Forgotten Felines of Forsyth
Committed to Humanely Reducing the Feral Cat Population of Forsyth County
Forgotten Felines of Forsyth is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, committed to humanely reducing the feral and stray cat population in Forsyth and surrounding counties of North Carolina through a low-cost Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program.
What is a Feral Cat?
A feral cat is a domestic
cat that has developed a natural fear of humans. Most ferals are the result of abandonment
and failure to spay/neuter. By trapping feral cats, having them neutered and vaccinated,
and returning them to their home location (Trap-Neuter-Return), we can greatly reduce the
numbers of unwanted feral and stray cats. TNR lowers the intake and euthanasia rates
at animal shelters, which saves tax dollars and leaves more space at animal shelters for
adoptable cats. TNR also addresses the public health concern about rabies, and reduces
annoying behaviors such as cats fighting and spraying. By clicking on the menu choices to
the left, you can learn more about FFF and managing feral cat populations.
If you need help getting a feral cat colony trapped, spayed, and neutered, please visit How to Get Help to get started.
How can you Help?
To provide these services for the feral cats in our community, Forgotten Felines of Forsyth operates entirely on donations. Click here to learn how your donation will be used to help feral cats. Donate now using the Network for Good button to the right, or send your tax-deductible donation today!
Please visit our Upcoming
Events page as well for dates and information about our current and upcoming
Feral or Tame?
Contrary to what you may think, feral cats in managed colonies, such as the ear-notched cat pictured to the left, are healthy and have a good quality of life. Cats in managed colonies are fed and watered daily, have shelter provided, are spayed and neutered as soon as possible, and are vaccinated against rabies and feline distemper.
Would you like more
up-to-the-minute news from Forgotten Felines of Forsyth? We now have a Facebook page!
Click the "like" button to stay in touch with us on Facebook.
Are you interested in contributing your time to help feral cat populations in the Forsyth County area? Click on the VolunteerMatch link to learn more about volunteering with Forgotten Felines of Forsyth!
Winston-Salem Foundation Grant
Forgotten Felines of Forsyth is the proud recipient of a supplemental grant from The Winston-Salem Foundation for use in 2011. The funds for this grant were provided by the Edna B. Parkin Georges Animal Fund. These funds will be used to address our waiting list. Your FFF representative will let you know if you qualify for this funding.
YOU SEARCH OR SHOP... WE GIVE!
Now it's even easier to help FFF by using Goodsearch! You can download an FFF toolbar that will earn money for FFF every time you search the internet or shop online! Click here to download the Goodsesarch FFF toolbar!
GoodSearch.com is a Yahoo-powered search engine that donates half its advertising revenue, about a penny per search, to the charities its users designate. Use it just as you would any search engine, get quality search results from Yahoo, and watch the donations add up!
GoodShop.com is a new online shopping mall which donates up to 37 percent of each purchase to your favorite cause! Hundreds of great stores including Amazon, Target, Gap, Best Buy, ebay, Macy's and Barnes & Noble have teamed up with GoodShop and every time you place an order, youll be supporting your favorite cause.
Just go to www.goodsearch.com and be sure to enter Forgotten Felines of Forsyth as the charity you want to support. And, be sure to spread the word!
can make a difference!
Forgotten Felines of
Forsyth in the News: FFF was recently featured in an article in the Kernersville News.
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