Florida’s Forgotten Felines, Inc. is a mostly all volunteer, NON-PROFIT, 501 (c)(3) organization, dedicated to making life easier for over 850 cats in over 70 colonies in southern Palm Beach County.
Florida’s Forgotten Felines is NOT AN ANIMAL SHELTER. We feed and care for these cats in their colonies and at their colony locations.
We spend roughly $6,000 each MONTH on wet and dry food to feed stray and feral cat colonies. We spay and neuter our cats and provide medical care to any sick or injured animals plus lots of TLC on a daily basis. We offer this service to community cats only: those we find in our neighborhoods and communities. We do not offer medical care for any cat that is brought to us.
Within this website, you will learn about what we stand for and what we have done to help the cat population all over Palm Beach County, FL and beyond. Lots of TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) is needed to help reduce the tremendous cat overpopulation, thereby preventing many innocent lives from being lost. We are in great need of volunteers – whether it’d be feeding, trapping, transporting or monetary help. Since we are a 501 (c)(3), Non-profit, IRS recognized organization, your donations are 100% tax deductible and every penny goes directly to the animals. So please contact us and help us save lives.
We have over 25 years of experience in TNR, feeding, colony monitoring, fostering, adopting out and medical care.
Please note: Although we care for community cats (strays/ferals) we do not offer medical care for any cat that is brought to us. We can offer advice on these issues (such as FiV or leukemia) only–not medical services.
Any help is greatly appreciated – from food, to money, to your valuable time!