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Forgotten Cats

Cause Area

  • Animals


PMB 4224023 Kennett PikeGreenville, DE 19807 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Our mission is to humanely reduce the homeless and unwanted cat population through Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR). Forgotten Cats finds homes for socialized cats through two PetSmart Adoption Centers in Delaware and three in Pennsylvania. We sterilize an average of 1000 cats in our two medical clinics and adopt out 80-100 socialized cats each month.


By working with colony caretakers throughout Pennsylania, Delaware, and New Jersey, Forgotten Cats will trap, neuter, and return an entire colony, sterilizing and vaccinating all cats and providing medical treatment when necessary. Tame cats and kittens are transferred into our foster care system until properly socialized and eventually adopted into loving homes.

Most rescue groups' efforts are limited to finding homes for homeless cats, but the number of homeless cats and kittens born each day far exceed the number of homes available. That's why Forgotten Cats works to solve the unwanted cat probelm permanently and humanely. We also offer low-cost spay/neuter services and vaccinations to the general public, and provide education about spaying and neutering and the pet overpopulation problem.


Would you recommend Forgotten Cats?
5 reviews Write a review
by Lynne A. (December 27, 2019)
It's a great opportunity for people to volunteer their time to help animals in need
by Kayla E. (March 4, 2018)
This is a great organization and is highly effective with pets and nurturing.
by Allyson D. from Honolulu, HI (August 22, 2017)
It was a great experience to be able to help with so many cats that had been left or forgotten! The people working at Forgotten Cats are so hard-working, friendly, and helpful. They sacrifice a lot to ensure that the cats are comfortable and have good lives. I learned a lot about cats, their health, and what is best for strays!
by Luisa S. from PHILADELPHIA, PA (January 11, 2016)
Very compassionate people. Mary is the best!!

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