Stray and feral cats are often found in poor living conditions, forced to forage for food, water, and shelter.
Fostering cats is a vital part of the socialization process and prepares them for adoption in to a loving home.
Often when stray cats are trapped they are in poor health and need rehabilitation and love while in foster care.
Tipping a cats ear lets volunteers know which cats have already gone through the TNR (trap, neuter, release) process.
Providing fresh food, shelter, and water for cat colonies helps ensure cats live a longer more comfortable life.
Trapping and neutering (TNR) cats is the most effective way to curb population growth.
Forgotten Felines Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of homeless cats and kittens in the Denver metro area. The organization received its 501(c)3 non-profit status at the end of 2009, but its founders were individually helping Denver’s forgotten felines for years prior.
Through volunteering, donations, adoptions, fostering and more you can contribute to our efforts.