Cat Depot
2542 17th Street
Sarasota FL 34234
Cat Depot's mission is to save lives, find loving homes, and provide the resources and education needed to improve the destiny of homeless cats. Cat Depot, a free-roaming rescue, adoption, and education center, is recognized for its progressive design and commitment to helping homeless, abandoned, and injured cats and kittens.
CEO/Executive Director Shelley Thayer
Board Chair Ken Slavin
Board Chair Affiliation retired
General Info
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 2003
Awarded competitive grant from Community Foundation in the last 5 years? Yes
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes Dec 2018
State Registration Yes 0
Financial Summary
Note: Revenue includes the value of in-kind contributions/donations
IRS Letter of Determination
IRS Letter of DeterminationView
Impact Statement
Accomplishments in 2017
  • Rescued 1,464 homeless cats and kittens and placed 1,405 into loving homes. 
  • Worked with local animal welfare groups and Sarasota county animal services to increase adoptions and decrease euthanasia. 
  • Community food bank distributed over 20,900 lbs. of dry food and 8,100 cans of wet food to those supporting feral cats and those who are in need of cat food for their personal pets in Sarasota and Manatee counties. We helped feed 230 personal pets and over 520 community cats per month. 
  • Grants awarded to provide medical care and spay/neuter for 1,331 community cats and personal pets. 
  • Operated a cat care clinic providing low-cost veterinary services to people who are unable to afford traditional veterinary care for their pets. 
  • Continued Cat Depot Emergency Response Team (CDERT) efforts with partner American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), along with Humane Society of the United States, International Fund for Animal Welfare, and Best Friends Animal Society. In 2017, CDERT deployed to New York at the request of the ASPCA and assisted in Hurricane Irma & Maria relief efforts prior to, during, and after the storms.
  • Rescued cats from local hoarding and animal abuse cases. We provided medical care, food, and love to help the cats heal so they could find loving homes. 
  • 550 volunteers contributed over 24,900 hours of their time at cat depot, and 116 fosters contributed over 21,700 hours caring for cats in need. 
  • Hosted several educational events including a pet CPR/first aid class, five Florida State Animal Response Coalition training classes, cat behavior classes by local veterinarians, and continuing education seminars to industry professionals.
Needs Statement

Wish List

  1. CBC (Complete Blood Count) Machine - $12,000
  2. Monitor for Surgery Patients - Advisor V9201 - $6,615
  3. Veterinary Tonometer Tono-Pen - $3,295
  4. Anesthesia Machine - $3,150
  5. Kitten Nursery, Lyon ProCare Intensive Care Unit (2) - $1,200

Background Statement

Cat Depot’s mission is to save lives, find loving homes, and provide the resources and education to improve the destiny of homeless cats. Founded in 2003 by a group of concerned citizens, Cat Depot is a free-roaming facility, recognized for its progressive design, quality standards, and commitment to helping homeless, abandoned and injured animals.

From grass roots efforts in a 2,400 square foot facility, to today, Cat Depot has expanded to 13,000 square feet which includes a surgery center, radiology lab, education and activity center, and the new Rose Durham Cat Care Clinic providing low cost care. Cat Depot is nationally recognized as a model facility promoting best practices for other shelters to follow.

Open 7 days a week with extended hours, Cat Depot is dedicated to serving the public and animals in need.

Areas Served
Areas Served
FL- Sarasota
FL- Manatee
Areas Served Comments

Serving Sarasota and Manatee Counties, with assistance in Charlotte County and greater Florida. 

National assistance for Emergency Response.

Service Categories
Primary Org Type Animal Related
Secondary Org Type Education
Tertiary Org Type Animal Related
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President

One of our greatest challenges is to find additional means of support for the never ending and seemingly growing need for help. Goals are in place that will increase our ability to save lives, assist other organizations in their efforts, and remain a valuable asset to the community. Funds, however, do not always flow as quickly as ideas.

Dedicated volunteers and staff are critical to every aspect of our operation. It is because of their efforts that we are able to continue our growth and community outreach to save more lives.

Statement from the CEO/Executive Director

Cat Depot, a progressive no-kill facility, is dedicated to changing the destiny of homeless cats. Committed to both the physical and mental well-being of every animal, young bottle fed kittens, senior felines, and injured or chronically ill cats all receive consistent quality medical care and old fashioned love.

