Seniors for Seniors Program

Announcing-Seniors for Seniors Cat Adoptions!

If you are 65 or older and adopt one of our Senior Cats ( age 8+), you qualify for our Seniors for Seniors Cat Adoption Program

 Seniors for Seniors Agreement Form

10 Reasons Senior Cats Rule (from Petfinder)

  1. When senior cats are adopted, they seem to understand that they’ve been rescued, and are all the more thankful for it.
  2. A senior cat’s personality has already developed, so you’ll know if he or she is a good fit for your family.
  3. You can teach an old cat new tricks (I do every day with my own cats!): Senior cats have the attention span and impulse control that makes them easier to train than their youthful counterparts.
  4. A senior cat may very well already know basic household etiquette (like not attacking your feet at night) anyway!
  5. In particular, senior cats are often already litter trained and are less likely to “forget” where the box is.
  6. A senior cat won’t grow any larger, so you’ll know exactly how much cat you’re getting.
  7. Senior cats are often content to just relax in your company, unlike younger cats, who may get into mischief because they’re bored.
  8. Speaking of relaxing, senior cats make great napping buddies.
  9. Senior cats often know that scratching posts (not furniture) are for scratching and toys (not hands or feet) are for biting.
  10. Senior cats are some of the hardest to find homes for — so when you adopt a senior cat, you’re truly saving a life.

Seniors for Seniors Agreement

  • Adopter must be 65 years of age or older (proof of age required)
  • Cat will be at least  8 years of age or older(some exceptions may be made on a case by case basis)
  • Shelter  will provide food, cat litter, and medical  treatment
  • Forgotten Felines & Fidos, Inc. veterinarian and board members will vote on serious medical treatment for  the  cat
  • A cat may be  declawed  if the cat is healthy enough and is a suitable fit for the adopter
  • If the adopter takes the cat to a veterinarian other  than the Forgotten Felines & Fidos veterinarian, then the adopter  assumes all financial responsibility of the veterinary visit
  • If the adopter takes the cat to a veterinarian other than the FF&F veterinarian and the veterinarian recommends  the cat be put down, then the adopter must contact FF&F for a second opinion.
  • Adopter must provide an emergency contact person’s name to Forgotten Felines and Fidos, Inc.
  • Shelter can demand  the return of the cat if the adopter does not abide by the signed Senior for Seniors form
  • If the Forgotten Felines and Fidos, Inc.  veterinarian isn’t available for an emergency the cat will be taken to veterinarian of Forgotten Felines & Fidos’s choice:
6807 Weiss Road
New Tripoli , PA 18066
Phone : 610-298-2520
2061 Walbert Ave
Allentown, PA  18104
Phone: 610-434-7469

For more information please contact Therese: 610-248-7399 or