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April 18, 2021


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⅓ Cat, ⅓ Dog and ⅓ Human. Meet John, a two-year-old former tomcat and the last of the wonderful group of tame tuxedo cats rescued from a local colony. John is a super chill cat who LOVES laps and to lay at your feet like a dog. He has funny facial expressions, enjoys human companionship, and tolerates other respectful cats.

John is also very thoughtful and would be happiest in a quiet home with slow introductions and no young children. If you are interested in this big handsome boy, please submit an online adoption application which can be found by clicking here.

[Please note, we only adopt out to homes in lower Fairfield County and nearby NY.]

Posted by Nick at 09:31 AM


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ONLINE DRAWING featuring a basket of gardening goodies donated by our friends at DESIGNS BY LEE with a retail value of ~$350! Tickets are only $10 and proceeds benefit the homeless and forgotten cats in our community.

TO ENTER, CLICK : https://fofct.betterworld.org/giveaways/spring-gardening-basket

Raffle ends on April 30th, so enter NOW! Basket includes: $75 GIFT CERTIFICATE, hand gardening tools, garden gloves, knee pads, seeds including cat grass and catnip for your feline(s), plant food, hummingbird feeder, mini-garden gnome, 2021 Old Farmers Almanac Gardening Guide, beeswax skin balm, candle, soap, and sachets - all in a very cool moss covered basket.

P.S. This would make a fabulous Mother’s Day gift (May 9th)!!

Posted by Nick at 09:29 AM

April 12, 2021

This April, if you purchase an ACME reusable shopping bag it's good for FOF and good for the environment!


Posted by Nick at 05:40 PM


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Beautiful Inside and Out. Zoe, almost four years old, is now available for adoption. She was surrendered to us due to her owner’s health issues. Zoe is confident, playful, affectionate, curious, chatty, loves pets and brushing, and gets along with other respectful cats.

Zoe was born deaf, a congenital condition common to all-white cats with blue eyes. For her, it is not a disability; it’s her normal and it will be easy to accommodate her needs. You do not have to spend much time with Zoe to see that she is as beautiful inside as she is outside.

To submit an adoption application, click here.

[Please note, we only adopt out to homes in lower Fairfield County and nearby NY.]

Posted by Nick at 05:35 PM