Through innovative and creative programs, dedicated staff and volunteers work to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome abandoned and injured cats and kittens. And, our community benefits from the many programs and free services designed to encourage responsible care and improve both the lives of owners and the animals they love.

Our goal is to find a good match and loving home for every cat who enters Cat Depot. To improve a cat’s adoption chances, Cat Depot provides:
  • Medical Care & Pet Owner Counseling
  • Enrichment: Music, Videos & Interactive Toys 
  • Behavior Modification Techniques: Clicker Training, T-Touch, Pick up Program, Agility Courses & Leash Walking
In addition, Cat Depot offers the following programs to bring attention to special needs and senior cats as well as pets from military families. 
  • Friends Like Me: Provides emergency funding for medical care upon intake of a special needs cat or kitten and funding for continued care.  
  • Save Our Seniors: Provides a safe haven for cats over the age of 10 as many shelters have deemed cats over ten years old as unadoptable.
  • Red, White & Mew: Provides active-duty military personnel a safe place to bring their cats should they be deployed overseas for extended periods of time. 
Budget $225,000
Category Animal-Related, General/Other Animal Protection & Welfare
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served General/Unspecified Families Aging, Elderly, Senior Citizens
Short Term Success
2017 Results:
  • Adopted 1,405 cats and kittens 
  • No cat remained in the shelter for more than one year
  • Fifth year in a row that no kittens were euthanized in Sarasota county for lack of space
Dedicated efforts have resulted in increased adoption numbers every year for the last five years.
Cat Depot houses on average 80 cats and kittens daily and helps Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte Counties, Greater Florida, National and International organizations.
Long Term Success

Cat Depot makes a lifetime commitment to every cat and their adopter. We remain available for advice and counsel seven days a week for the rest of the cat’s life. We provide adopters with continual education opportunities along with updated resources regarding the care of their cat. Our goal is to develop lifelong relationships with our adopters and their new family members.


Program Success Monitoring

Maintaining and increasing adoption numbers is an indicator of success.

Every adoptive parent is called within 48 hours of the adoption and another follow up is made 7-14 days later. Our goal is to build relationships with our adopters to ensure a good match and to encourage their continued involvement with Cat Depot. Every adopter receives our newsletters and communication updates.

Our return rate is 2.9% and the national average is 4%.


Program Success Examples

In 2017, we found homes for 1,405 cats and kittens. And for the fifth year in a row, no kittens were euthanized in Sarasota County due to lack of shelter space.

"Fostering and then adopting Mighty Lou, a special needs cat, has changed my life completely. The dedication and time he required in the beginning has manifested itself a thousand times over by what he gives back now as a happy, healthy cat. Had it not been for Cat Depot receiving a cat in such bad condition and then working so hard to keep him alive and to restore his health, I would have never had the pleasure of knowing him. Thank you Cat Depot for taking in the cats other organizations would have either turned away or given up on. Here’s to saving so many more Mighty Lou’s together." - Nancy Colby, Adopter


Cat Depot provides volunteers and the community with educational activities that promote awareness and knowledge of cat behavior and care, as well as classes on first aid, emergency rescue, trapping, fostering, community cats and more. Unable to take every cat into our facility, we offer a wide variety of resources and avenues for help. We provide a library of feline-related topics, as well as listing of local resources on our website.

As a resource center, Cat Depot fields approximately 75 calls and emails on a daily basis and responds locally, nationally and internationally, assisting organizations as far away as Puerto Rico and Mexico.
Budget $35,000
Category Animal-Related, General/Other Animal Protection & Welfare
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Adults Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) Elderly and/or Disabled
Short Term Success
Hosted 67 educational activities and classes

o First aid and CPR for pets

o Emergency response training
o Safe trapping practices and cat colony care giving
o Foster parent skills
    Bottle feeding
o Adoption assistant training
o Welcome center ambassador training
o Cat socialization
    Leash-walking
    Clicker training
    Pick up Program
    T-touch
• Offered three weeks of Critter camp (8-14 year old boys and girls)
• Offered one week FREE Critter Camp to Girls Inc. (60 girls)
• Provided 1 hour veterinary seminars on cat care, behavior, and senior wellness
• Provided educational visits to elementary schools and college campuses
Long Term Success
Over 19,000 visitors annually are exposed to Cat Depot’s best practices, and over 50 groups of children and adults take part in educational and fun learning activities in our center. Four weeks of Summer Camp will impact the lives of our youth and set a tone for kindness to animals. Our online resources provide the community with information at their fingertips. And, off-site visits will build awareness of the plight of the underdog of animals – the cat.

