Mission Statement

Candy's Cats' mission is to save cats. We take in these beautiful cats & provide loving foster care. They are tested for feline aids & leukemia, vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped & medical conditions are treated. Once healthy, we find them homes. 

COVID-19 - We Could Use Your Help!

Like many others, Candy's Cats has lost a significant amount of income due to cancellations of adoption events, online fundraisers as well as our once a year WDK, and educational programs. 

Did you know that there are lots of ways to support us from the comfort and safety of your home? Here are a few:
 
  1. When using Amazon for purchases go to smile.amazon.com and choose Candy's Cats, Inc. as your non-profit.
  2. Make a direct donation at the Paypal link above.
  3. Make your check payable to Candy's Cats, Inc., 307 W. Main Street, Apopka, Florida 32712. Remember, no amount is too small.
  4. Create a Facebook Fundraiser on  your page, using Candy's Cats as your nonprofit - just click the link and follow the prompts. Facebook takes the guesswork out of it for you.

In normal circumstances we count on donations and our cat specific fundraisers for medical and operational expenses, but with limited ability to showcase our cats and kittens, your continued support has a direct affect on our mission of rescue, adoption and education. Please help us continue this important work.  

Candy's Cats is committed to our visitors, staff, volunteers, clients, cats as well as the general public. At this time we are not taking in any cats or kittens to ensure that we properly take care of the cats and kittens already in our care.

Adopters are welcome by appointment and will receive individual assistance in finding the perfect match. To view our available cats, please visit us here, on our website and on our Facebook page.

We will continue to give you updates on our operations and adoptable cats online and through our social media channels, as well as our occasional Newsflash. We will continue to monitor the situation and reevaluate our policies and procedures as necessary. 

Our hearts go out to everyone in the community during these challenging times. You have thoughts from the entire Candy's Cats team with you.

Where Does Your Money Go?

To get an idea of where your money goes, by donating to Candy’s Cats, you help us educate the public on the importance of spay/neuter, as well as the humane treatment of cats, ensure the health of rescued cats through adequate medical care, seek suitable homes for cats without owners and return lost cats to their guardians. 
For every $35 you donate, we can neuter one male cat. 
For every $50, we can spay one female cat.
For every $100, we can vaccinate 10 kittens.
To make your tax deductible donation:

Donate Online Instantly here


Donate by Mail:

Candy's Cats, Inc.
307 W. Main Street
Apopka, FL  32712

Donate directly to our Veterinarian Accounts:

Park Avenue Animal Hospital - 407-880-9446* (primary vet)
All Creatures Animal Hospital 407-277-6027* (primary vet)
Crystal Creek Animal Hospital 407-203-0741* (specialty vet, case-by-case)
Grand Oaks Vet Hospital 407-291-4887* (primary vet)
Wintermere Pointe Animal Hospital 407-554-3422* (primary vet)

As you know, by rescuing these kittens and spaying the mommies we are saving a multitude of felines from a life of misery but… our costs, for things like special kitten & mommy food, flea supplies and various medications, surgeries and medical issues, have greatly depleted our operating funds and adoption fees do not cover all these expenses.

Your financial support would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you so much!

Other Ways You Can Help

Adoption makes life sweeter. If you can, adopt one of our beautiful felines, please complete an online application.  Adoption Application

If you can't adopt, Foster - www.candyscats.org/forms Foster Application



Highlighted Cats
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  Sugarspun (LTF) 3.30.10
  Sugarspun is a lovely 10 yrs young lady...read more about Sugarspun (LTF) 3.30.10
  Connie (LTF) 10.13.09
Through no fault of my own, I lived with my foster famil...read more about Connie (LTF) 10.13.09
  Alakazam (KJ) 10.20.12
Alakazam is a funny boy with lots of charm and personality.&...read more about Alakazam (KJ) 10.20.12
  Daisy Mae (JC) 9.22.15
    Daisy Mae is a 4.5 year old girl and d...read more about Daisy Mae (JC) 9.22.15
  Ocala (MRM) 7.16.16
  Consider making Ocala your quarantine compa...read more about Ocala (MRM) 7.16.16
  Dharma (GP) 4.1.16
I was rescued and taken to the vet before Hurricane Irma. Wh...read more about Dharma (GP) 4.1.16
  Squish & Ernie BONDED PAIR (SLK) 5.17.18
Meet beautiful Squish!! She is a sweet, active, playful...read more about Squish & Ernie BONDED PAIR (SLK) 5.17.18
  Ernie & Squish BONDED PAIR (ED) 4.10.18
Ernie is shy and timid.  He spent the first few days pr...read more about Ernie & Squish BONDED PAIR (ED) 4.10.18
  Cutie (LTF) 11.1.18
I am a super loving, affectionate kitty trapped in a ver...read more about Cutie (LTF) 11.1.18
  Lady B (MC) 4.14.16
Lady Bea came to CCI as a cat found on the streets. She was ...read more about Lady B (MC) 4.14.16
Highlighted Events
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PetSmart Winter Garden -- Sunday July 12th, 2020




 

Q.  How can one person save 100 homeless cats?

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A. It's easy. Just spay just one.


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