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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".
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Tabby | Morgan County, AL
Age : 2 Years 7 MonthsYoungFemaleMediumOrange
affectionate eagerToPlease eventempered gentle intelligent lap playful playsToys
Activity LevelModerately Active
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If you have any questions, please call Michelle (256-520-2517) or Brittany (256-975-0768). INTRODUCING FONDUE - DOB est 7/1/2020, female, spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, etc… Fondue is a sweet girl who was left behind at an apartment complex. She is lovely and cheesy with her buff colored fur and electric orange eyes. She is so soft and ready for love. She likes to play and follow you a bit curious about what you're doing. She will go sit next to you while you pet her. And she will say don't forget my treats with her small mew for such a fluffy girl. She gets along well with other cats. Email [email protected] to meet Fondue or call a number above!
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.