“My son doesn’t like summer camps and/ or arts and crafts in general. But he LOVED Critter Camp and looked forward to it each day. Both of my children didn’t want to leave”- Parent of Critter Camp attendee



Program Success Monitoring

We remain in touch with attendees of our events and provide follow-up information via newsletters, our website and social media. We have return attendees to Critter Camp, and our volunteers continue to return to Cat Depot to socialize, feed, leash walk and share in the care and love of homeless cats.


Program Success Examples

Our education has encouraged Girl Scout Troops to hold food and toy drives for the cats. Several groups have made cat toys, and animal lovers encourage their friends and family members to donate to Cat Depot in honor of their birthdays, weddings, and special occasions. Volunteers and students have hosted bake sales and volunteered at special events and tabling events to raise awareness and funding. And colleges are using Cat Depot as a case study for class research projects.

Cat Depot works daily to rescue abandoned, abused, injured, relinquished and free-roaming community/feral cats and kittens. In 2017, Cat Depot rescued 1,464 cats and kittens and assisted with local and national rescues as well as disaster relief efforts before, during and after Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Cat Depot Emergency Response Team (CDERT)

• 30 members, 35% are Cat Depot Staff
• All are certified by the Florida State Animal Response Coalition and FEMA
Budget $100,000
Category Animal-Related, General/Other Animal Protection & Welfare
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served General/Unspecified US& International Victims
Short Term Success

We conduct four Florida State Animal Response Coalition (FLSARC) trainings each year at our facility and have grown our Emergency Response Team to include more than 30 FLSARC trained and FEMA-certified emergency responders.

Our rescue work helps end the suffering of injured and abandoned animals by providing them with food, medical care and love.
Long Term Success

Through our rescue efforts we intend to educate the greater public on how to identify abandoned, abused and injured animals, as well as what to do, and how to respond. 

Our team also deploys local assistance for injured cats and cats whose lives are immediately threatened. Through education of individuals and awareness of the masses, we hope to reduce and curb cruelty cases before they become life ending.


Program Success Monitoring

Cat Depot maintains open lines of communication with local, state and national rescue groups to encourage camaraderie and develop seamless rescue efforts by working together for the greater good of abused animals. Rescue efforts, including trapping, immediate emergency medical care and follow through on severe cases are tracked and monitored on a case by case basis. Animal cruelty offenders are registered with local authorities and monitored.

Program Success Examples

Charlotte County Hoarding Case

Thirteen cats were rescued from a Charlotte County hoarding case and were promptly named the Baker's Dozen, "Donut Cats." All required intensive medical care from neglect and abuse with several losing an eye due to severe infections. After a long recovery, all cats have found loving homes including Bow-Tie who is Cat Depot's spokescat. Bow-Tie and his adopter provide awareness and education for special needs cats throughout Florida and the nation.

• Lakewood Ranch, 35 abandoned cats

• Manatee County, 32 abandoned cats

• Charlotte County, processed 50 cats, retained 14 of the worst medical cases

Sarasota County, rescued 22 cats, and worked with area organizations to rehome


Our Community Cat Program was developed to educate the public about free-roaming cats, supply food for community cats and personal pets, offer resources for free and low-cost medical care, loan traps and offer transportation assistance, provide free and low cost spay/neuter surgeries, and place adoptable cats and kittens into loving homes.

