Winter is long & the outdoor cats are doing well. Catching the sunny spots in the yard when they can.
In 2015, LFFAC rescued and re-homed 58 kittens like these little cuties who are in foster care and are now up for adoption!
Our trappers have trapped/neutered/spayed and returned 124 cats!
We continue to provide food and care for 60+ cats in several colonies throughout Longmont!
We are an all volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit group, and we rely upon donations to fund the work that we do for the feral and homeless cats in our community. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to support the kitties! Just go to the Donations Page of this website.
Meet The Magnificent Seven!
We trapped these beautiful kitties at a local farm when they were kittens. They are not all from the same litter, but they are colony mates. Christina took them in, and has been fostering them since they were very young. They are now three months old and very healthy. They are socialized and sweet. They have had their vaccinations and are neutered, and spayed.
We are hoping to find loving indoor homes for all seven. We would be so happy to see them adopted in pairs, or into homes where they will have feline friends. Calvin and Hobbs are inseparable, and we will only adopt them out together.
Visit this webpage to read more about these little ones from their foster Mom Christina. Thank You Christina for taking such good care of these sweet kitties. Purrs out to you! Thank You Nancy for taking in Calvin and Hobbs, and for all the wonderful photographs you have taken of these beautiful kitties!
Thank You so much to Dr. DePauw and the staff at the Longmont Humane Society Well Pet Clinic for the wonderful care provided to Mystery this month. Dr. DePauw and her staff are always so caring and gentle with our feral cats.
Tonni trapped Mystery in Fort Lupton on Monday and she was spayed, vaccinated, had several teeth removed, and had to have her front leg amputated. Poor girl is in good hands and is recovering with Tabatha and Stehlin now. Feel better soon sweet girl.
Beautiful Gypsy Girl left the earth this month to join the angels. She was such a precious little girl. She was devoted to her soulmate Socks and he will miss her terribly. Her life in the 'Hood was filled with adventure. She was always curious and wide eyed. She loved to explore and on occasion would get herself locked into a nearby business which made all of us, and her man Socks crazy with worry. Gypsy's front paw was wounded many years ago, and she had a limp, but that didn't slow her down, she could run like the wind if she had to, but she preferred to bask in the sun, and roll in the dirt. Gypsy had a very long and full life. The vet estimated her age to be 10-12 years old. We were fortunate to have cared for her for 8 of those years. She was our little Zen goddess. She retired from life on the streets in October of 2014, and she and Socks were very happy in their cozy cottage at Ebon's shelter for wayward cats.
Thank You Esther for taking such good care of our grand couple. What a wonderful and cozy home you made for them.
Thank You to Dr. Molly Abernathy for you kindness and gentle care with Gypsy.
Thank You Cheryl for taking Gypsy and Socks into your wonderful Cat House and caring for them for several months before they moved to Esther's cottage. You were such a huge help getting them off the streets and to safety when they were displaced from their home in the 'Hood.
Thank You all of the 'Hood volunteer feeders for your daily devotion to Gypsy and Socks, and all the 'Hood kitties while they lived on the streets
Gypsy, Thank You for the love and inspiration you brought us all. We'll take good care of your loving man, Socks.
LFFAC adventures, stories and maybe even a cute cat video every now & then.