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Forgotten Felines Inc

We started many years ago as a TNR group for feral cats. Naturally you also get many scared, dumped domestic animals. Ferals had no advocates in our area when we started. Thankfully now, we've been working with our local animal control and they are finally not destroying all animals deemed feral. Unfortunately, there are still too many breeding animals (feral and domestic) that need help so we can stop the needless, mass reproduction. Sometimes that's a well-meaning individual who feeds cats and after a couple of years, realizes there is a problem, or it could be an elderly person who can't afford to vet their animals. The animals not only need our advocacy but occasionally the people we help do as well. We adopt the animals that can be adopted and find special placement for others that aren't so readily "adoptable".

Capshaw, AL,35742
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Domestic Medium Hair | Hazel Green, AL

Age : 3 Years 5 MonthsAdultFemaleSmallBlack



affectionate eagerToPlease eventempered gentle intelligent lap needsCompanionAnimal playful playsToys

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Activity Level

Highly Active

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House Trained


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Others DogsCatsChildren


For more information, please contact foster moms: Michelle 256-520-2517 or Brittany 256-975-0768.     Meet BLAIR…. DOB est 8/11/2019, female, spayed, medium-haired, vaccinated, microchipped… BLAIR is a big love bug who craves attention and makes friends with everyone! She loves to lay high on a cat tree, or curl up in a box, and pouncing when the time is right. Her favorite pastime though, is to be brushed! And thank goodness – just look at that gorgeous coat! She'll grab your hand and instruct you to keep petting or brushing her! BLAIR joined her foster home with another young lady, PRISCILLA, an adorable tortie – they may be mother/daughter but that’s uncertain. What we DO know however, is that they’re quite bonded and need to be Adopted Together. They keep an eye on & take care of each other, and are often playing by batting mice or rolling balls to each other! They're both comfortable around big dogs once they know they aren't a threat – this includes their foster family’s hyper-obsessive mastiff mix!! If you’re interested in meeting these girls, please EMAIL [email protected], or call a number above!                  

Adoption Process
We have a application and adoption agreement, and complete it with a home visit. Our adoption fees are $100 per cat or $175/two cats. Requirements include the cat come back to us if they can't keep it, no declaw and must be inside only.

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