Can I Stay at Your Place for Awhile?
Snuggle kitties. Save lives. That’s what you can expect when you join the foster program at FFCR.
FFCR takes our role as feline experts seriously.
We care for over 400+ animals a year and work with other animal welfare organizations to increase the number of homeless pets adopted and focus on lifesaving programs promoting pet retention, identification, lost pet reunions, and pet ownership education throughout the community.
Let us connect you to happiness!
Adopting a cat or kitten is a serious decision. But it’s also exciting! With over 50 collective years of experience, FFCR is here to help you find “the one”. FFCR works to connect homeless cats with loving new families and to support those relationships over time. Life is better with a cat, so we want to make life better for them! With support from donors, volunteers, and our whole community, we work hard to deliver services that make life better for cats and the people who care for them.
Our staff and volunteer adoption counselors are trained to help you find the right cat for your household. They will help you get to know the cats and kittens for adoption, answer questions, and provide information about cat behavior and care.
adopting a cat
Are you ready to add a fun, frisky or friendly feline to your family? We have cats for every type of household! If you don’t currently see a cat on our website that fits your needs, please contact us so we can keep you posted as new cats become available. And don’t forget, adoption saves two lives – the cat you go home with & the next cat we are able to rescue from animal control.
donations save lives
Feline Fine Cat Rescue is a not-for-profit organization that relies solely on public donations to continue our life-saving mission. We have no paid staff, so 100% of your generousity goes directly to the care of our cats. We also accept donations of goods, whether they be cat-related supplies or any unwanted items in your house (to be used for fundraisering efforts). Thank you for your support!
become a foster
Our fosters our are greatest asset! Foster parents are responsible for evaluating the health and personality of each and every cat that enters our adoption program so that we can match them to their ideal forever families. We provide the supplies and training – you provide a safe, comfortable & loving temporary home to set our adoptable felines up for success.
Feline Fine Cat Rescue is dedicated to reducing cat homelessness, one feline at a time. Our primary focus involves rescuing cats from high-kill shelters & unsavory living conditions, and adopting them into loving, forever homes. We work hard to keep cats in their current homes and offer education, advice, & support for all cat owners. We also assist with TNR programs to lessen the burden on local animal controls.
FFCR Lifesaving Statistics
what we do
Finding Cats A Home
The FFCR Adoption Team works to connect homeless cats with loving new families and to support those relationships over time.
Cats in our care have no time limit once they enter the rescue and are raised in foster homes to properly assess their personalities in preparation for pairing them with their ideal new families.
The sad reality is that homeless cats are everywhere. To best utilize our time and resources, FFCR focuses on local cats in need, although we do work with out of state shelters as well. The majority of our cats come from high-kill animal controls, but we also have accepted cats from other rescues, TNR programs & owner surrenders.
Pet Owner Assistance
We want to prevent cats from entering animal control to begin with. That means doing everything we can to help keep cats with their families. FFCR offers guidance for behavioral issues, food & supplies for low income families, and assistance with reduced cost veterinarian services.
Spay & Neuter
In addition to ensuring that all cats & kittens are spayed or neutered prior to adoption, FFCR also provides referrals to low-cost spay & neuter services for cats whose owners are struggling financially. We assist with TNR (trap-neuter-return) efforts and focus on educating the public on the importance of spaying & neutering to combat the pet overpopulation problem.