Forgotten Felines will be at the Westchester Cat Show at Iona College in New Rochelle, NY on Sat-Sun, August 8th & 9th!
We will have cats and older kittens for adoption. Please come and find your forever friend! In addition, numerous vendors attend the show for those who want to shop for their cats or for friends and relatives who enjoy cats. Or for your newly adopted furball! You will find prices tend to be better than the average retail store. There will be vendors with one-of-a-kind art or craft items, jewelry, clothing, and items for the home, and of course, cat care supplies. If you live in the New York City suburbs in New York, New Jersey or Connecticut, come and visit the Westchester Cat Show!
Bring a can of food or more and receive $1.00 off your admission!
Kitty 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 wet 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 email@example.com to make pickup/dropoff arrangements. Your generosity is greatly appreciated by all of us at Forgotten Felines!
Ceelo (left) is a beautiful marbled brown tabby who was rescued by a maintenance man when he fell from a ceiling and got stuck behind a bathroom wall! Fortunately, this wonderful man was able to break through the wall to get to him and then rescued his litter mates who were still in the ceiling above! He was diagnosed with a narrowing of his thorax. He plays with his littermates, eats well and is a wonderful little guy who will need a special home in case he needs extra attention down the road.
Check out these little cuties in action HERE! Ceelo is the beautiful little tabby in the corner!
Emergency Dental Fund
Feline stomatitis is a severe, painful inflammation of a cat’s mouth and gums. Because the condition is very painful, initial treatment generally includes giving medication and may require anywhere from a few extractions to every tooth being extracted.
Sadly, a number of our lovely cats are suffering and require expensive dental treatments, many in excess of $1,000 per cat! With our limted funds, this often means that some must wait their turn. What's even worse is that these cats are unadoptable in their current state!
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to ease their suffering and transform them into happy, adoptable pets!
Click on the widget above to make a PayPal donation or send a check to:
Emergency Medical Fund, Attn: Emergency Dental Fund
PO Box 430
Valhalla, NY 10595
Little Brucie was found in Yonkers all alone in some bushes at six weeks old. Even with such an unfortunate start in life, this adorable little fellow purrs, plays with his toys and enjoys being held. And he didn’t have to wait long for his new life to begin with a loving forever family.
Here’s a note from his new mom:
“Thought I’d let you know that everything is great! He’s very loved here, my pups absolutely adore him! I couldn’t ask for better!!!” Way to go little Brucie!