Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County focuses on cats that are not “owned” and have little to no chance of being spayed, neutered, or receiving medical attention. These cats are our county’s most vulnerable; they are the most likely to be neglected and they are the most likely to be forgotten.

Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County is the longest-running Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) organization in the country. Since 1990, we have been the guardians, protectors, and advocates for the unowned cats in our county.

We have spayed and neutered, provided vital medical services, and given second and third chances for more than 40,000 cats through our foster, adoption, and relocation programs. All for cats that would otherwise slip under the radar, be neglected or simply be forgotten.

And we believe it’s possible to do more.

Our goal of spaying every unowned cat in Sonoma County may be lofty, but we believe in a county where every cat has a chance to thrive, isn’t competing for resources, is not seen as a nuisance, and has the best possible chance for a contented life.

Our focus on innovative, first-of-its-kind spay-neuter programs that use predictive modeling, data capture and analysis, along with the blood, sweat and tears of a dedicated staff and volunteer force to significantly slow the rate of cats born in the wild, on our streets and on properties where they may not be welcome will continue and we will one day live in a county where there are no more homeless cats.

We believe this all is possible with your help. Because, when you believe, anything is possible.

If you would like more information, would like to donate, or have some time to volunteer, please contact us at 707-576-7999 or email us at info@forgottenfelines.com.

Forgotten Felines is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible. Our Tax ID #68-0228734

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We can’t do what we do without a fantastic group of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, fill out this form and we will contact you.


All donations go to providing needed care for Sonoma County’s unowned cats. There are multiple ways to give. Learn more