Unsterilized, community/feral, free-roaming cats are the greatest source of cat overpopulation. Cat Depot loans traps to the public daily, provides individual training, and has a team of trappers who respond to community calls for help.
Budget $75,000
Category Animal-Related, General/Other Animal Protection & Welfare
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served General/Unspecified Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent Elderly and/or Disabled
Short Term Success
In 2017, Cat Depot sterilized 633 community cats for free and another 1,000+ stray cats and kittens, who were later adopted.
Cat Depot Rescued 1,025 Kittens:
  • 116 foster families cared for 447 kittens, many of which were bottle fed
  • Many cats and kittens were rescued from other organizations: Sarasota County Animal Services, Nate’s Honor Ranch, Offsite Veterinary Clinics, Lee County Animal Services, Manatee Animal Services, International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), ASPCA, and the Rose Durham Cat Care Clinic
Cat Depot’s full service Community Cat Program offers traps, training, counseling, free spay and neuter, medical care, and food through our monthly Community Food Bank.

Cat Depot collects food through donations, food drives, and grants.

In 2017, Cat Depot's Community Food Bank fed on average 227 personal pets and 522 community free roaming cats per month. The Community Food Bank also distributed over 20.981 lbs of dry food and over 8,750 cans of wet food.
Long Term Success

We prevent unwanted births through Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, and Return (TNVR) and the long-term success is the eventual reduction of free-roaming cat colonies and better health of community cats and personally owned cats. A decrease in the euthanasia rate and an increase in the live release rate in our county is our goal. Increased public education and awareness of spay/neuter will also result in the reduction of unwanted kitten births.

Program Success Monitoring

Our Community Cat Program Coordinator conducts monthly site visits to check on the individual colonies and tracks colony numbers. Food portions are adjusted to accommodate the colonies, and new cats are noted and checked for adoptability and sterilization. Stopping the unwanted growth of colonies and providing friendly abandoned cats with alternative homes is our goal. We continue to build relationships with the cat care givers to ensure the success of the program and the safety and welfare of the cats.


Program Success Examples

Cat Depot was contacted by homeless individuals who had a growing cat problem in their camp. They loved their cats, but without sterilization they were increasing their numbers through unwanted kittens. The limited income of the group made it impossible to feed the additional kittens.

Cat Depot’s Emergency Response Team went into the camp and trapped 12 cats and kittens who were brought to Cat Depot and sterilized. Eight of the cats were returned to the homeless camp after surgery, and four kittens were relinquished to Cat Depot for adoption. Residents of the camp were grateful for our help, and they continue to give us monthly updates on their cats when they come to our monthly food bank.


In an effort to care for sick and injured cats and their distressed owners, Cat Depot opened a small, yet highly functional discount clinic.

Reduced prices have helped people and their pets in Sarasota and Manatee counties and as far away as Northport and Tampa. Humane organizations, such as, St. Francis, Nate’s Honor Animal Rescue, Sarasota County Animal Services and many mom and pop organizations also utilize our services. And, veterinary hospitals are relieved to have somewhere to send pet owners who have limited funds.
In 2017, our Cat Care Clinic saw 8,369 cats and kittens.
Budget $350,000
Category Animal-Related, General/Other Veterinary Services
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served General/Unspecified Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent Families
Short Term Success In 2017, the Rose Durham Cat Care Clinic saw 2,802 clients and 8,369 patients, who may not have otherwise received medical care. Over 1,000 cats and kittens received either free or extremely discounted rates due to our many assistance programs.


Long Term Success

Our goal is to decrease suffering and increase overall healthcare for every cat by providing humane and affordable resources and educating the public.

Program Success Monitoring

The success of the Cat Care Clinic is measured and tracked with follow-up calls to pet owners, as well as return wellness exams by former patients. Cat Depot also tracks spay/neuters for personal pets, as well as community cats, recording the number of unwanted kittens who were not born due to spay/neuter.

Program Success Examples

Gus Gus, a big tom-cat who had been wandering a neighborhood for two years, was surviving off of food left out by kind neighbors, until he was brought into our clinic by a citizen concerned about his health. He was an unneutered male and had developed huge, painful jowls.

His ears were almost gone due to untreated mites. And, his eyelashes were turned in, causing a painful weepy condition. Gus Gus required immediate surgery to ease his pain and allow him to see.
Today, he is a very friendly guy who has been sterilized, had eyelid surgery, and underwent dental surgery for four broken canine teeth. Instead of returning him to his painful life on the streets, Gus Gus was introduced to our adoption facility and is now living with a loving family.
Medical care changed his destiny and gave him a chance to live a healthy life away from the neglect and suffering he had long endured.
Program Comments by Organization

Cat Depot's national reputation as an organization to emulate has grown and so have the requests for help on both a local and national level. We continue to experience increased costs for emergency care as a result of hoarding cases and smaller animal facilities who find themselves in need of rescue.

