Cat lovers like you make Operation Catnip possible. Please support our cause with your time, a monetary donation or a contribution of the supplies needed to run our Spay Day clinics.
Make a Donation
It costs Operation Catnip about $50 to give a life-saving and life-changing chance to a community cat. Please give as generously as you can. All donations are tax-deductible, and it’s easy to donate online.
If you prefer, you can mail your donation to Operation Catnip, P.O. Box 141023, Gainesville, FL 32614.
Support Operation Catnip Through AmazonSmile
Help save community cats while you shop! When you designate Operation Catnip of Gainesville as your AmazonSmile charity, Amazon will automatically donate a percentage of every purchase to our program. Just be sure to shop through smile.amazon.com and select Operation Catnip of Gainesville as your charity.
Treating 150 cats or more community cats at each Spay Day Clinic requires a mountain of supplies! Your contribution of basic clinic supplies, gift cards, blankets and sheets fills a very big need. We make it as easy as possible:
- Drop supplies off at our office during business hours.
- Use our Amazon Wish List to order the supplies we need the most.
- Contribute gift cards that we can use as needed to keep the doors open and the clinics flowing.
For a list of supplies and gift cards we can use, please visit our Wish Lists page.
Please support our efforts by joining the Catnip volunteer team. Volunteers are always needed for administrative support and for our monthly clinics. Assignments are available for every skill level. Start by completing one of our Volunteer Application Forms.
Purchase a License Plate
Purchase a Florida Animal Friend License Plate today, and help end pet overpopulation! For information about how to support spay-neuter programs through the purchase of a license plate, visit the Florida Animal Friend website.
Spay or Neuter Your Pets!
The most important thing anyone can do to support Operation Catnip is to spay or neuter their pets. Even one litter adds to the overpopulation problem.