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.
Last night was wonderful. Shoney's of Defiance had invited us to their cruise thru, with FFRC being their organization for donations. The 50/50 they did produced $220. Steve had his name drawn, so that was $110, which he turned around and donated to FFRC. And then Shoney's donated their $110--so it was indeed a $220 donation!
There were lots of cars and trucks there, including our FFRC catbug. It even had it's picture on the front page today, in color, along with our volunteers Megan, Connie and Bill. Many thanks to Elizabeth for helping with this event too.
We have thanks to give! Know that you are appreciated.
Stephanie M--donation to FFRC
Lorene B--donation to FFRC Reschke Store--donation to FFRC Ju-in-ji--donation for our spay/neuter program
Janet M--donation to FFRC
Piperjo--Whiskas Tender Bites
Dee Lap--donation in honor of Lucie's birthday
Jeremy H--donation to FFRC
Colleen P--donation to FFRC
Yvonne VDK--donation in honor of Ramsay and in honor of Hatima's birthday
Lori U from IL--donation to FFRC James W--donation for FFRC
Our Flash Sale was yesterday! Many thanks to Mich and Vern for doing this sale. It had a super result--$1,468. Thanks you to those who purchased the items and thank you to those that provided the items! And thanks to our Flashy Mods for your help. It sure takes a group effort.
Starting to rev up for Catstock 2019--this is our 20th year of cat rescue that we'll be celebrating! 37 days left till our fun weekend!
This coming Monday is our next Humane Ohio surgery day. Hoping for a full schedule!
Belle and her kittens are doing wonderful. The kittens received another vaccine today. They are growing and just having so much fun! Hoping they will be brave enough to come out to the Main Area soon. The D kittens are also growing. These are the 3 kittens that Auntie Peggy is fostering. Today they weighed 1 whole pound!
CeeCee, an FFRC cat is back. She is having a bit of medical issues and will be going to the vet's next week. In the meantime, she's enjoying herself--eating fairly good. Today she was playing with some toys! She's our grey tiger/white girl.
It's so wonderful to have our floor done. We all just love it. The only problem is.....it's so shiny sometimes it's hard to tell if it's wet or not!
Something happened and we have not just a boatload of boxes, but a shipload of BOXES! We will open them tomorrow, Friday at 2:00. Bring your water, a comfortable chair and enjoy the opening of these awesome boxes!