2018 REVIEW
We've been busy in 2018, as we promised we would, helping 240 cats and kittens so far this year. This included truly feral cats Trapped-Neutered-Returned (TNR'd) to their homes of origin, owners needing financial help caring for their cherished companions, traumatized and difficult cats Stamford Animal Control asked for help with, and, as always, homeless and otherwise good cats in bad circumstances. As the weather gets colder, we expect more.

We continue to partner with the community to support our adopted feral colonies by implementing humane TNR programs and by providing medical care and food in our neediest neighborhoods. See "Our West Side Story" for one example of our work with feral colonies this past year.

Beyond the numbers, it's been a year of heartwarming and heartbreaking stories. Good natured and lovable Buddy was surrendered to us with a badly broken foot and we were able to provide the medical attention he needed, then find him an excellent home. Link, a young kitten found in grave condition, recovered and is now full of spunk and available for adoption. We do our best to help every cat and kitten we take in, but sadly, we lost a few we had come to love.

We are extremely grateful for your support, our partners at Just Cats, our foster families, our adopters, and our volunteers. We could not have helped these very deserving cats without you!

Contact Us

Friends of Felines

Friends of Felines, Inc. , P.O. Box 8147, Stamford CT 06905

Telephone: 203-363-0220

Email: cats@fofct.org

Friends of Felines, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization so your donation is tax deductible. Please be aware that we are located in lower Fairfield County, Connecticut and prefer to place our cats close to home.

Friends of Felines, Inc., formerly part of Animal Lifesavers, continues to work on behalf of homeless cats, both feral and friendly, in lower Fairfield County. We are, and will continue to be, responsible for all Animal Lifesavers’ cats, past and present.

The Feral Cat Project is a program of Friends of Felines, Inc., a registered nonprofit dedicated to the care and placement of our homeless, four legged friends in lower Fairfield County.