Proceeds from the Cat and Caboodle Auction will help cats like Henry and June, a bonded pair found abandoned and starving on the streets of Bath, Paw in the Door says. Contributed / Paw in the Door

Paw in the Door of Bath will be auctioning over 300 items to support its work with Midcoast Maine’s neediest cats.

Paw in the Door, a Midcoast Maine’s cat rescue and rehabilitation organization, will hold its annual spring Cat and Caboodle Auction online this year. The auction will start May 1 and close on May 15. Over 300 items donated by supporters and volunteers. The offerings include antiques, items for the home and kitchen, jewelry, art, photography and textiles.

Paw in the Door has been working for 35 years with cats in need, providing individually-tailored care and socialization from a  group of volunteers before finding forever homes.

To check out the auction, visit pawauction1.givesmart.com after May 1. There is no charge to join and it is open to all.