Our Shelter Buildings

We have several shelter buildings
Our cats would love to show you around! (video) 


shelter house

This is our shelter house.
It contains a shelter area that homes cats and kittens awaiting adoption; foster cats awaiting adoption.There are also numerous areas for young kittens who are being socialized and often medically watched. All of these felines share their home with our tireless caretaker Sue Bowman, who feeds, socializes, medicates, bottle feeds, loves and adores every resident.


 The Barn, which is divided into large sections is located behind the house.

  •  One area is for feral cats in the process of socializationmain shelter building
  • Another area that contains formerly feral cats who are refining themselves (with the help of volunteers) to become adoption-ready.
  • There is also and area devoted to un-adoptable feral cats (the”real” forgotten felines) that have been rescued from the wild and given a safe, happy, and healthy home to live out their life. 

permanent home
One of the room houses the permanent residents of FFF.  It is a large, cheerfully bright room with numerous windows and several cat-friendly constructions where the cats can play, climb,and lounge in safety.  

cat shelter buildings have outside spaces

 

 

  • Each section in the Barn also has a fenced in area for our felines to get some fresh air.
 
 

Leukemia cottage
 
 
Besides the house and the barn we also have a building for our Leukemia Positive cats. It has four separate areas with all the same feature for our   but it is strictly for our Leukemia cats.