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Forgotten Friends of Long Island is a 501c3 non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue of companion animals (cats and dogs) left in Long Island municipal shelters for an extended period of time. Animals that are overlooked by both the general public and other rescue groups on Long Island.

Forgotten Friends has no paid staff. Every dollar raised is used to provide quality medical attention and rehabilitation for the rescue cats and dogs that are in our care coming in from shelters across Long Island. Learn more about our rescue animals and how you can make a difference in their lives. Adopt a cat or dog today. To see a cat or dog in our care, you must schedule an appointment with our staff. You can do so by sending us an email at ffoli.info@gmail.com or by visiting our Facebook page.

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Finding Homes for Rescue Cats & Dogs Across Long Island

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Forgotten Friends of Long Island is dedicated to the rescue of companion animals that have been in municipal shelters for an extended period of time, overlooked by both the general public and by rescues. Sadly, and through no fault of their own, these animals are homeless and wait patiently to be euthanized. Together we can help these rescue cats and dogs find a home. We are a proud animal rescue group that offers adoption for cats and dogs to loving pet people across Suffolk and Nassau County in New York. It is important to adopt rescue cats and find new homes for them. And the same goes for rescue dogs on Long Island. These rescue animals deserve a home and we do all we can to help them achieve that reality.

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If you are interested in adopting one of our wonderful rescue animals, volunteering, or sponsoring a pet, please contact us today by calling: 516 719-0808.