Boston’s Forgotten Felines was back on the Dodo with six little surprises!
Check out the article here!
Boston’s Forgotten Felines has a new auction for August. We’ve got a variety of items to bid on, with all proceeds benefitting our organization and the animals we take care of.
You can check out our auction on Facebook.
The auction ends August 8th, 2017 at midnight, so get your bids in now!
Attention Red Sox Fans! We have an exclusive online auction for you today!
Two (2) Boston Red Sox vs. Los Angeles Angels Tickets
Minimum Bid: $80
Sunday, June 25, 2017
Grandstand Right Field, Grandstand 12
Row 10, Seats 9 & 10
Auction Begins: 4/19/17
Auction Ends: 4/26/17 at midnight
* if we don’t get the minimum bid by this date the item will be pulled.
** bid in increments no less than $5 please
If you’d like to bid on the tickets, please head over to our Facebook page and cast your bid!
One of our formerly homeless cats, Coconut, was recently featured on the Dodo. Check out Coconut’s story on the Dodo’s website. Coconut is currently in foster care and is looking for his forever home – if you’re interested, please get in touch!
On February 24th, Cambridge’s Kendall Square Cinema will open KEDI Film, an inspiring documentary about the cats of Istanbul. In honor of the movie’s release, we’ve partnered with Landmark Theatres to give away two pairs of complimentary passes to see the film!
To enter to win, please head over to our Facebook page and COMMENT with your favorite cat story. From the list of all comments, we will pick two names out of a (kitty) hat as the winners on February 22nd.
PURR is very honored to be offering PURR Cat Cafe as a FLUTTER experience coming to Boston before the week is out.
For those of you who are not familiar with flutter, here is a link for you:
So what is FLUTTER?
Flutter is an online platform for local charities to create amazing local experiences. When you donate $10 to charity you’re automatically entered to win that experience. Donations are capped at $10 per experience to give everyone (regardless of financial wealth) an equal chance at winning. The affordable $10 donation increases the number of people who experience charity, which also increases the number of people who experience happiness.
So what will the PURR FLUTTER EXPERIENCE look like:
PURR will be available to you and 30 of your cat loving friends for an evening. You can pick an event for the evening. Meowie Movie night, Yoga with adorable furballs, coloring with the coolest cats in town, play board games.
You can pick the event of your choice Boston. Be creative!
Complimentary PURR t-shirts and Mr. Whisker pins will be available for everyone in your group.
We will provide food, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages for your group. We will let you choose the food and beverages for your special night at PURR.
Best of all Boston, 80% of the revenue from this event will go to Boston’s Forgotten Felines-our partner rescue group.
$10.00 Boston to get an experience like this!
We think it is a PAWESOME opportunity!
Boston’s Forgotten Felines, the PURR team and the coolest cats want to Thank Tom O’Keefe very much for allowing PURR to offer this opportunity to the city of Boston. Most importantly, for the good of the coolest cats.
Our 2017 Calendar is now available, with some of our favorite rescues & ferals. Just in time for holiday shopping! Featuring Mrs. Peel (now known as Mocha), Harry, Mr. Kitty (now known as Chandler), Athens, Minty, Edith, Albert, Shelby, Tom Applehead, Emmett, LeRoy, Liesel, Henry, and Vincent Van Gogh.
$15 each. plus Mass. sales tax and shipping (Total = $17). If you’re interested, email us at email@example.com. Discounted rate for five or more.
Samuel and Crystal were tossed out of their house as kittens. Living in the yard for months with no one feeding them. Someone contacted BFF about them and with some teamwork got them off the street and into a foster home. Sweet cats, but very shy, frightened and starving.
Samuel, the male, became very ill. Vomiting blood. His foster mom brought him to our vet where it was advised because he was so sick he should be admitted to a hospital because she feared he would not make it if sent home. Foster mom brought him to hospital and poor Samuel had to spend the night and with X-rays, ultrasound, and all that goes with a hospital stay cost BFF over $1,700.00.
Samuel is now back with his sister in foster care and doing better. He is on a few different meds and improving. Both cats still need to be spayed and neutered. We are told Crystal has already had one litter of kittens.
Boston’s Forgotten Felines is a very small rescue with limited resources. Please support BFF and help us raise the funds for Samuel. We look forward to the day when he is healthy enough to go up for adoption with his sister Crystal. We want them to have their happily ever after … won’t you help us give that to them? You can donate to their care here!