Feline Friends London was founded in July 2013 with the aim of offering sanctuary to cats at risk of unnecessary euthanasia & to help cats in need in Hackney.
Since then FFL has grown into a network of experienced cat rescuers & veterinary professionals The scope of the charity now encompasses most of London, with a particular focus on Central & East London where most of us live & where the need for help appears to be greatest.
FFL has a non-euthanasia policy & aims to help feral, stray & unwanted cats have a second chance. We do this by rescuing, fostering & socialising cats & kittens, including those that have chronic health conditions & behavioural problems.
We help elderly & disabled people who benefit from pet ownership, work together with local authorities, social services, the NHS, the police, the RSPCA, local vets & other animal charities to promote neutering & good cat welfare.
We do not encourage breeding but if people do breed pedigree cats we feel it is important that they are registered with the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy - www.gccfcats.org - & adhere to their ethical standards, which place welfare before breeding.
We are all volunteers & rely entirely on donations to vet check, provide treatment, neutering & foster care for the cats & kittens in our care until we find them a permanent home.
Feline Friends London also works closely with LB Hackney, helping them win the RSPCA’s Innovator’s Award in 2014 for work with cats in the borough.
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Feline Friends London is dedicated to Caspar (October 2011 - 21 March 2016), the little black cat who, along with Peter, is one of the original Feline Friends.