A Different Kind
Of Animal Shelter
FORGOTTEN FELINES is a private, all-volunteer, 501c3 organization in Westbrook, CT, serving ten towns along the Connecticut River and shoreline.
We rescue homeless cats and kittens, care for them in our no-kill shelter and work to find them loving, adoptive homes.
Attention All Essex Savings Bank
Customers: Forgotten Felines
Needs Your Vote!
Each year Essex Savings Bank donates 10% of its after-tax net income to nonprofit organizations and community development projects in its seven town market areas. Forgotten Felines will be listed on the 2020 ballot competing
for a share of the money available through customer voting. Voting will run from February 1 through February 29, 2020, so please stop by an Essex Savings Bank location and cast your vote for Forgotten Felines. Winners will be announced during the first week in April 2020.
Forgotten Felines 2019 Annual Cookie Collection
Thank you to all the volunteers who baked for the Forgotten Felines 2019 cookie collection. The assortment of cookies was incredible, with a variety of colors, textures, and shapes. We have some extraordinary bakers among this volunteer group. Truly impressive!
The cookie boxes were delivered to deserving recipients, all of whom contributed to Forgotten Felines throughout the year by providing goods or services to our organization.
A cute picture of Laura (with her cat ears) delivering the cookies to the Shore Publishing staff. They always look forward with great enthusiasm to receiving the homemade cookies baked by our volunteers. and edit me. It's easy.
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Our very own Reilly has a store to benefit all his friends at the shelter! I bet you did not know, but Reilly loves to ReCycle, ReUse and RePurpose (any wonder he resides in the Green Room?)! One of the main purposes of Reilly's ReTail Store is to make sure the items the shelter does not need does not get thrown out. It could be items that were donated that we have no use for and other items that were just unearthed like a lighted Christmas tree! We also have volunteers or friends of our kitties who love to make things for our shelter to sell, like the popular catnip filled fleece mats. Reilly would love to have as many cat-related items as possible.
Reilly's ReTail Store is not very big and is located right in the entrance of the shelter. If you happen to make anything you would like to donate to Reilly's Store, let us know! Small items are best and maybe just a few to start out.
Items that are not handmade will be priced so they sell quickly and need to be in very good condition or new. Prices will be reduced the longer it sits unsold.
Please contact us with any ideas or items you have. It will only be open to the public during Open Adoption Events. All donations need to be approved before dropping off because we do not have the space to store inventory. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on our Facebook page!
FIND YOUR MATCH AT FORGOTTEN FELINES!
OPEN ADOPTION EVENT EVERY SATURDAY
11 AM - 3 PM
at 153 Horse Hill Rd.,
Click on the Petfinder Button at the top of
the page to see some of our shelter cats.
Meanwhile on Facebook ...
Cat of the Week
SET YOUR HEART A-"BLAZE"!
Blaze is handsome, well-mannered and loving, making him the perfect Valentine! This cuddly orange tiger boy loves to play, and is eager to find a home where he can bask in the sunshine of someone’s love. He is an outgoing charmer who loves to be brushed and eat treats. To adopt Blaze or or to adopt any other cat or kitten, please call the Forgotten Felines adoption line at 860-669-1347 or apply online at www.forgottenfelinesct.org.
Forgotten Felines needs shelter volunteers to help clean and care for the cats. Can you
spare a few hours a week to make a difference in the lives of our Forgotten Felines? If so, please call the volunteer line at the number shown above.
OPEN ADOPTION EVENT
Every Saturday 11 AM - 3 PM at 153 Horse Hill Rd., Westbrook, CT 860-669-1347.
Click on the Petfinder Button at the top of the page to see some of our shelter cats.