An Auction For All Seasons!


FRFA is a registered charity which relies entirely on donations, grants and fundraising to cover the costs of veterinary care, vaccination, spay/neutering, food and litter. 

The purpose of the auction is to raise funds to enable FRFA to continue to rescue abandoned, abused or neglected felines. Any money raised will go directly to support the day to day operations at FRFA.

An Auction For All Seasons

When: starts May 4th at noon and ends May 12th at 10PM

Where: head over to 

What: artwork, gift baskets, themed packages, gift certificates, donations purrfect for you and your cats. There’s even some pawsome items for dogs!

The Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Your Feline Friend

Did you know…

… that each year there are far more kittens born than there are homes for.
… that only 1 kitten in every litter of 5 will live out its life loved and cared for.
… that the remaining 80% will die of neglect, abuse, disease or be euthanized as “surplus” kittens.
… that for those fortunate enough to be adopted only 1 in every 3 cats will live out its life in that home.
… that the reproductive abilities of cats far exceed those of dogs.
… that in a 7 year span (exponential breeding growth):
1 female dog + 1 male dog = 2,000 puppies
1 female cat + 1 male cat = 450,000 kittens
… that prevention through neutering and spaying is the most humane and cost effective means of reducing cat overpopulation and the consequent misery of more “unwanted” kittens being born.
… that you can make a significant difference in lowering the number of unwanted born only to die by spaying and neutering your cats.
… that a $150 donation (tax receipts provided) will allow FRFA to provide spay/neuter assistance to those who cannot afford to alter their cats.

Foster Homes Save Lives

These lovely rural kitties are arriving Dec. 30th. They will be vetted and vaccinated upon arrival, but may not be able to be neutered and spayed till later in the week. There may be 4 in total. Fostering provides opportunity for those that have none. We provide for all their vet care, require strictly indoor homes, supplies can be provided or a tax receipt can be issued if you choose to help with their upkeep.


There is a great deal to be concerned about these days. There has been a very significant reduction in donations with these trying times. Every contribution, large or small makes it possible to provide shelter, food and medical care for our rescued cats. Please help if you can.


Curious grey and orange kittens on stand

Edgemont Global Pet Foods

Good nutrition plays an important role in a cat’s health and wellness.

This is especially true when special conditions are present.

Edgemont Global Pet Foods graciously stepped up with an offer to help keep the cats and kittens fed with the most appropriate foods for their needs.

Your continued support is greatly appreciated.





Volunteers Needed For The Shelter

PunchieGeneral Job Description: Providing for the day to day physical care of the animals and keeping their environment clean, healthy and pleasant.

Specific Duties: Cleaning and disinfecting cages, litter boxes, food and water bowls, floors, bedding and surfaces.

Desired Qualifications: Reliability and commitment 100% requirement. A true love of animal care, empathy, extreme patience, observant nature and organized.

Required Commitment: Minimum 4-5 hour shift once per week. Daily shifts vary.

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