Donate to our cause
Hundreds of homeless and abandoned cats each year find a new home through our nonprofit rescue organization - can you help us?
For every cat we take into our care, we anticipate spending at least $100 to have it vaccinated and spayed or neutered, but most of the cats (and especially kittens) that we help end up costing us much, much more. For example, Rudolph was seen being tossed out of a moving car on a highway, and one of our volunteers rushed him to the emergency animal clinic. He had a broken jaw and numerous injuries; our vet bills reached the thousands, but we weren't going to turn our back on the barely 12-week-old kitten. We spent more than $1,000 on his care.
Many kittens are found with URIs that require antibiotics. We feed hundreds of street/colony cats every day. Factor in the cost of food and litter for our fosters, and well, we spend a lot of money to give these lovable felines a chance at a better life.
One-hundred percent of every donation goes toward the care of cats accepted into our program. We accept checks, PayPal donations, and cash, as well as cat food, litter, and cat toys.
Checks made out to Feline Lifeline can be mailed to 2818 Brushy Creek Rd, Easley, SC 29642. Donations of cat food or other supplies may be left for Feline Lifeline at Petco on Woodruff Road in Greenville, S.C. or Harrison Bridge Road in Simpsonville, S.C. Monetary donations can also be made below with or without a PayPal account.
All donations to Feline Lifeline are tax-deductible, and 100 percent of the proceeds go toward vet bills, cat food, and expenses related to the cats in our care. Our EIN number is 260529752.