Not only has FFF taught me to TRN , how to socialize feral babies and foster cats they have taught me how to love again. Helping these babies brings me joy.They answer all my questions and go the extra 5 mile to help them all especially the sick or special needs kitties. Everyone should donate something to this Pawsome group!
I was not looking for a volunteer opportunity when I found Feral Feline Friends. I was looking for a cat. My first cat ever had just recently passed. I was so impressed with their kindness, empathy, and knowledge that not only did I adopt a cat, I also became a volunteer. Since then I have adopted several other cats as well. I have learned so much from them. I would highly recommend them.
They took 24 cat's from my parents house and fixed them and adopted some of them out and brought some back Beth came and help trap them and we thank you for helping use .
Due to many circumstances, some beyond my control, I ended up with close to 25 cats and kittens (mostly kittens) needing to be fixed. The folks at Feral Feline were such a blessing. Not only did they help me to find several of them new homes but there was no judgement on how I came to have so many. They were patient, loving and kind. I'm sure the kittens that went home with fantastic group found terrific furever homes!!
Feral Feline Friends has helped me many, many times with animals in need. I will be forever thankful for all that they have done to help me and all my felines in need. They are very experienced and knowledgeable in helping kitties. I have adopted one kitty from them and it has been the best experience!
This group does so much for the community, and so much for its fosters. I have been volunteering for FFF for almost 2 years, and I'm so glad to be a part of this organization.
Found 5 feral kittens roaming our neighborhood. Feral Feline provided shelter and spayed and had all the necessary shots administered.The kittens were given loving play time frequently daily to prepare them for their new families.
All 5 of the kittens were placed in purrfect homes!
Unfortunately mine was one of them! Arabella joins River as a second successful adoption from Feral Feline Friends! They are fantastic!
We adopted 2 kitties just over a year ago and they were very specific with interviewing me before they allowed me to take them. I was glad that they don't just let anyone take them, they truly vet each adoptee.
Awesome organization! Has helped me several times in getting ferals fixed!
When I first came in contact with Feral Feline Friends, I had just found four 7 day old kittens. I bottle fed them until they were able with your help to get vetted and all four found homes thanks to you. Every since then my husband and I have been fosters to several cats. We love the people and the big hearts that all of you have. We also have adopted cats from you ourselves. We will always be there to help FFF in anyway we can.
Feral Feline Friends are simply wonderful!!!
They dearly love the kitties they rescue, and are wonderful to the people adopting as well. I love how they post updates when a kitty finds their forever home!!
I would recommend them to anyone.
Amazing! Thank you for letting us adopt this wonderful sweetheart and travel companion. Thank you for saving his life and all of the cats you help along the way. Truly spectacular organization with great adoption opportunities and life saving volunteers and rescue.
Frosty the Cat
Leslie and Angie
Feral Feline Friends of East Tennessee is a local leader in improving the lives of feral cats and reducing cat overpopulation, with its many negative impacts, through their extremely active focus on TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return). They go above and beyond to rescue the adoptables and get medical treatment for the injured/ill cats. And, they are a diligent voice in the community regarding the criticality of spay/neuter.
I adopted 2 of their young cats who, at the time of rescue, were malnourished and had untreated upper respiratory infections. FFF came to the rescue, getting them crucial medical treatment, foster homes and socialization. Now, Bonnie and Wiley, even though visually-impaired from their illness as kittens, are active, healthy and happy members of our family.
Feral Feline Friends of East TN earns hero status every day!
I've had nothing but great experiences with FFF! We adopted the sweetest cat they had rescued from a horrible hoarding situation. Love them!
Adopted our sweet little pup from this group. So glad they rescued her.
We adopted a beautiful Siamese/Torti mix. They rescued Lonnie (Elaina) from a very bad situation and had her for 2 weeks before we adopted her. When we got her she was malnourished and had Flea Allergy Dermatitis. So grateful they saved her so we could adopt her. She is a sweetheart of a cat. She looks so much different in the photo below (taken 2 days ago) than when we first brought her home.
I adopted my two cats from Feral Feline Friends. It is very evident that they are passionate about rescuing cats. They do amazing work to ensure that these babies get the care they need and end up in loving homes. I couldn’t imagine my life without my two house panthers!
This group works tirelessly TNRing Feral & Community cats, rescuing & providing vet care to cats & kittens in need & educating the public at community events. Hundreds of cats and kittens are placed in loving homes through adoption events.
Feral Felines is absolutely one of the most community involved rescue groups in the area with such a huge heart for animals. I can’t even count the number of times they’ve been contacted about an emergency situation and a volunteer dropped everything to spring into action. They are doing everything they can to ensure the feral cats in East Tennessee are spayed/neutered and cared for, as well as getting adoptable cats & kittens off the streets and into foster homes. We are truly fortunate to have FFF in Knoxville!
Feral Feline Friends has helped us with TNR for two feral cats in distress. One is now our inside kitty! The other our outside cat. FFF is THE Best boots on the ground rescue organization in our area.