Feral Feline Friends of East Tennessee
Feral Feline Friends (FFF) of East Tennessee, based in Knoxville, has an ongoing need for spay/neuter services. They currently have 125 kittens in foster care. Before they will release the cats for adoption, all will be spayed/neutered at a low-cost clinic. In addition, FFF has a trap/neuter/release (TNR) program where they capture feral cats and have them neutered and vaccinated. One ear is clipped prior to release which indicates they’ve been in the TNR program. The group is overwhelmed this time of year, as they get many calls about stray cats with kittens. HPAN voted to contribute $200 toward their efforts.