Welcome sleek Siri, an all at once gorgeously regal yet funny young girl just bursting with personality and absolute joy for life and for love. Once a too young mom on a rickety porch with a box for a shelter, this kitty finally found refuge with FOF and now she's ready to live and to love in her first ever, home of her own.
Friends of Felines, Inc. is a no-kill organization dedicated to caring for homeless and forgotten felines in our community through Trap-Neuter-Return, responsible adoptions and humane education.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We don't have a shelter, but some Friends of Felines' cats and kittens are having sleepovers at the PetSmart store in Stamford. All are welcome to visit and observe the cats at their PetSmart home, located at 288 West Ave, Stamford (telephone 203-353-9807). Friends of Felines is also proud to announce a new level of partnership with Just Cats Veterinary Hospital, which has been providing veterinary care in our area since 1991. Their brand new facility at 1029 East Main Street in Stamford has an adoption area inside the Just Cats Store on the first level. Come in and visit some of the Friends of Felines cats and kittens that are waiting for adoption. The Just Cats store and adoption area are open from 8 am Monday through Saturday. Following your visit, should any cat or kitten pique your interest, you can fill out an application (available on-line at www.adoptapet.org.)
Our Adoption Process...
If you are interested in meeting one of our cats, please fill out an on-line application as completely as possible at http://www.adoptapet.org. The adoption fee is $150. All of our cats are completely checked out by a veterinarian, vaccinated, and tested for the FIV and feline leukemia viruses.
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