Humanely
reducing the
community cat
population
of Forsyth County

Who are community cats?

Community cats are unowned cats who live outdoors. They belong to the same species as domestic cats (Felis catus) but differ from house cats in their degree of socialization to humans - how fearful they are of us.  They can be feral, semi-feral, stray, or loosely-owned cats.  The majority are not suited to living indoors with people.  They don’t need to.  With our help, they can live full, healthy lives with their feline families (called colonies) in their outdoor homes.

 
community cat the needs help
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Found a community cat you want to help?
 
together we can

make a difference

We welcome volunteers to help with activities such as trapping and transporting cats, caretaking of colonies, working at spay/neuter clinics and fundraising.

a group of Forgotten Felines of Forsyth Volunteers
 

People

we have

helped

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"Great organization!! They helped us get our colony spayed and neutered, and guided us in understanding how to take care of our feral friends! I do think they should change the name to Feral Friends of Forsyth County because our kitty friends are never forgotten!!!"

Andrea Dauser

"So very thankful for FFF! Wonderful, caring group helping to save the lives and health of ferals. We have had the good fortune to attend spay neuter clinic over the past year. Beyond grateful."

Anne Green

"Wonderful organization. I don't know where I - and my colony - would be without them.”

James McInerney

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