We are excited to announce that Santa Fe’s favorite quality resale stores are The Cat & The Cat South.
New look and feel, same goal. New location!
Voted Santa Fe’s Best Resale Stores 4 years and running. Most importantly, your continued support benefits the Santa Fe Animal Shelter with all proceeds going to help save homeless animals.
Our 2 resale stores generate important revenue to support our mission to save lives, support animals, spread compassion. Shop at the stores, donate your used stuff, or both – you will be helping the animals in the process.
The Cat located at 3546 Zafarano Dr, in Plaza Santa Fe between Target and Albertson’s, is NOW OPEN!!! Phone number – 505-780-8975
The Cat South located at 2570 Camino Entrada, right next to Kohl’s off Cerrillos Road. Phone number – 505-474-6300
Both stores hours are as follows: Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m and. Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Donations are accepted at both stores. Furniture and big donations should be taken to Cat South. To schedule a home pickup, including furniture, please call 505-474-6300.
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Our resale stores gladly accept high-quality donations. We are a mostly volunteer organization with limited ability to store, clean, mend or repair items. We feature designer and high-quality clothing, shoes and accessories, quality households and furniture, collectibles and first-rate books. Your consideration in the quality of items you donate is appreciated. We can also pick up larger items! (Please note that we are not responsible for any damage incurred during the pick up and removal of any donated items.)
We are unfortunately not able to accept the following items:
Televisions or electronics
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