Please join us in wishing a very happy birthday to Michele Hills. We cannot measure the gratitude we have for her unwavering loyalty to our cause. Michele is deeply involved in our day-to-day operation, which includes weekly adoption counseling, social media management, community fundraising and much more.
Happy Friday and THANK YOU to all the wonderful people who have answered our calls for help. In recent weeks we have had several packages delivered from our Amazon Wish List including toys, KMR and this awesome kitty tree! Also food, litter and cleaning supplies have been dropped off. We even had our washer, dryer and computer donated!!! (Thank you Nylaan Dental and Sara and Troy! We are still honoring the checks sent in for the Adoption Program Kitty Vouchers and you will receive your certificates shortly!) We are so grateful for everything!!!
The expenses in running a brick and mortar shelter are huge. But with the help of our community, we are making it work! There are some additional items we realized we need once we got moved in to our new facility. We will need to purchase what is not donated.
Night Lights (a lot of them, so kitties can see at night!) Hand Soap Laundry Soap for HE washer Large mop bucket with wheels Trash bags, all sizes Large Shop Vac Cork and Dry Erase Boards (med to large size) As always....paper towels and liquid bleach
Items can be dropped off anytime at our facility's back garage door. If you would like to arrange to meet someone there we can do that too!
Focus on Ferals 7962 Clyde Park SW Byron Center MI 49315
Yipee!!! Remember me from a few days ago? I had a leg amputated and you all named me Tripp!
Well.... Someone saw my story on FOF's facebook page and wanted to foster me. But I prefer to see it as an audition for a permanent home! I already showed them that I can still run and jump like a 4 legged kitty! It feels so good to be out of a cage and in a real home. I wonder if I got the sympathy vote for only having 3 legs? Fine by me! Cuz I know there are kitties with all their appendages and great purrsonalities who have been waiting for homes WAY longer than me. Just let the nice folks over at FOF headquarters know if you'd like to meet any of them! I just want to thank everyone who sent me get well wishes. It made me feel special. And thanks Mike for fostering me! ~Tripp aka Hobbles
Hi. I am just 1 of literally 100's of homeless and hurting kittens that FOF has rescued over the years. I was going to be put down at a county shelter because me and my family were sick. They didn't have room or funds to medicate us. We were saved on our last day. But my point here is that FOF cannot do this life saving work alone. They need a whole community of people who care. They need volunteers, adopters, and donations. Everything gets used here! What they need most right now is food and litter. We eat about 100lbs of food a week and use a ton of litter too! If you can help, will you?