Feral Friends of Greene County was founded by a group of concerned volunteers to help address the cat overpopulation that exists in Greene County, TN (and many other areas!). Our program is based on a long-established effective program called TNR (trap-neuter-return). Because feral cats join together in colonies around food and shelter sources, we will return them to their original locations if at all possible. If that location is dangerous, we will find another place, such as a barn, to locate the colony. Our rescue currently feeds over 450 cats daily in our community.
Our mission is also to reduce the number of dogs/cats being euthanized at our local Animal Control Facility. In 2009, close to 2,700 animals were euthanized and the majority were deemed “adoptable.
We can and will make a difference!