Twitter The FFRC Twitter account has undergone a recent facelift. We look forward to our 5th Catstock, which will be September 10, 2016. An annual special donation drive of food and supplies to support the FFRC. It is best to contact the center well ahead of time especially if you are visiting from out of town.You can catch all the tweets here Pinterest You can now share images from FFRC’s website with your own Pinterest account. Lots of carnival games with prizes, good food, clown, face painting, Horse Poo Bingo, small tractor rides–just a huge assortment and an awesome band called Strawberry Hill that fits right in with our theme of Cats, Love, Peace! We (people and the cats) certainly enjoy the visitors!This program enables the public to send beds and cozy fleece pads directly to their favorite shelters and rescue organizations at discounted prices.In addition, a percentage of every sale will be donated to FFRC.It is useful to read this as it will keep you up-to-date with all the happenings at FFRC such as adoptions, new arrivals, contents of boxes, visitors, and projects, along with many other things.Facebook FFRC has a presence on FB with a Public page (Friends of Felines Rescue Center).Kuranda beds are comfortable for the cats and easy to clean, thus helping to prevent disease transmission.Jacci has joined FFRC to this program and she already has some of these beds in the center.
You will need to friend someone and ask them to add you to the group. This group is secret to keep the posts positive and fun. Visiting Many people visit FFRC not only to see the cats in person but also to help out where they are able to.
The rehearsals are Friday evening and Saturday morning. It is a lot of fun and many cam viewers visit for the day.