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We are excited to be Santa Fe’s favorite quality resale store, The Cat, with two locations!

Voted Santa Fe’s Best Resale Stores 4 years and running. Most importantly, your continued support benefits Santa Fe Animal Shelter and all proceeds go toward homeless animals.

Our two resale stores generate important revenue to support our mission to save lives, support animals, and spread compassion. Shop at the stores, donate your gently used stuff, or both, and you’ll be helping vulnerable animals in the process.

The Cat on Zafarano, located at 3546 Zafarano Dr, in Plaza Santa Fe between Target and Albertsons.
Phone: 505.780.8975

The Cat on Camino Entrada, located at 2570 Camino Entrada, across from Kohl’s off Cerrillos Road.
Phone: 505.474.6300

Store hours for both locations are: Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Cat on Camino Entrada is open on Sundays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Cat on Zafarano is closed on Sundays.

Donations are accepted at both stores Tuesday – Saturday only.  

If you have a donation of furniture, click here to schedule a pick up.

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Our resale stores gladly accept high-quality donations. We feature designer clothing and gently used clothing in excellent condition, along with shoes, accessories, quality household items, furniture, collectibles, and first-rate books. We have limited ability to store, clean, mend, or repair items. Your consideration in the quality of items you donate is appreciated. 

We are unfortunately not able to accept the following items:

Televisions or electronics
Large appliances
Computers, printers or similar accessories
Plastic drawers or crates (except clean storage bins)
Stained, torn, out-dated clothes (vintage clothes gladly accepted)
Stained, torn, worn or broken furniture unless vintage or antique
Worn, torn or jacketless books (collectible or first edition books are welcome)
Older linens, sheets, blankets or towels (some of these items may be appropriate for shelter use)
Common household items such as plastic storage containers, chipped or stained cookware or crockery, unclean or broken kitchen appliances
Personal items such as foot massagers or pillows
Any appliances with filters, such as air conditioners, humidifiers or air filters
Children’s clothes or toys
Metal file cabinets
Toiletries unless brand new and unopened