Heroes Wanted! Sponsor a Special Needs Cat Today.

Your generous recurring sponsorship gift supplies dependable income to help cats and kittens with special needs like neurological issues, broken limbs, chronic conditions, and more.

Your support allows us to save and provide some of Chicago’s neediest cats with the care and comfort they deserve while they wait for their new home and family.

leonardo pescatore the orange cat

Leonardo was a special needs cat who found his home in July, 2019. Leo’s medical conditions meant it took a little longer to find him placement, but Tree House didn’t give up on him. For the last year of his life, he had love and a warm couch to call his own.

Your support helps cats like Leonardo find loving homes where they can thrive. Sponsor a cat today!


Receive four cards a year from your sponsor cat, an open invitation to visit your sponsor cat anytime we are open to the public, and some good kitty karma. 



Because your sponsorship helps cats find homes and care they might not otherwise have, our sponsor cats may change. They’ll let you know in their postcard! 

Cat Café Cats

The cats that typically reside in the Tree House Cat Café are feline leukemia positive. That means they require special medical attention! At Tree House, we are dedicated to providing the cats in our care the quality of live that they deserve–including food, medical care, and a happy, loving, clean, and safe environment. Your sponsorship donations help to pay for the needs of our Café residents during their time at Tree House.

Tree House Outdoor Colony

Meet our new Tree House Outdoor Colony! Pavlov’s Cat (top right), Penelope (top left), and Gilmore Girl (bottom left) moved to the Tree House parking lot in February. Fun fact: They’re trained to come around when they hear the sound of a bell! Together, they’re our local Cats at Work (CAW), acting as ambassadors to our growing Chicago CAW program!



Former Sponsor Cats!

Thanks to the care provided by our sponsors, all of our former sponsor cats have found homes to call their own.