Feline Friends is a no-kill sanctuary that rescues, rehabilitates and places cats in caring, loving homes. We do not discriminate against any cat based on age, medical condition, behavior or history. We are a placement of last resort for cats with nowhere else to go.
Feline Friends was established in 1994 in response to the growing problem of stray and feral cats who had no where else to go but kill shelters, where cats with any medical or behavioral problems stood little chance to get adopted before their time was up.
We have continued to operate with that in mind, and we have become a sanctuary for those unlucky cats, whether they have behavioral problems, medical issues, or are simply considered “too old” to be adoptable. We are one of only a handful of shelters in Massachusetts who take in Feline Leukemia and FIV positive cats. Our goal is to rehabilitate cats so they can eventually be adopted out.
Feline Friends is located in the hills of western Massachusetts, in a wooded area surrounded by nature. The cats live in a very comfortable, social, home-like environment. The Feline Friends facility is becoming an indoor kitty playland, with plenty of towers for the cats to climb, toys for them to play with, and beds for them to sleep in. We also have plans to build a memorial garden to honor the cats who have since passed on to the rainbow bridge.