provided him with the care he needed and a few months later he was adopted into a furever home.
After being released outside due to the death of his owner, Georgie appeared in a nearby colony, extremely emaciated. The
Fortunate Ferals is a dedicated group of volunteers whose main goal is to provide TNR assistance, education, information and guidance to responsible caretakers of feral/free roaming cat colonies and to local communities.
Because our main focus is on all aspects of TNR and we have limited space and volunteers, we are NOT an Animal Rescue and cannot foster friendly, abandoned or stray animals. We do assist caretakers with finding forever homes for potentially adoptable animals and also with ongoing care and support for existing colonies.
Fortunate Ferals was formed to help fulfill a need in the community and we stay in existence because the community recognizes that need.
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and can only survive on the generosity of public donations.
Donating is more than just time or money, it's peace of mind. You can help even the smallest kitty with your generosity. Your donation is 100% tax deductible.
Meet Mouse... a month of good care can make quite a difference to a four month old kitten.