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CCAS Online Auction Now Live!

CCAS Online Auction

Helping Bring New Hope To Homeless Animals!

Raise your virtual paddle to save the lives of shelter animals! 

Join us for our first ever national online auction. We’re auctioning off a variety of exciting items, unique experiences, and travel adventures!

The auction is live as of Monday, August 15th at 9am and will run through Monday, August 22nd at 12:00pm. Due to the popularity of the auction and some really cool items being added, we are extending the close of the auction to Monday the 22nd at noon.

Every dollar you contribute helps shelter animals in need get adopted. We appreciate your support!

See below for details on how to participate.

How To Participate in the Auction

Step 1 – Register as a bidder.
To register, click here and fill out the bidder registration form and hit submit. Once you hit submit, you will receive a confirmation with your bidder number.  The message will look like this: “Your bidder number is X and has been emailed to you. If you do not receive the email please check your spam folder.”

Check your email.  The email will come from Network For Good (the platform hosting the auction). The email will contain further information including common questions.  See below for those common questions.

Step 2 – Login to auction.
Click here to login to the auction. Note you will need the bidder number you were assigned during your registration as well as the password you set up during sign up.

Step 3 – View auction items and bid!
Navigate to the Auction Items in the auction menu or click here.

— Common Questions —

What is Network for Good Auctions?

Network for Good Auctions is an easy to use mobile auction fundraising platform for nonprofits. Using your own phone, you can bid and receive outbid notifications, keep track of what you’ve bid on, and pay for items you’ve won using bidder self checkout.

What do I need to participate?

A web browser on any device (smartphone, tablet, computer) that has internet access.

I forgot my password, how do I reset it?

1. From the menu (looks like 3 tiny bars on a phone), tap on [My Bids].
2. Click on “Forgot your password?” on the bottom of the screen.
3. Provide your bidder number and submit the form. A reset link will be sent to your email address on file.
4. Once the email arrives, click the link and follow the remaining prompts to change your password.

How do I bid on an item?

1. Visit the website and click on the item you are interested in bidding on.
2. Tap [Place a Bid].
3. Enter your bidder number and tap [Lookup].
4. Set your new maximum bid price. The system will automatically bid up to this amount for you.
5. Verify your information is correct.
6. Tap [Place Bid].

How do I see what I’ve already bid on?

1. From the menu (looks like 3 tiny bars on a phone), tap on [My Bids].
2. Enter your Bidder number and password (if you have one).
3. Tap [Login].
4. You should now be able to see all of your bids and which ones you are winning or have lost. You will also see your total commitment.

There are so many items. Can I filter the list down?

Yes! From the browse page of the auction, you will see a green [Categories] button. If you click on that, you will see several filter options available for you.

How do I pay?

1. After the auction has ended, you will receive a notification letting you know if you have won any items with a link to the [My Bids] page.
2. Click on the link or go to the [My Bids] page directly.
3. At the bottom of the page, tap the [Self-Checkout] button (note: this will only appear after the auction has ended).
4. This will take you to our secure payment page.
5. Complete the form and submit the payment. You will receive an email confirmation once the transaction is completed.

Note: Winning bidders will be contacted at the close of the auction to arrange pick up at the shelter. Items requiring shipping will be at the expense of the bidder. Questions about auction items can be emailed to info@capecoralanimalshelter.com.

 

How Your Bids Will Make A Difference

Auction proceeds benefit shelter animals in need of a second chance. Often animals come to CCAS with special needs and even dire circumstances.  Many of which require thousands of dollars of medical care. Proceeds will go to caring for these amazing animals deserving of a happy, healthy life. 

Now more than ever, the Cape Coral Animal Shelter needs donations.  It became clear early on that expansion was going to be necessary even sooner than originally planned.  CCAS has just announced plans for a major expansion of both shelter and clinic operations.  This Online Auction will go a long way to helping us achieve our goal of starting our expansion early next year.  This will include a 14,000 square foot shelter which will give us an additional 40 dog kennels and 8 cat condos, allowing us to save hundreds more lives in the years to come.  This project will also include a remodel of our existing building to expand our clinic operations, allowing us to serve hundreds more clients and their pets each month, providing low cost veterinary services.  Continued support from this amazing community will be greatly needed and appreciated.

Rescue dog named Treasure

Meet Treasure

Treasure came to CCAS from Desoto County. She came in with bad break to her right leg. It was assumed she had been hit by car. Treasure had severe loss of skin (degloved) and was severely swollen. CCAS’ Director of Medical Operations, Dr. Davis, x-rayed and determined to treat without amputation. 

Treasure is currently in foster care getting the medical care and attention she needs to heal.  She is a very sweet girl and will make a perfect companion once she is ready for adoption! Treasure deserves a second chance at a happy life.

Rescue cat named Gordo

Meet Gordo

Gordo arrived at CCAS and quickly became a staff and volunteer favorite.  He is a sweet, soft-spoken kitty who is a total love bug!

Upon arriving at the shelter, Gordo required medical attention including a dental procedure for teeth removal stemming from a pretty bad infection.  He is also FIV+, but that doesn’t make him any different than any other kitty as he can live a long, happy, normal life.

Update: Gordo was recently adopted. This is why we do what we do!

Featured Auction Items

Paw Print Necklace

The perfect piece for any animal lover! This exquisite 14kt Yellow Gold Paw Print Necklace with .06 cts total diamond weight is adjustable 16-18″. Complete with jewelry cleaner to keep this paw sparkling. 

Rescue Pup Original Artwork

This “Rescue Pup” original watercolor and acrylic artwork on canvas measaures 3′ x 3′ and will make a lovely addition to any pup loving home.

Playing golf

Golf for Eight. Don’t miss out on this package that includes two foursomes at Palmetto-Pine Country Club with Golf Towel, Ball Makers, and Golf Balls.

Tarpon Lodge 1926 historic lodge

Pine Island Experience. Includes: one night at Tarpon Lodge, 4-hour fishing/boating/beach charter, 1-day golf cart rental, dining gift cards to The Waterfront Restaurant & Marina, Miceli’s Restaurant, and Ragged Ass Saloon, and a framed Leoma Lovegrove Print.