We are a 501(c)(3) organization so your contributions are tax deductible and there are many ways you can make a donation. Our cats sincerely thank you for giving them a second chance.

From now through December 3, you may donate through the Colorado Gives Day campaign by clicking the donate now button

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Do you have a rewards or loyalty card from a merchant or airline? You can easily donate your points to us and they will translate into money for our shelter. This is a great way to support us with even a few points!  You didn’t want those magazines anyway.


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Pikes Peak United Way

You may donate through the Pikes Peak United Way.

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By Mail

You may also simply mail a donation to the shelter at:
Look What The Cat Brought In
2129 E Boulder
Colorado Springs, CO 80909

or to our official mailing address at:

Look What The Cat Brought In
PO Box 393
Green Mountain Falls, CO 80819

Current Wish List

Monetary donations are preferred, but Look What the Cat Brought in also appreciates donations of goods. These are our current needs:

  • Towels
  • Paper towels
  • Pens
  • Batteries – triple A, double A, D
  • Laundry detergent – any
  • Liquid hand soap
  • Dishwashing gloves
  • Cat carriers – in good repair
  • Cat beds
  • Small cat trees (for individual cats)
  • A working laptop
  • A sandwich board sign

We could also use the assistance of a volunteer handyman/-woman for a few jobs around the shelter.