TNVR (Trap/Neuter/Vaccinate/Return) increases costs. But without TNVR, the explosive kitten population would worsen. Requests to take injured cats, emergency care cases, long-term untreated medical conditions and chronic illness has risen. The ever-pressing need for community education, as well as staff education, is growing.

We are growing by leaps and bounds every year. This growth puts demands on our facility and limited space is an issue. We have remodeled, leased storage space, expanded our education facilities along with additional parking. 


We work with HSUS, ASPCA, Maddie's Shelter Medicine, Best Friends Animal Society, and the American Humane Association to maintain best practices in shelter medicine and care.

Cat Depot provides funding to Sarasota County Animal Services for fecal readings that promote healthy cats, happy adopters and solid comeradery.

Cat Depot partners with HSUS and the ASPCA to lobby in Tallahassee for animal rights and to decouple greyhound racing from Florida-based betting facilities.

Our partnership with the ASPCA works both ways. They assist us with grant funding, and we reciprocate with national emergency response. We have led local rescues in Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte Counties, participating in rescues in New York and Missouri, and worked with other local and national animal organizations to save rescued cats, spreading the burden of care among several groups.

We are a member of the Florida Association of Animal Welfare Organizations (FAAWO), and our Executive Director is Vice President. FAAWO is a non-profit membership organization developed to strengthen the animal welfare field. 

CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Shelley Thayer
CEO Term Start July 2009
CEO/Executive Director Email

Shelley Thayer is a veteran of Best Friends Animal Society, having served in rescue operations including, Hurricane Katrina (6,000 animals), Pets Alive in upstate New York (500 animals), the Reno Rabbit Rescue (1,600 rabbits), the Great Kitty Rescue in Pahrump, NV (700 cats), and the Beirut, Lebanon rescue (400 dogs and cats) to name a few. She developed and co-authored Best Friends first 200 page rapid-response rescue procedures manual, and spent more than 10,000 hours in rescue field work. She was circulation manager of Best Friends “good news” magazine, and later introduced the "Give the Gift" 25th Anniversary Campaign.

Before entering the nonprofit world, Ms. Thayer was co-founder and CEO of Super Marketing, Inc., a national corporation based in Irvine, CA, that specialized in packaged goods, new brand introductions and special events for corporations that included Best Foods, General Mills, Pepsi, Nike, and McCormick and Company, Inc. She was co-owner and Director of Operations for Tooned-In School Menus, that published four million free school menus every month, delivered to 200 school districts in 40 states. And, she was Vice President of Field Marketing, Inc. a national marketing corporation based in Chicago, IL.
During Ms. Thayer's marketing career, she remained connected to numerous humane organizations as both a volunteer, foster, and fundraiser. She rallied for wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, domestic animal rehabilitation, and big cat rescue.

Ms. Thayer is President of the Florida Association for Animal Welfare Organizations.

