Thursday, October 18, 2007

Consider supporting "Forgotten Cats" by naming them as your United Way Workplace Giving Campaign contribution recipient.

Forgotten Cats
A United Way "Write In" Agency
Forgotten Cats is dedicated to reducing unwanted cat populations and ending the suffering of homeless cats and kittens, without killing.

Forgotten Cats addresses the the problem of unwanted feral cat colonies by trapping, sterilizing and vaccinating, every cat within a colony and then returning all the feral adults to their colony, thereby stabilizing the population. This practice, called “Trap, Neuter, Re-release” or “TNR,” is having enormous success nationwide as a humane alternative for managing feral cat populations. Forgotten Cats also provides necessary medical treatment for sick or injured cats and kittens from these colonies and finds homes for those that are adoptable and also provides education about responsibly spaying/neutering pets and assists other rescue groups with their TNR programs. Forgotten Cats currently sterilizes 500-600 cats per month and finds homes for 90-100 cats each month!

You can support Forgotten Cats' efforts by allocating to them your United Way Workplace Giving Campaign contribution
and thereby assisting in FC's mission of spaying/neutering homeless and abandoned cats and kittens.

To learn more about Forgotten Cats, Inc. visit their website at or contact John at 302-475-3282.


Forgotten Cats, Inc.

PMB 422,
4001 Kennett Pike,
Suite 134,
Greenville, DE 19807, (302) 429-0124
(Non-profit under Section 501©(3))
Member in good standing of the Delaware Association of Nonprofit Agencies.