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Forgotten Felines Rescue

Most Denver area homeless cats never make it to a shelter. Unowned and breeding in perpetuity, they experience extreme suffering. We work together with citizens, volunteers and veterinarians to prevent kittens from being born on the street and to improve the lives of those already born or abandoned.

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Addressing the cat over population problem with TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) activities)

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Animal-Related 

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Animals
General population

Description

TNR is a way to control the reproduction cycle of cats by humanely trapping, spaying/neutering, and returning them back in their home territories where they are care for. For kittens that are found in these colonies, we strive to socialize and find homes for them. The feral cat overpopulation problem is worsened by the abandonment of domestic cats. If these cats survive and are left to breed, their offspring are raised to be feral and in turn produced more feral off-spring. As part of addressing the problem of feral colonies, we strive to rescue these abandoned cats, rehabilitate them and find homes for them.

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Evidence of Program's Success

From 2012 through 2017 we helped nearly 4000 cats in the Denver metro area which included spay/neuter/vaccination of the cats along with providing any medical attention if needed. During this timeframe we also found homes for over 700 cats and kittens via our adoption channels, and through our partnerships with area shelters and other rescues approximately 300 more cats and kittens found homes.

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