Welcome to Feral Friends Community Cat Alliance!
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 832857 Richardson, TX 75083-2857 info@feralfriends.org
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 832857
Richardson, TX 75083-2857
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Last Updated:
12/16/2019 9:56 PM
 

The cats and kittens in our Rescue and Re-Home Program all have a story that is as special as they are. Whether they were abandoned or became lost, many had to fend for themselves and adjust to a life on the streets. Some were born on the streets, while others were no longer wanted by their human families. No matter how they came to Feral Friends, each one is in need of that special someone to love and appreciate them.

 

(If you notice a cat in the adoption program with an ear tip, you can be certain that he/she once lived on the streets and was trapped in a feral colony. All feral cats that go through our spay/neuter program are ear tipped to indicate that they are sterilized. We like to think that these ear tips add character.)

 

If you would like to adopt a cat or kitten from us, please read our adoption criteria.

 

The following are resources that may be helpful if you have found a cat or need to re-home a cat. 

 

Adopt-A-Pet.com & The Petco Foundation now have an a program to help you find a new home for your pet. Please click the image below: 

 

If you have found kittens that are still nursing, please click here for care instructions.

If you or a family member is allergic to your cat, please click here.

If you are looking for pet friendly housing please visit Every Last Apartment

If you’re desperate and need immediate assistance, click here for a comprehensive list of shelters and rescue groups in the DFW area. Please remember that we are an all-volunteer organization and not available 24/7.  

If you know of an animal that is being abused, please contact your local animal services office or click here. You may also wish to contact Texas Humane Legislation, which promotes the humane treatment of animals through legislation, advocacy and education. They actively lobby the Texas Legislature to pass laws to protect the rights of animals.