HI! I'm Harrison and I like to talk. Please tell me about your day, and I'll tell you about mine. It starts when you wake up—I stretch out on your chair and wait for you to roll outta bed. Then, it's all about the head butt, because I know you need some encouragement for you to start YOUR day. I got you, no problem. Then, you're gone for a while and I'm all about my catnip banana. Workouts are important to me, cause I gotta maintain my sleek feline physique. And then, you FINALLY come home and I get belly rubs. It's the best. All of that sounds good to me—what about you? Harrison is a big snuggly cat born in 2015.
If you live in Chicago and are interested in learning more about Harrison please contact Toni McNaughton at firstname.lastname@example.org and Lisa Ward at email@example.com. Please tell us a bit about your situation, what you are looking for, the composition of your current household (the other humans and/or pets who already live there). Inquires with these questions answered are responded to promptly.
We are always in need of foster homes. If you are not able to adopt, but are interested in fostering or know someone who might be, we would love to hear from you! Please contact Toni McNaughton at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lisa Ward at email@example.com to learn more. Photos by Kari Peters
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If you have questions about Harrison please contact Feline Friends Chicago
Feline Friends Chicago
Feline Friends Chicago is a, no kill, cat rescue organization serving Chicago. We do not have a physical site – we are completely foster-based. To meet any of our cats in the Feline Friends Chicago program, we arrange meetings between foster homes and potential adopters. Feline Friends is staffed 100% by volunteers, and is funded entirely by private donations. Feline Friends is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and all donations are tax deductible.
Our mission statement is: “to help alleviate the suffering of homeless pets in Chicago by rescuing, spaying/neutering, and responsibly placing as many animals as possible in permanent homes.
Feline Friends Chicago is a 100% foster-based program. The more foster homes we have, the more cats we can rescue. We are continually in need of foster homes, and would love to hear from you if you could provide a foster home. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We respond to all emails promptly. If you have not received a reply within 24 hours, please check your spam folder.
Shelter Driving Directions
All cats in Feline Friends Chicago live in foster homes. As part of the adoption process, we have the potential adopter meet the available kitties by putting them directly in touch with the appropriate foster parent(s) to coordinate a day and time for a visit.
We serve Chicago and close in suburbs. We also rescue cats and kittens from downstate animal control facilities.
The process for adopting a cat involves a couple of steps.
Step 1 Gather information
We gather information about the potential adopter's situation, what they are looking for, their current household and pets, etc.
Step 2 Cat “Interviews”
Next, we have the potential adopter meet the available kitties, by putting them directly in touch with the appropriate foster parent(s) to coordinate a day and time for a visit.
Step 3 Adoption application
Once the potential adopter has met the kitties, if they decide they want to do an adoption, they fill out our adoption application, which we then process. It takes a couple of days to process the application. Once the application has been processed and approved, the kitties are ready to go home.
Step 4 After the adoption
Once a person has adopted a cat, Feline Friends Chicago continues to stay in touch with the adopter to ensure a smooth transition for both the person and the cat. We remain available for questions and advice.
All of our kitties have been combo-tested for FIV/Feline Leukemia, spayed or neutered, vaccinated for distemper, microchipped, and dewormed. The adoption fee helps to offset the costs we incur to do all of these things.
Please keep in mind, we are a very small volunteer group and not set up to do out of state or long distance adoptions. If you live out of the Chicago area, we encourage you to look at your local shelters where there are wonderful animals waiting for homes.