Penny loves a waterless, leave-in shampoo/massage called "Vet's Best WaterlessCat Foam Bath", available at

The special needs of geriatric and/or disabled cats are not terribly disimilar from those faced by human beings: regular, often extensive dental attention, more frequent bloodwork, sonograms or X-rays to check for potential problems.

As a 501(c)3 non-profit program, CATS CROSSING receives no public or government funding, and is dependent on the generosity of supporters like you.

Please consider helping in one of the following ways:

Donate Money

Donate using the Paypal Link on the right, or mail a check made out to:

CATS CROSSING, P.O. BOX 2030, Purcellville, VA 20134

Donate Supplies

In addition to food, litter and vet bills, our feline family needs an inordinate amount of underpads for the incontinent, paper towels, vacuum cleaner bags and household items. Please see details: Amazon Wish List

Sponsor a Cat

Show you care by providing special help for a particular cat-in-need. Older cats often need dental work, which requires bloodwork, anesthesia and extractions. The cost of this procedure runs in the neighborhood of $500.-$650.00 per cat.

Please use the "Contact Us" link for details.

How you can help

Braden showing his thanks to April W. for her gift of a new cat scratching arc