Lovable Rescue Animals For Adoption
Forgotten Friends of Long Island is an animal rescue group that is dedicated to the rescue of companion animals. These rescue animals have been in municipal shelters for extended periods of time and have been overlooked by both the general public and by rescues. Many of the cats and dogs in our care were homeless and were sadly waiting to be euthanized. Forgotten Friends intervenes, whenever possible, for these rescue animals in dire need of immediate attention. And we look to place them in caring, loving homes.
Rescue Animals Organization
We Are Proudly A Non-Profit Rescue Organization
Forgotten Friends of Long Island is a 501c3 non-profit volunteer organization and have no paid staff. Every dollar we raise is used to provide quality medical attention and rehabilitation for the rescue animals that are in our care. And we are dedicated to finding homes for the rescue animals that we shelter. People from across Long Island adopt with us.
You can volunteer to help us help our rescue animals. There are volunteer opportunities at both our dog and cat centers, or come down and help out at our fundraising events. Sign up and make a difference in your community today!
Rescue Animals Information
Call Today To Learn How You Can Adopt One of Our Rescue Animals!
Forgotten Friends of Long Island has been serving the community for years. People from both Nassau County and Suffolk County turn to us for adoptions of rescue cats and dogs. If you are interested in adopting one of the animals we have in our care, please contact us today. The number to call is 516-719-0808. We will gladly answer any questions you may have regarding the cats and dogs we may have on our premises, as well as provide you with all the required information in order for you to adopt of these lovable animals. Dogs and cats can be seen by appointment only, so you must call ahead to schedule a time.
You can also find out ways to help our rescue animals today. This can be done by either a donation or a sponsorship. Any little bit helps the rescue animals in our care.