An Urgent Call for Donations

Donation Mom and Kittens

SNAP has been working hard this past month.

We have rescued or helped some 150 cats and dogs in the month of July. And we expect to do the same in August. But we desperately need funding to sustain our Rescue, Adoption, TNR and Wellness efforts.

The pleas for help have continued to roll in, and we do not expect our current numbers to start down until after September. We desperately need funding to sustain our programs – funding is needed to sustain our efforts and keep moving forward with everything we do.


In the first week of our Summer Pledge Drive we have raised $1500 – a large sum for us and a huge help. However, this amount is significantly less than our $5000 goal needed to continue our efforts. Please consider helping us with a contribution by clicking or tapping on the link below. Or, consider helping us by fostering one of the many kittens we currently have awaiting adoption!

How to Donate

Currently we are some $5000 behind in funding efforts for July, with the same needs estimated for August. To pledge to SNAP to help sustain our rescue efforts, please click or tab on the donation button to give securely online through PayPal.  All contributions are tax deductible:

Hudson Update

Hudson had his surgery on Wednesday of this week and is doing well. He seems to forget that he is missing his left front leg when he goes to put some weight on it then finds his nose touches the floor! In spite of this, he is doing well and recuperating from surgery and amputation just fine. He should be ready for adoption in about a month. FYI, his surgery and other medical bills cost SNAP about $2000, so please keep us in mind for donations to help cover his medical costs.


Rescue Stories


King Tai & Seal Pointe

King Thai was rescued from a dumpster behind a Thai restaurant. When rescued, he had just suffered a traumatic injury to his right eye which had to be removed. Doing fine now… Read more…


Helen Keller

Helen Keller is thought to have gone blind after being accidentally poisoned while a young feral kitten. When rescued, Helen turned out be be pregnant with her first litter… Read more…



Hudson was rescued after wandering into someone’s backyard. He had a long-untreated fracture in his front leg which ultimately led to amputation. Doing fine now… Read more…


Too Many Kittens!

Kitten Season is upon us and once again SNAP is slammed with requests for rescues and adoptions. Currently we have over 30 kittens in need of foster care… Read more…


Bottle Babies

So cute and oh, so young! SNAP is currently taking care of over a dozen very young kittens who have lost their mother. Taking care of these little kittens is a major effort… Read more…

Other Ways to Help

In addition to your support for our Rescue, Adoption, TNR and Wellness efforts through a contribution, SNAP has an urgent need for foster families for our cats and dogs, and we can always use volunteer help and support with in-kind donations:

For more information about fostering with SNAP, please click or tap here.

For more information about volunteering with SNAP, please click or tap here.

For more information on helping SNAP with in-kind donations and other ways to support our efforts, please click or tap here.

SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to spay and neutering programs, rescues and adoptions for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news.

First posted August 3, 2014.


  1. One plea for assistance SNAP answered:

    My parents’ started feeding a stray cat around their house a while ago, and now have a cat colony living under their shed in their backyard. The colony ranges from 8 – 13 cats and they live in Lawrenceville. My dad no longer wants to pay to feed this colony, and my mom and sister feed them anyway because they can’t bear to see hungry cats and kittens.

    Is it possible to get at least most of these cats trapped and fixed to do what we can to limit the growing population? I know little about feral cats, but several of the kittens can possibly still be domesticated into sweet kitties as well. Please let me know how I can help with this and what needs to be done.

  2. Another recent plea for assistance SNAP answered:

    I have a Mama feral cat and her 5 babies living in my backyard. I have been feeding them and they have probably been here about a week. I would be willing to pay for the Mama to be spayed and I’m sure the babies could be tamed since they are still young.

    I thought they were totally weaned but I noticed yesterday that they were all still nursing on her. Any help you could provide would be much appreciated.

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