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Help us save a homeless cat's life

Our Mission

Friends of Felines, Inc. is committed to working with its neighbors, and other local rescue and municipal organizations, to help the homeless and forgotten cats in our community through humane Trap-Neuter-Return programs, rescue of strays, rehoming of cats in bad situations, responsible adoption programs, and community education.  The non-profit organization is recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization by the IRS and 100% run by volunteers.  We are located in Stamford CT.  

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The financial situation for our organization is that the number of cats that need help far exceeds our resources.  We are continually deciding how to best use the available resources (dollars, foster homes, and volunteers) while we fundraise to bring in more funds and recruit new fosters and volunteers to continue this life-saving work.   

Friends of Felines is an all-volunteer organization. We depend on the energy and commitment of our volunteers, and there are many ways to get involved! 

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See our current cats and kittens available for adoption now! These sweet kitties are looking for their furrever home, and that might be you. Are you ready to welcome a new member to your family?

22 Years of life-saving work

Since we began operating in 2001, we have gotten thousands of cats off the streets and into safe forever homes. In 2023, we adopted out 50 cats and kittens to wonderful families, and this isn't including the hundreds of cats we have aided through out TNR program, community cats program and other aid provided! So far, we have adopted out 36 cats in 2024.


Levi is looking for his dream foster-to-adopt home. Are you looking for a special-needs angel to fill your heart with love?

Get in Touch

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

We Serve Fairfield County, CT, USA

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