Once again it's time for our much-anticipated Lord & Taylor Charity Shopping Day! Pick up a $5.00 ticket and enjoy big savings! Cick on the flyer below for more info!
2017 Spring Luncheon Fundraiser
It's time for our 2017 Fundraiser Luncheon! It's an opportunity to have a great time while helping homeless, abadonded and stray cats and kittens! Cick on the flyer below for more info!
It's Kitten Season!
Kitten Season Has Arrived! Please help us help all the new kittens (and their mothers) now coming into our organization with their vaccinations, wormings, feline leukemia/feline aids testing, flea preventative, and any medical condition that needs treatment so they can go on to loving adoptive homes.
In addition, money is needed to cover their spay-neuters at 5 months of age. The mothers and fathers also need to be spayed/neutered to help break the cycle. You can donate thru PayPal on our website at forgottenfelinesny.org or mail a check to:
PO Box 430
Forgotten Felines, Attn: Kitten Season
Valhalla NY 10595
We thank you! Our cats and kittens thank you!
Kitten Wish List
Now that kitten season is upon us, we could use your help with donations of the following items:
KMR Kitten Formula Liquid – we don’t like powder
Kitten can food Fancy Feast Turkey
Unscented Non-Clumping Cat Litter
Heating Pads & Discs
Small Litter Pans
Wash Cloths & Towels – we get messy
Please contact us at (914) 428-7969 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make pickup/dropoff arrangements. Your generosity is greatly appreciated by all of us at Forgotten Felines!
Please Adopt Us!
We have a great selection or adorable, loving cats and kittens looking for their forever homes. Here are four of our little beauties. Click on them for more info!
Tyler is a 6 month old kitten that was rescued with his sisters from a home in Valhalla.
He is very sweet and playful.
Reese was rescued with his sister Tinkerbell from a sheet metal scrap yard in Sleepy Hollow
He resembles a Maine Coon, but is not. He is beautiful and a little shy at first but will flourish nicely in a quiet home.
Exotic Ms. Tortie was rescued from a home in Croton along with 12 other females that needed to be spayed and 2 males. Ms. Tortie's littermates were all adopted, except for Ginger who is terribly shy. Ms. Tortie is getting better at letting her foster person hold her and will make a wonderful pet!
This sweet and gentle cream colored little girl came to us hungry and upset as she couldn't find a place out of the cold. It seems she was abandoned in a wooded area just as the weather turned very cold.
She is now inside, has been given a clean bill of health, and is ready for a loving permanent home. Will you be the one to make her wish come true?
A Happy Tale!
Sebastian was rescued from a colony in November of 2015. He had initially tested positive for leukemia. Out of all the cats we had TNR'd he was the only kitten that tested positive. As beautiful as he was, we didn't have the heart to euthanize him and kept him in hopes the next test would be negative.
After several months of searching for a home for him, we found Jennifer in Massacheusetts, who wrote us a beautiful, heartfelt story of her kitten that had passed away from the same disease and wanted to give Sebastian a home. We were thrilled!! She had no other cats and had him retested months later and he tested negative!
Jennifer shared this wonderful news with us along with some photos. He has since gotten a sister as a playmate and is doing great. Thank you Jennifer, for giving this beautiful kitten a chance to live his life to the fullest.
And Once Again...
Our foster cats' heartfelt thanks to all of our supporters!
We couldn't help all these precious kittens without your financial support!