Rescue Cats in Suffolk County
Forgotten Friends of Long Island puts up for adoption rescue cats found throughout Suffolk County. We are located right in Plainview, New York, which makes us an ideal animal rescue group for rescue cats throughout Suffolk County, Long Island. Many of the cats we rescue have been taken in from municipal shelters, where they have been for an extended period of time. The general public has simply overlooked many of these cats, but not anymore! For more information about the adoption process, please reach out to us today. You can reach our office by dialing 1-516-719-0808. Or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately, many of the rescue cats in our care were homeless and potentially waiting to be euthanized. When it is possible, we try to come in and save these cats. The utmost care is involved when we take in these cats, because many of them are in dire need of immediate attention. And hopefully, they can shortly find a new, loving home.
A Non-Profit Organization
Forgotten Friends of Long Island has no paid staff, because we are a 501c3 non-profit volunteer organization. We use every dollar we raise to provide quality medical attention and rehabilitation for the rescue cats in our care. We dedicate our time to finding loving homes for these cats, which means our vetting process is extensive. This is only because we want to find the best homes for all the rescue cats we have up for adoption.
Adopt Rescue Cats in Suffolk County
Forgotten Friends of Long Island proudly takes in and shelters rescue cats found throughout Suffolk County. For more information about adopting a cat, please contact us today. We will gladly answer any questions you might have about the process. The number to call to speak to our office is 516-719-0808. When you call, we can provide you with all of the information you need to adopt one of our cats. Add a little love in your life and adopt a cat today!
Also, please give us a like and follow on our Facebook page! See what upcoming events we are having and how you can be a part of them! Remember, we are a non-profit, so all of the money we raise goes directly to our staff and the rescue cats from Suffolk County in our care.