What’s new at Catnip Casa?
November 28 is GivingTuesday. Please donate to join the world in celebrating on the international day of giving. Your support provides food, medicine, and veterinary care for senior and special needs cats all year long.
Catnip Casa Cat Refuge provides care for cats that require extensive rehab or lifelong pawspice care due to age, disease, or disabilities that do not allow them to live in a normal home due to medical needs or behavioral challenges. In the case of community cats, they are unable to function in their natural environment.
We also support TNR (trap, neuter, return) with training, education, and equipment. In 2023, we are expanding our support and resources for community cats. Watch for more information!
The cats we serve have the potential to live well with specialized care. We strive to keep their environment safe and normal while addressing challenging needs.
We educate owners, caregivers, professionals, and the public, about caring for cats with challenges caused by age, disease, disabilities, or terminal illness.
We strive to develop a network of persons, services, and resources that allow us to offer the care you expect for the cats you support.
Interested in going back to school or saving money while you finish an online degree? Check our Volunteer page. We can help.
Spread the word when we are doing fundraising by sharing our posts, get a group together to sponsor a kitty, or do a fundraising project. We have fundraising project ideas that are fun, and some don’t even involve money. We simply need your help to do it!
We also invite you to join the Silver Whiskers Heroes.
This group honors our monthly donors and kitty sponsors for their support and commitment. There’s no minimum required to be a Silver Whiskers Hero, only a monthly donation. These donations allow us to plan our budget and to have an emergency fund and enough inventory for times when getting food becomes difficult–weather, shipping strikes, production shortages, and more.
Please do not contact us about taking your cat.
If you need more help, please contact Austin Pets Alive PASS program. They have resources for many kinds of assistance.
If you adopted your animal from a shelter or rescue organization, most organizations take back any pet you adopted from them. In fact, it is a requirement in many adoption contracts. Use the Rehome resource above to learn the best way to find a loving new home.