How You Can Help boy & kitten

You don’t have to open your house as a foster home to aid these critters – though that is always appreciated! Here are some suggestions that will benefit the cats and the foster homes who do care for them.

  1. Cat-related craft items made by SPCR volunteers and foster families is available at our Etsy shop.  Buy a wonderful handmade item and support SPCR at the same time.
  2. You can name SPCR as your charity with Amazon Smile and 0.05% of your purchase will be donated every time you shop through Smile.Amazon.Com.
  3. Order your Pet Food at and SPCR will get a $20 donation!
  4. 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 and we could receive as much as 26% of your purchase!
  5. Consider becoming one of our Foster Angels! You can send donations of supplies directly to foster homes caring for our cats. Most of our folks not only donate their time and homes but also buy food and litter for their fosters. You can help by making their jobs a little easier! For more information please email
  6. A direct donation to SPCR through Google Checkout. Click the “Donate” button below and you will be able to send donations directly to our rescue. Since we are an official 501c3 non-profit, all donations are tax-deductible! Donate!
  7. You are also welcome to send a donation in the mail. SPCR, P.O. Box 132, Somers, Wi. 53171. Please indicate if you would like a receipt for your taxes.
  8. Go to
    1. Type Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue into the “I support” box and click on “Verify”
    2. Search the Internet just like you would with any search engine (GoodSearch shares its advertising revenue with charities and schools. Every time you search the Internet at GoodSearch, you’ll be earning money for us.)
  9. Adopt a cat (or two!) or refer others to this site who may be looking for something special.
  10. Please educate your friends and families to NEVER buy cats (or dogs!) from pet stores or backyard breeders. A huge percentage of the cats that arrive at this rescue come from bad breeders, profiting from the misery of animals. Breeders who care about their cats do not sell to pet stores (same for dogs of course). Please see our “Kitten Mills” page.
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