Giving Tuesday, November 30th , is the day people around the world unleash their generosity in support of causes that are important to them. As adopters, fosters, volunteers, previous donors, and animal lovers, we know that you care about the homeless and forgotten cats in our community. Giving Tuesday is a day you can change the world for these cats by DONATING. Our goal is to raise $9,000 on Giving Tuesday. You donated a total of $7,500 last year.
With your support, Friends of Felines served 260 cats last year. For each of these cats, there is a face, a name, and a story. We’ve shared a few of the cats below so that you can see how your donation changed their world. If you are willing and able, you can try to DOUBLE YOUR DONATION. Facebook is matching the first $8 million of donations made on their platform. But the matching dollars go fast! You must have your form filled out and be ready to push the donate button at 8:00:00am ET on Tuesday morning, November 30th . The past 2 years, you’ve earned matching dollars for us. Let’s do it again! On Tuesday, when you are inspired to unleash your generosity, please DONATE to support the homeless and otherwise forgotten cats in our community. Together we can make a difference❤
Kona, Aruba & Jamaica were born in a foster home days after their mother, also a kitten, was rescued from the streets. Homeless kittens have high mortality rates while survivors will reproduce at a very young age. We rescue and rehome as many kittens as our resources allow (35 last year). With a donation, you can reduce the number of kittens that die horrible, lonely deaths on the street and help control the community cat population. Together we can make a difference❤.
Mint had at least 2 litters of kittens before we trapped, spayed, vaccinated, ear-tipped, microchipped, and returned her to her monitored outdoor home. We trap, neuter/spay, and return (TNR) as many cats as our resources allow (34 cats last year). These cats are feral and cannot live indoors with people. The benefits of TNR include no more unwanted kittens; fewer cats over time; reduced nuisance behavior (making the cats better neighbors); and healthier cats. Please donate so that we can continue our TNR efforts in the community. You can make a difference❤.
Vera was rescued from a car engine with an injury that required the amputation of a front leg. Almost every cat we rescued required some medical care. The cost per cat ranged from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars for advanced testing and surgical procedures provided by specialists. This medical care was the difference between
life and death for many of the cats. Please donate so that we can continue to provide the life-saving medical care. Together we can make a difference❤.
Donnie’s owner died and he was kicked outside to survive on his own. A friend of the owner brought him to us. The past year, we took in 14 cats in precarious positions that were surrendered by family and friends. The reasons
included the death or illness of the owner, allergies, not getting along with other pets in the home, and changes in family circumstances. We don’t judge why the cat is surrendered. Our focus is on getting the cat into a safer and/or
better situation where it can thrive and enjoy life. Please donate so that we can continue to rehome cats that are in bad situations through no fault of their own. Together we can make a difference❤.
Bella is sitting pretty and waiting for her forever home...
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