescues

The following shelters and rescues are in general, smaller, and thus more limited in space and resources. Like Cat Care Society they can only take in animals when they have the space available. These shelters and rescues may be a better option if you are no longer able to keep a cat that is older or has chronic health conditions such as diabetes or kidney disease.

Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue

(303) 744-6076

2390 Delaware St. (Denver)

Barnwater Cat Rescue

(303) 759-2855
3131 E. Evans Ave (Denver)

Almost Home Adoptions

(303) 432-2299
6010 W 88th Ave (Westminster)

Angels with Paws

(303) 274-2264

2540 Youngfield St. (Denver)

Happy Cats Haven

(719) 635-5000

1412 S. 21st St (Colorado Springs)

Max Fund

(720) 266-6081
1005 Galapago St. (Denver)

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Cat Care Society form 990 – 2019

Cat Care Society form 990 – 2018

Cat Care Society form 990 – 2017

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