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Cats & Kittens Available for Adoption|
All cats and kittens placed by FFSC have been tested for Feline Leukemia, vaccinated, neutered, wormed, given a
thorough health exam and microchipped. Our Adoption Program prides itself on a strict protocol to ensure safe,
loving, lifelong homes for our cats.
Special Needs and Fospice Program
For very special cat lovers only. Special needs kitties require specific homes and special accommodations. Our fospice program allows people to adopt an older cat, or a cat with health problems, with Forgotten Felines providing medical care as needed.
Special Needs and Fospice Kitties|
Please contact us if you would like to meet one of our special needs kitties or fospice kitties. (707) 576-7999, or contact Shannon at email@example.com.
Foster Adoption Program
Our Foster Adoption Program is limited to adoptable cats and kittens from feral cat colonies. We make every
attempt to remove young colony cats and tame adult cats from colony sites. The number of cats we remove
depends on available space in our foster homes as well as adoption opportunities.
For an insight into what it's like to adopt a reformed feral cat, see
our article by Pamela
Unless otherwise noted, these cats are available for adoption at our Rohnert Park Adoption Facility (directions) |
Our hours are as follows: CLOSED Monday and Tuesday,
OPEN Wednesday 1pm - 6:30pm,
Thursday - Saturday 1pm - 5:00pm,
Sunday 1pm - 4:30pm
or Pick of the Litter Santa Rosa (1701A Piner Road)
Hours: Monday through Saturday 9:30 - 5:00,
Sunday 11:00 - 5:00
DSH White w/Gray
Flame Point Siamese
DLH Brown Tabby & White
DSH Brown Tabby w/White
Ringo and Pearl - available at Pick of the Litter
Ringo and Pearl are siblings. They came from a very sick colony that Forgotten Felines was called out to TNR (Trap Neuter and Return). There was one litter and the mother that were very tame and entered our foster and adoption program.
Pearl is a spayed Female born on 8/17/13. She is a domestic short-haired black cat with a small white dot under one ear. We have nicknamed her the “Girl with the pearl earring”. She is sweet and social, though compared to her brother Ringo, she is a little more reserved. Pearl has a past of recurring bladder infections. She has just finished a long round of antibiotics and is under observation for recurrence of the infection. Pearl will need an observant adopter who is willing to monitor this situation.
Ringo is amazing. He is a domestic short-haired grey neutered male also born on 8/17/13 with little dark rings around his tail. Ringo is so much fun and full of kitten energy! Be careful, he may try to climb your leg and if you bend over he will jump on your back. He loves riding on shoulders and will nuzzle your face and give you kisses. He has had issues with loose stools. Stress of changing environment and changes in food have all been triggers. Stools have ranged from soft to liquid. Hopefully this issue is under control with their Special Diet.
Ringo and Pearl are on a very strict special diet of Hills Science Diet DD. No canned food for these guys and no special treats and goodies at this time.
Cats & Kittens currently in foster care available for adoption.|
If you would like to meet one of them, please call Forgotten Felines at (707) 576-7999.
DSH Dilute Tortie
DSH Orange Tabby
View cats who have been adopted (photos!).
about other local animal adoption agencies.
DIRECTIONS: Our Rohnert Park Adoption Facility is inside the Rohnert Park Animal Shelter at
301 J. Rogers Lane. From US 101, J. Rogers Lane is directly off Redwood Drive which runs
parallel to 101 on the west side, between Rohnert Park Expressway and Wilfred Avenue exits. Follow J. Rogers
Lane to the very end and you'll end up at the shelter.