Friends of Felines' Rescue Center is a non-profit, cage free, no-kill feline care facility. Our goal is to adopt our kittens & cats into permanent loving indoor homes and to reduce homelessness, abuse, and euthanasia due to animal overpopulation. We operate solely on the kindness of private donations, and receive no local or federal government funding.
Thanksgiving is over, now on to Christmas! Today we will put up the window decals that an anonymous donor sent to the rescue center! We had an adoption yesterday. Cobbis, our wonderful kitten, went to his new home. They have adopted from us before--a cat named Ernie. I think this will be an awesome home for Cobbis! I want to thank Gregg, one of our volunteers, for speaking to an Arbor Club in Paulding about the Rescue Center. They then donated a $100 gift card from Lowe's to FFRC. Also a very special thanks to the following people who came and helped at the Rescue Center yesterday, even though it was a holiday: Stacey, Connie G, Donna, Lisa, Peggy, Kurt, Dennis and Christy. All the volunteers mean the world to me. Without them we could not function. I always appreciate all your notes of thanks to the volunteers and pass that on to them. Badu is laying right here on the desk with me, rolling around and acting silly. Does my heart good to see her happy! Thanks too to Brad who made the new bench for us. It's wonderful and so useful. He even added a nap area under the bench for the cats. A special thanks too to Linda (Clemm) who is pitching in extra duty today to help in the rescue center. Dhana and Weasley makes all of us laugh--they are so small in body, but so big in their spirit. They run, jump on big cats and play their hearts out. The 4 new kittens have names. They are now known as the P Litter. Their names are Praline (calico), Punkin (brown tiger/white), Pilgrim (gold tiger) and Plymouth (gold tiger/white). They'll still be in June's Room along with Erie for another 1-2 days.
Thought for the day--sent to me by a webcam friend: "At the end of the day, love and compassion will win." I think this would be a good guideline to remember for the rescue center! Wishing all of you a very happy day.