Help us care for homeless pets by making a one-time or monthly tax deductible donation. A Tail at a Time is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


Sponsor Homeless Pets

To make a donation, please click on the PayPal “Donate” button. To make a monthly donation, please use the green Just Give “Donate Now” link.

Suggested Sponsorship Levels

CAT-ITUDE – $25.00   Are you the animal lover with lots of cat-itude? The kitties will be purring with appreciation for your donation!

FELINE FINE – $50.00  Does helping the furries make you feel fine? Your donation will help provide food to keep the homeless felines feeling fine too!

MEOW MIXER – $75.00  Your sponsored kitties will be meowing with many thanks for your help in paying for food and vet care bills.

PURRFECT PAL – $100.00  Want to be a purrfect pal? With this sponsorship, you will help us buy medicine, pay for vet care, pay for food and litter, and perhaps buy a toy or two!

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A big THANK YOU for helping the rescued pets in our care!  We will E-mail you shortly with your donation confirmation.


OUR MISSION:  We Save Homeless Animals

and bring Joy to People

Adopt a Cat in Brooklyn A Tail at a Time

A Tail at a Time is committed to finding permanent, loving, safe homes for domesticated animals that have either been abandoned on the streets of New York, or who end up in the New York City animal shelters (ACC).


We are a no-kill rescue organization that believes that a domesticated animal living outside is not safe and deserves the warmth and comfort of its own home. Animals that reside in the city animal shelters deserve the right to live out their natural life expectancy.

Adopt a Cat in Brooklyn A Tail at a Time

We initially place the animals in adoption centers while we find loving adoptive homes for them. We also engage in activities that strive to educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering their pets and in the humane treatment of animals.

While we do not believe in anthropomorphizing animals, we have observed that animals are capable of experiencing grief, loss and depression when abandoned.

Member of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals.