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Posted over 3 years ago | Updated 1 day ago

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Forgotten Felines

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Domestic Shorthair
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Hair Length

My info

Checkmark in teal circle Good with kids
Checkmark in teal circle Good with dogs
Checkmark in teal circle Good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

If you have any questions about these girls, please call Michelle (256-520-2517) or Brittany (256-975-0768).


Katia’s estimated date of birth: 2/19/2016
Kristi’s estimated date of birth: 2/20/2011

Mother Kristi (dilute tortie) and her daughter Katia (black) came to us on February 19th (Katia) and 20th (Kristi), 2018. They were part of a large colony of outside cats who were being fed by a family. The number of cats kept growing, and the people who were feeding them asked for help. Forgotten Felines trapped all the cats in the colony, and since Katia and Kristi were both clearly pregnant, they both moved into a foster home.  Since the Winter Olympics were taking place, I named Kristi after figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi and Katia after figure skater Ekaterina Gordeeva.   Katia soon gave birth to 4 kittens, a couple weeks later, Kristi gave birth to 6 kittens!   They have been co-mothering both litters and are wonderful in caring for the kittens and for each other.  This mother-daughter pair clearly adore each other and lean on each other.  They're not sure, however, how they feel about people.   Katia, especially, would rather not have people around too much.   We originally had wanted this pair to be Adopted Together - they seemed to need each other.  However, with time it appears that they actually do better when separated - KRISTI, especially.   She has blossomed with one-on-one time with a human - and now enjoys laps & nonstop pets.  They would be fine in a home where the humans don't expect too much too soon, and are willing to be patient.   This link will take you to a video of the pair:   You may also browse the Love & Hisses Facebook page itself, for even more photos.



November 29, 2023, 7:25 pm

Forgotten Felines

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PO Box 60, Capshaw, AL 35742

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Additional adoption info

Adopting A Friend:

All Forgotten Felines cats have had their shots, tests and are neutered/spayed ~ over a $200 value ~ for a $100 donation, which helps Forgotten Felines continue their important mission.

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Come Visit Us!!

Adoption Hours at PetSmart Jones Valley, Huntsville, AL
with a FF volunteer attending are:

Friday 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday Noon - 5:00 pm

Adoption Hours at PetSmart University Drive, Huntsville, AL
with a FF volunteer attending are:

Tuesday 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday Noon - 4:00 pm

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More about this rescue

Forgotten Felines, Inc. is a 501-(3)(c) non-profit charitable organization. Our primary purpose is to manage the feral cat population in our area by trapping, neutering/spaying and re-releasing (TNR) cats back into their original territories. We also work to provide safe temporary homes for cats that are homeless, unwanted, abandoned or lost. Some of our animals have been rescued from dangerous conditions and cannot be released back to their original territory...these animals are housed in foster homes until permanent loving homes can be found. The majority of these animals are friendly abandoned pets, that are not feral, and we offer these loving and grateful animals for adoption here on Petfinder and also at Petsmart in Jones Valley, Huntsville, AL. We also provide help to people who are elderly, disable, financially challenged and those who love their animals but cannot provide them with the necessary care.

Our Mission...

(1) Control feral cat populations through neutering/spaying
(2) Educate the public about about proper pet care and responsibility, especially neutering/spaying and advising about pet behavior and medical issues that often result in families giving up their pets
(3) Humanely remove and relocate ferals when possible
(4) Adopt out loving, grateful animals into permanent forever homes
(5) Raise necessary funds to build a shelter for rescued cats