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My name is FINN!

I'm being cared for by
Frisky Felines Foundation

Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Orange or Red (Mostly)
2 years 4 months old, Young
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Finn is 2 years old and a super sweet cat. He has a red and white coat. He is a very tall boy. Finn is friendly and loving. He normally gets along with every cat he meets. He has been around Australian Shepherds and has done fine.

Frisky Felines Foundation

Contact info
Pet ID
Samantha Lee
Depauw, IN 47115

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

All cats and kittens adoptions are $80. You must fill out an adoption questionnaire for the kitty you are wanting. When picking up your pet you must sign the adoption agreement which is on the website and you have the right to go over it before you arrive so you know what you will be signing. You must agree to unannounced home visits the first year. This is just to check on the well being of the cat you adopted. We are not out to judge how you live, where you live, etc, just that you are caring properly for the cat that we trust you with. If you ever come to a point that you cannot keep the cat you must return the cat to us. You cannot rehome, sell or give away the cat without our written permission. If you move after a year we would appreciate an update as we would always like you to keep in touch with us on the kitty, not necessary however. It is just nice to see our babies grow old with their new families.

Go meet their pets

We are a home based rescue, therefore we are not set up for people to come by and view pets. We run a cage free shelter and believe in cats being with people 24/7 for socialization. We are in the beginning stages of building a large, 2 story shelter for our adoptees. We currently have a mini shelter in place and are still working on finishing the inside.

We are hoping to set up in a couple of stores for adoption events, but right now everything is done on line.

More about this rescue

I am a former veterinary technician. I love animals. In 2003 I became disabled and could not go back to work. I missed not working with animals and due to us finding so many stray cats and we took them in, I knew I had to do something, we couldn't keep them all. So Frisky Felines Foundation was born. Instead of just taking in strays and finding homes for them, we also had them spayed/neutered and vetted. Then it got to be more of a problem of just so many cats that we became a no kill shelter and have decided to not only help our community but to help as many communities as we can physically touch. We also have a program from people facing having to rehome their pet due to foreclosure, eviction, deployment, etc. This is set up for families that can get back on their feet and take their cat home in 12 months or less.

We do these things because cats love their people and people love their cats.

We have been small for so long then stepped up and joined other No Kill organizations and we need funding to add on. If you'd like to help we are taking donations to build a large 2 story shelter to address many needed problems in the cat world. See our donation page "Fortress for Felines" at