These are tales (or “tails” as we call them!) that you send to us, telling how wonderfully your adoption experience with “our kitties” has turned out! We love ’em! Keep those cards and e-mails coming!!
I just love Abby. Will send you photos thru separate email since they were on my phone. Her coat pattern is just stunning. Everyone that sees her just loves her. She is a big girl now, about 14 lbs, not fat, but just big boned.
She gets along with the other kitties in the household and really loves sleeping in my lap whenever I am in the recliner watching TV. She also sleeps at the foot of the bed at night with the other three. So glad we crossed paths.
Thanks for all you do to give these wonderful kitties loving homes.
RIDLEY and ODIN
After we got home, we put them in the room and left them for alone for a little while to just chill. Then Ed went in and sat with them and they both rubbed against him! Ridley was all over the place sniffing, but Odin was more cautious.
Ed went in again this morning, and then me later. Lots of rubbing and some chirps from Ridley! Eating well and using the litterbox. We call them Bonnie and Clyde now.
Sharing some pictures to show how well they are settling in with our other kitty.
EDGAR and EVELYN
Thanks for all you do to give these wonderful kitties loving homes. I just wanted to send you a cute picture of Evelyn and Edgar! They are adorable and my family is thoroughly enjoying them. We have renamed them Amber and Asher .
They still love each other and live to play. They love to sleep with us. Asher is shy but Amber will go under the covers and sleep along the side of my rib cage. They are totally adorable!
MIA and VIDA
Well, “the girls” have pretty much taken over our home and seem assured that this is not just another temporary housing arrangement.
HALO and TRIGGER
Merry Xmas from Reina(Trigger) and Haley (Halo)
Miley was taken in by FFGW almost a year ago when her owner passed away. Shuffled from house to house trying to find a place to settle, the family contacted us saying she needed a new home. One of our many amazing foster families took in eight year old Miley, keeping her safe, happy and loved. We moved Miley to one of our partner vets, Just Cats Clinic in Reston, VA where they help show our adoptable cats in their amazing front playroom! Miley adjusted quickly and one week later she met her person. Her new Mom emailed us and said, “Brittany, I thought my search would take much longer to find the kitty I was looking for, until I walked in and met Miley!” That’s all we needed to hear! Miley is celebrating this Thanksgiving in her Forever Home!! You can see she’s made herself a part of the family after a rough year.
NITRO and JAVA
Hi Brittany and Lindsey! We are so in love!!! The boys have settled in so well
They are still getting use to Lucy Loo and Sandy (our fur doggie girls). Java has let the girls get more closer to him than Nitro has. Nitro seems more into finding things to get into Java seems to act like a big brother to Nitro.
They have been playing together and they are also eating very well. They know where the litter boxes are and really have just settled in nicely!
We went out to dinner last night and when we walked into the door the boys came running down the stairs to great us! They are really just so sweet and are getting spoiled rotten!
This morning they were hanging out in the sun in our foyer.
POMPOM and BONBON
The girls are doing wonderfully. They are lovely companions. They want to be around us all the time. They have full run of the house now, but prefer to hang out wherever we are. We have renamed them Demelza and Prudie. I put a red collar on Delmelza so that I can tell them apart, although when they are together, Delmelza is the smaller one. They spend a lot of time napping, although they spend time racing around the house. Last night a neighbor girl came over and played with them and they loved her. They are sweet and we love them. Thank you
Update Received 11/20/2019 – BO
Feline Foundation of Greater Washington
Formed in 1995, the mission of the Feline Foundation of Greater Washington is to provide necessary veterinary and loving foster care for every animal in our program, to find them permanent, adoptive homes where they will be treated with love and respect for the rest of their lives, to provide foster care for life if no adoptive home can be found, and to educate the public regarding responsible cat care. We are a 501(c)(3) organization (EIN 54-1749459).