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Welcome To The Saving Graces 4 Felines Website

P.O. Box 4307, Greenville, NC 27836

Saving Graces 4 Felines is a non-profit organization formed to help stray, abandoned, and feral cats who have no home and are left to fend for themselves in less than desirable environments.  The mutual love that all members of our organization have for these wonderful animals is behind the organizing of this effort.  Find out more about the founders.

View our Adoption Database  | View Our Acknowledgements Page  |  View Our PetSmart Adoption Calendar

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LeeSaving Graces 4 Felines is always looking for those very special people who choose to open their homes to fostering. We couldn’t do what we do without our wonderful foster parents! Fostering kittens or special-needs cats gives those felines the opportunity to discover what it means to be loved and cared for. Sometimes it can make all the difference in how an abused cat perceives humanity; and fostering can transform a timid, neglected cat into a loving, vital, family member. SG4F trains potential foster parents so that they will know what to expect and how to handle any emergency situations that may arise. We provide all medical care and supplies for the fostered cats, and give any back up or support the foster parents feel they need. We make arrangements for the foster cats/kittens to be shown for adoption at Petsmart, to receive spay or neuter surgery, and to be vaccinated and combo tested. The cats who need fostering may include:  bottle-fed kittens; mother cats with their newborn, nursing kittens; kittens too young for adoption; kittens who are semi-feral and need taming; cats recovering from major surgery or long illness; cats with special needs, such as those having tested positive for FIV, or those having continual bouts of gum disease, or those recovering from leg amputation; cats who are especially timid and need a lot of attention and tender affection; elderly cats who don’t fare well among a large group of cats; cats who are grieving the loss of their previous owners or homes, and who have become very depressed; and cats who will not eat without coaxing. The biggest need of each foster cat or kitten is to be loved! If you are interested in learning more about fostering with SG4F, or if you already know that this is something you would like to do, please email or call 252-355-3404. Thank you!

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Baxter & Burney
Baxter and Burney

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Baxter and Burney

What sweeter pair could anyone ask for? Baxter and Burney, two light-orange tabby brothers, born in December 2009, are the perfect match for any loving home. These two lover boys were found living behind Chick-fil-A, next to one of the busiest roads in all of Greenville. It's a miracle that they survived! They were only little bitty kittens at the time, most likely abandoned by their owner. The folks at the restaurant started feeding the kittens once they realized that they were homeless and hungry. SG4F was made aware of their plight, so set out to rescue them, but the baby boys were little rascals that wouldn’t let anyone get close enough to pick them up! So safe traps were set, and Baxter was caught around March 2010, when he was three months old. Burney was a bigger challenge. He must have loved those Chick-fil-A nuggets, because it took nearly another two months before we were able to catch him! Baxter is highly affectionate, though he doesn't much like to be picked up. He loves chewing on ankles and shoelaces, and he will follow you around everywhere, right at your feet. He wants to be wherever you are, always begging to be petted and given attention. Burney is the quieter of the two, happy to be nearby and watching everything you do. He adores petting and playtime, but he also doesn’t much want to be picked up. So what’s the big deal about that? Many cats are affectionate companions who don’t enjoy being picked up, but that doesn’t keep them from being truly awesome pets. Baxter and Burney are quite the pair. They have a great relationship with each other, and like to keep each other close. They love kitty treats and canned food time, and each has a motorboat purr. They HATE going to adoption events at Petsmart, because it just plain stresses them out. As a result, they have been in foster care now for nearly three entire years!! How sad is that? Won’t someone find room in their heart and home for two truly wonderful, precious, amazing boys? We just know you will be happy you did.




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