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Contact us Anytime!
Feline Fine Cat Rescue Team Members are here to help you with all your feline needs – whether you’ve adopted from us or not! We are happy to discuss correcting behavioral issues, give advice on what to do if you’ve found a cat, offer recommendations for cat-related products or answer any questions you have about our organization or our available cats.
Please keep in mind that all Team Members are volunteers and do have other daily obligations. The best way to reach us is to leave a detailed message via phone, text, email or FB messenger, and someone will contact you when they are available. If you have a cat with a medical emergency, contact your local vet or emergency clinic.
Frequently Asked Questions
I need to surrender my cat
One of FFCR’s primary missions is to keep cats with their owners whenever possible. If you are experiencing behavioral issues with your cat, are unable to afford their medical/daily care or are moving, we would like to help you explore options that will allow you to keep your cat. If none of these solutions are feasible, we do take in a limited number of owner surrenders. Please see our “Services” section for details on owner assistance and owner surrender.
Help! I found a cat/kitten!
Feline Fine Cat Rescue is NOT an open-admission shelter, meaning we are not obligated, nor allowed, to take in strays. Please contact your local animal control for assistance. We can, however, scan a cat to see if a microchip is present to help determine ownership. Additionally, if you send us a picture and as much info as possible, we can make a courtesy post to “Lost Cat” groups.
I have an injured/sick cat
As we have no licensed veterinarian on staff, we cannot give medical advice for your cat. However, we can direct you to one of our vet partners for assistance. If you have an emergency, please contact one of the following:
Animal Emergency of Mokena:
Emergecy Vet Services of Lisle:
VCA Arboretum View (Downers Grove):
Elk Grove Vet Speciality & Emergency:
Premier Vet Group (Orland Park):
Emergency Vet Services (St. Charles):
I want to adopt - what's the process?
Available cats can be viewed on our “Adopt” page. To be considered for adoption, you must:
*Be 21 years or older
*Have a valid license/ID with your current address
*Submit an adoption application
*Be head of household (or have head of household present at adoption)
*Renters are required to provide valid contact info for landlord/management company & have copy of lease clause regarding pet policies
I want to get involved
We’d love to have you on the team! Visit the “Volunteer” page to learn more!
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adoptions by appointment
We are a foster-based organization, but our adoption center is located in Homer Glen, IL.