Former CEOs/Executive Directors
Senior Staff
Diana de Veer Director of Operations
Claudia A Harden Director of Communications
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 34
Part Time Staff 1
Staff Retention Rate % 77
Professional Development Yes
Contractors 1
Volunteers 660
Management Reports to Board Yes
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Cat Depot has partnerships with several animal groups, and we assist these organizations in Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte, Pinellas, and Desoto counties with food, traps and resources. When these groups are filled to capacity, they contact us, and we do our best to accommodate kittens and cats who are being brought into their shelters. We work with animal welfare groups across the state to increase adoptions and decrease euthanasia.
Cat Depot and Sarasota County Animal Services work together to save orphaned kittens, moms with kittens, and FIV-positive cats. We have partnered with The Humane Society of Manatee County to provide spay/neuter services for community/feral cats. We continue to work with this group and hope to make a greater impact in Sarasota and Manatee counties.
We have a Memorandum of Understanding with the ASPCA to deploy nationally for man-made and natural disasters.
Cat Depot partners with local veterinarians who provide their professional services and time onsite and offsite to help with injured cats and kittens, emergency care and special needs cats.
Florida Association of Animal Welfare Organizations
American Humane Association
Best Friends Animal Society Network Partner
Florida Public Relations Association2017
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development2017
Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce
External Assessments and Accreditations
Awards & Recognition
Best Veterinarian - Rose Durham Cat Care ClinicSRQ Best of Local Awards 20172017
Finalist, NonprofitSRQ Best of Local Awards 20172017
Finalist, Overlooked Tourist AttractionSRQ Best of Local Awards 20172017
Best NonprofitSRQ Best of Local Awards 20162016
Best NonprofitSRQ Magazine Best of 20152015
Finalist Small Business Award - NonProfitSarasota Chamber Frank G. Berlin Sr.2015
Finalist, NonprofitSarasota Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards 20152015
Best Non-Profit AwardSRQ Magazine Best of SRQ Local 20142014
Finalist, NonProfit OrganizationSarasota Chamber Frank G. Berlin Sr. Small Business Award2013
Risk Management Provisions
Accident and Injury Coverage
Automobile Insurance
Blanket Personal Property
Commercial General Insurance
Commercial General Liability
General Property Coverage
Workers Compensation and Employers' Liability
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government No
Fundraising Plan Yes
Communication Plan Yes
Strategic Plan Yes
Strategic Plan Years 10
Strategic Plan Adopted July 2015
Management Succession Plan Yes
Continuity of Operations Plan Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
Policies and Procedures Yes
Board Chair
Board Chair Ken Slavin
Company Affiliation retired
Board Term Nov 2003 to Oct 2018
Board Chair Email
Board Members
Board Members
Michael Siegel Shutts & Bowen LLP
Linda Slavin Retired
Ken Slavin Retired
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Board Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 3
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Gender
Male 2
Female 1
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 5
Board Orientation No
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Board Meeting Attendance % 67
Board Self-Evaluation Yes
Written Board Selection Criteria No
Board Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
% of Board Making Monetary Contributions 100
% of Board Making In-Kind Contributions 100
Standing Committees
Advisory Board / Advisory Council
Current Year Projections
Tax Year Start Month July
Tax Year Start Day 01
Tax Year Begins 2017
Tax Year End Month June
Tax Year End Day 30
Tax Year Ends 2018
Projected Revenue $2,812,600.00
Projected Expenses $3,100,000.00
Total Projected Revenue includes "in-kind" contributions/ donations Yes
Organization has Endowment Yes
Endowment Value $250,000.00
Endowment Spending Policy Income Only
Capital Campaign
Currently In a Capital Campaign Yes
Anticipate Campaign within 5 years? Yes
Campaign Purpose
Campaign Goal
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
Audit/Financial Documents
Financial Review
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201720162015
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Individual Contributions$1,570,484$1,240,707$4,467,029
Investment Income, Net of Losses$50,458($84,429)($8,794)
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$112,474$122,459$127,520
Revenue In-Kind$0$0$0
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201720162015
Program Expense$2,194,267$1,885,643$1,352,845
Administration Expense$124,336$121,883$77,526
Fundraising Expense$36,978$38,609$42,012
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.030.903.28
Program Expense/Total Expenses93%92%92%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue2%3%1%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201720162015
Total Assets$3,675,474$4,246,946$3,795,174
Current Assets$121,819$80,740$450,067
Long-Term Liabilities$0$665,961$19,815
Current Liabilities$25,868$45,266$33,174
Total Net Assets$3,649,606$3,535,719$3,742,186
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201720162015
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $1,570,484Contributions, gifts, grants $1,240,707Contributions, gifts, grants $4,467,029
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountClinic $500,424Clinic $380,995Fundraising $127,520
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAdoptions - Cats $132,607Adoptions - Cats $121,990Clinic $111,027
CEO/Executive Director Compensation $75,001 - $100,000
Tax Credits No
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities4.711.7813.57
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%16%1%
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Foundation
2010-Financial figures based on IRS Form 990s. Individual contributions include foundation and corporate support, as reported on Form 990. Cat Depot does not conduct audits.
Nonprofit Cat Depot
Address 2542 17th Street
Sarasota, FL 34234
Phone 941 366-2404