Current Forgotten Felines

Learn more about the individuals in our Forgotten Feline Program



5 year old Bear joined Ten Lives after a Good Samaritan reached out for help. It was obvious that life outside had been very difficult for Bear. His ears were flattened from chronic ear infections, he was limping, and had obvious dental concerns. Once in our care, Bear received the Ten Lives veterinary package and we discovered that he had numerous broken teeth and was in dire need of a dental. It was also determined that his limping was due to an old injury that didn’t heal properly. Thanks to The Lazzy Fund, Bear was able to receive a dental and consultation with a specialist. Bear is now ready to find a loving home. Check out his adoption bio to learn more! 



Jaws joined Ten Lives after a Good Samaritan reached out for help with an injured cat. Thankfully, our Community Cats team was able to humanely trap Jaws and get him to the vet for much needed care. We discovered that Jaws was dealing with an older jaw injury that had healed, a grade III heart murmur, and is FIV+. Despite this, Jaws managed to survive outside and we are so thankful he’s now in a foster home! 

With the help of his foster mom and foster sibling, Wendy, Jaws has blossomed into a playful and sweet feline. He loves rolling in catnip, playing with his track ball toy, and bird watching with his best friend Wendy. Recently, he has started hanging out with his foster mom on the couch! Jaws and Wendy are such a great pair and they would love to be adopted together. Check out their bio! 



12-year-old Junior joined Ten Lives after his guardian could no longer care for him. Despite being a loved cat, he arrived to his foster home in need of extensive medical care. A vet exam revealed that Junior is FIV+, needs a full-mouth extraction to treat stomatitis, and a consultation with an ophthalmologist. With support from his foster mom and The Lazzy Fund, Junior is receiving all of the care he needs. His foster mom tells us that he’s an incredibly sweet feline who is going to make a wonderful companion! 



Socks joined Ten Lives after being rescued by our friends at Second Chance Cats of Kent County. Socks was in such poor condition that he required immediate veterinary care for a severe upper respiratory infection, dehydration, and malnutrition. With support from his foster family, Socks has started to gain weight and thrive. He continues to deal with an upper respiratory infection, but with support from The Lazzy Fund, Socks is receiving treatment from our friends at Ocean State Veterinary Services. Socks’ foster mom tells us that he’s incredibly sweet and affectionate, despite his ongoing health issues. 



Twiggy joined Ten Lives after her guardians could no longer care for her. It was obvious that Twiggy was loved, but not receiving the care she really needed and was significantly overweight. Twiggy was incredibly shy and withdrawn when she joined her foster home; however, with patience and positive reinforcement, she has started to shine. She now enjoys play time, cheek scratches, and belly rubs! Twiggy has truly blossomed and is now listed for adoption! 



5 year old Wednesday came to Ten Lives after a Good Samaritan reached out for help. Wednesday was left outside when her humans passed away and she became pregnant. Sadly, the kittens did not make it and Wednesday’s conditioned worsened. Thankfully, Wednesday was humanely trapped right before a cold spell and moved into a foster home. Wednesday has since received the vet care she needed and is slowly adjusting to indoor life. After being outside for two years, Wednesday has lost trust in humans, but we are working to build her confidence and show her she’s a cherished feline. 

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