We help cats in the Vancouver-Portland Metropolitan and surrounding area receive the medical care and forever home they deserve. We are a volunteer run organization and our Mission is to rescue abused, abandoned or otherwise homeless cats and house them in a safe, healthy and socialized environment until we find new “forever homes” for them. Furry Friends is funded by both individual and corporate donations; and as a 501(c)(3), non-profit, donations are tax deductible.
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Mail a donation
Prefer to mail a donation?
Please send to the Furry Friends mailing address: Furry Friends 6715 NE 63rd Street Suite 450 Vancouver, WA 98661
Connie's Care Fund
Connie’s Care Fund was established in 2013 in remembrance of a dedicated Furry Friends volunteer, passionate big and small cat lover and dear friend, Connie Miller.
Donations to this fund are specifically designated for extraordinary medical expenses for the cats in our care.
If you would like your contribution to go to the Connie's Care Fund please specify when you donate.
When purchasing something online for the cats and kittens, you can always have it shipped direct to our mailing address: 6715 NE 63rd Street, Suite 450, Vancouver, WA 98661. Chewy.com and Amazon Smile smile.amazon.com/ are good online sources for some of these items.
Furry Friends has an account with Divine Consign, 904 Main Street, Downtown Vancouver, WA 98660. When you take an item in to consign you tell them to give the proceeds to Furry Friends instead of back to you. Items need to be in good condition and if you have a large item, it is best to call them first at (360) 695-6443. It is a great program, they take all kinds of items not just couches and chairs.
Nifty and Thrifty
Furry Friends has an account with Nifty and Thrifty, 6607 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98660 (close to Andresen). When you donate an item, the store will give us 50% of the selling price. This store is run entirely by volunteers and is not for profit; any funds they keep are for their overhead. They accept donations anytime during business hours. Items must be clean, odor free, in great working condition, and clearly labeled for the charity it is being donated for. That would be us, Furry Friends. If possible, bringing items in a stackable box makes their lives a whole lot easier! If you have a large item, it is best to call them first at (360) 953-8706. Business hours: Monday to Friday 1:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Saturday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Please visit their website to find out more about what types of items they take: vancouverthrift.com.
We can use the following items:
- Adult Cat Food: Purina Pro Plan -or- Purina One (canned and dry)
- Kitten Food: Purina -or- Hills Science Diet (canned and dry)
- KMR Powder Formula
- Integrity Clumping Cat Litter
- Any Natural, Non-Clay Litter
(for our foster kittens)
- General Purpose Cleaners like; 409,
Simple Green, etc.
- 13 Gallon Tall Kitchen Garbage Bags
- Paper Towels
- Kitten Bottles
- Cat Brushes
- Cat Wand Toys
- Covered Cat Beds
- Small Litter Pans
- Eye & Ear Wipes
- Flea Combs
- Cotton Balls
- Clorox Wipes
- Dawn Dish Soap
- Gift Cards to: Mudbay, Woodin’ You, Orchards Feed, Yard ‘N Garden Land or Petsmart
If you would like to contribute some of these items, you are welcome to drop them off at Woodin’ You Pampered Paws at 13305 NE Hwy 99 #102, Vancouver, WA 98686 in the Salmon Creek area or Front Door Realty, 1815 D St, Vancouver, WA 98663, (360) 450-4486 in downtown Vancouver.
Your donations provide:
- Funds for medical which includes spay/neuter, testing, AVID chipping, worming, ear mite treatment, surgeries, grooming, and other daily maintenance needed to keep the animals safe and healthy.
- Supplies for our foster homes.
- Housing, food and litter for the cats.
FYI we are a catnip and cat treat free house, so as fun as they are to buy, please do not donate toys with catnip or cat treats.
Cash donations can safely be made through our website with PayPal.
Mailing Address: 6715 NE 63rd Street, Suite 450, Vancouver, WA 98661. Physical address is not published, call for an appointment: (360) 993-1097
When purchasing something online for the cats, you can always have it shipped direct to our mailing address: 6715 NE 63rd Street, Suite 450, Vancouver, WA 98661.
We are also looking for auction items for our annual auction in September. View our Auction Wish List for items we are looking for.
Auction item donation suggestions: Trips, adventures, art items, yard art, fishing, hunting and camping gear, BBQs and related items, car items, spa services, alcohol,tools, pet related items, bicycles, electronic items. Items preferably worth $40 or more.
Any of these items can be dropped off throughout the year at Woodin’ You Pampered Paws: 13305 NE Hwy 99 #102, Vancouver, WA 98686 or Front Door Realty 1815 D St, Vancouver, WA 98663
Donate a vehicle
Donate your unwanted car, truck, RV, boat or trailer!
Furry Friends can accept cars, trucks, boats, RVs and trailers. Your donation will be picked up if necessary, prepared for auction, and then sold, with proceeds going directly to Furry Friends. In addition, Motor Vehicles will be notified of the sale and given the new owner's contact information. Along with a great tax deduction and hassle-free removal of your vehicle, you have the added assurance of knowing that proceeds from your donation go directly to the care of our cats and kittens.
We Love Our Pets – License Plates
DRIVE WITH A PURPOSE! Introducing The Federation’s newly redesigned SPAY ~ NEUTER ~ ADOPT specialty license plate. With each purchase or renewal, $28 of the fee collected by the Department of Licensing goes directly to The Federation to be granted quarterly to Washington animal agencies for the purpose of increasing spay/neuter services for cats, dogs, and rabbits.
Since the introduction of our first specialty plate in 2007, The Federation has awarded more than $612,000 in spay/neuter grant funds to qualifying animal welfare organizations, resulting in more than 17,000 spay/neuter surgeries for pets of low-income households and feral or free-roaming cats.
Each year nearly 150,000 cats and dogs find themselves in shelters across Washington. Spaying and neutering is the most humane and effective method for reducing the number of homeless pets, and provides significant health and behavioral benefits. For more information, and to order yours, see http://www.wafederation.org/license-plates/.