“Hello, I would like to give you guys at Forgotten Cats an update on Daisy (now known as Toffee) who we adopted three weeks ago from the Petsmart in Brandywine Town Center (DE). She is such a wonderful kitty and she is fitting very well into our family. It took a bit of time, but both of our cats have warmed up to her as well as our dog! She is very playful, confident, and likes to meow loudly at me for dinner and breakfast. She is the first cat I have had that actually likes belly rubs!”
Happy Endings!!! “Here’s an update on Bobby Ray, now Monty, exactly 1 year later! He’s still the sweetest cuddle-monster you ever met. He likes catching toys and running off with them, and loves to snuggle down in bed at night. He STILL sticks his tongue out on a regular basis. It’s a feature! We are so happy he’s got his forever home with us. ❤️”
Happy Endings!!! Skye, formerly Uma Purrman, was recently adopted. Her new family shares, “I just wanted to reach out and tell you how happy our family has been with Skye 🙂 she is such a sweet little girl who purrs all day long and loves pets and attention. She sleeps above my head at night and makes biscuits on our chests 😍❤️ we can’t imagine our home without her!”
Happy Endings!!! Sometimes a cat finds her forever home in a way that can only be described as destiny. Hazel is a shy girl who was staying at our adoption center in Jenkintown, but didn’t seem happy there so we were just getting ready to take her back into foster care when the perfect human found her. Here’s an update!
“I want to thank you again for helping me take Hazel (Masha) home with me. She has truly been a pure blessing in my life.
A month before I actually adopted Hazel, now Masha, I found her on Petfinder. The second I saw her, I knew that she was the cat for me. I kept on looking to see if there were any cats closer to me in any shelters but I always ended up finding my way back to Masha. She was the only one in my favorites on the website. One weekend, I came home and it was just by chance that I went into PetSmart. While there, I decided to check out the cats for adoption and there was Masha! I couldn’t believe it. I had no idea that she was there, I didn’t know she was out of her foster home. It was just by chance that I was home that weekend, it was just by chance that I went into PetSmart, and I would later find out that Masha had only been at the center for a few days after leaving her foster home.
I’ve had her for a little more than a month now. And the timid, scared kitten that I had brought home that was too terrified to take a single step while I was awake has blossomed into a curious, playful and loving addition to the family. She is by my side anytime I’m studying, circles around constantly to be pet and sleeps next to me every night.
I’m so happy to have been able to adopt and give this angel a home.”
Dalton came to us from Forgotten Cats 10 weeks ago.
Our lovable PHILLY cat!
Dalton came to us from Philly. He was very shy when we first met him, and we were told he was a jumper which on the first day he came home with us he decided he wanted to be included with our grandkids pictures as well which below is a picture of him less than 2 hours of coming home with us.
I could not get over how big of a cat he was. As I was looking at other cats that they shown me at the pet store this cat kept standing out.
No, he was not a kitten which I first wanted, and yes he loves to jump which I was hesitant on wanting this but I thought why not take chance on this older cat.
We are so glad we did! He adjusted very well to the family and truly is living the good life now. I’m so glad we took a chance on this big guy. He is so loveable and the cutest cat he possible can be. Thanks, Forgotten Cats for rescuing him.
Happy Endings!!! Squeaks came from a feral colony in Sussex County, DE, a site where unwanted cats are often dumped. He was already neutered when we found him, and was found to have both FIV and cerebellar hyperplasia. CH affects a kitty’s sense of balance and while the condition is manageable and not life-threatening, it can be much harder for cats with the condition to find a home. It can be even harder for a cat who also has FIV, which is a manageable but highly stigmatized condition. Luckily for Squeaks, the perfect family came along a few months ago. They already had 2 cats, one of whom also has CH and is deaf, and they were ready and willing to provide a safe home for another cat with special needs.
Now Squeaks is living the good life in his forever home. He was renamed Frito. His new dad shares, “he will never know what it is like to be cold or hungry or unloved ever again!” We can tell how happy he is and we’re so happy for him. Congratulations to Frito and his forever family!