Feral Friends of Greene County Inc.

Our Adoptable Pet List

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October 16 is National Feral Cat Day -- a day set aside to recognize the need for population control among stray and feral cats.

Feral Friends of Greene County was founded by a group of concerned volunteers to help address the cat overpopulation that exists in Greene County, Tennessee (and many other areas). Watching little kittens die and starve to death or become diseased and suffer is too much to bear. If we can bring in the stray and feral cats for sterilization and put them back in the community with caretakers who will feed and look after them, we can eventually reduce this problem. Because many of our feral colonies contain small kittens, we will always have adorable adoptable kittens -- thus our PetFinder listings. We will never place an animal (feral or otherwise) without having them spayed or neutered.. Our program is based on a long-established effective program called TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return). Because feral cats join together in colonies around food and shelter sources, we will return them to their original locations if at all possible. If that location is dangerous, we will find another place, such as a barn, to locate the colony.. As do all nonprofits, we need volunteers and donations. If you support the idea of controling the cat population, consider working with us or giving us your financial support. We can also use donations of cat food, building materials for making feeders and shelters, old blankets and other bedding, traps and other materials.. Our rescue currently feeds over 450 cats daily in our community. That includes our "sanctuary barns" for barn cats that have been moved from unsafe feral communities. Please consider a financial donation in order to help our efforts. Any amount is appreciated.

Adopting a friend

If you see a kitten on our PetFinder site that you would like to add to your household, please call or email us and we will give you more information.

Come Visit Us!

We do not maintain a shelter but have foster homes for our adoptable kittens. By contacting us we can make arrangements for you to meet your prospective house-mate.
Feral Friends of Greene County Inc.
P.O. Box 1041

Greeneville, TN 37744
Phone: 423-639-7353
Email: adoptions@feralfriendsofgreenecounty.org
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