St. Sophia's Forgotten Felines is a foster-based cat rescue serving DuPage, Cook and surrounding Chicagoland communities. Established in 2010 and operated by dedicated volunteers, St. Sophia's strives to be the best in temporary care for cats in transition, whether abandoned, abused or surrendered. St. Sophia’s works with high-volume/high-kill animal controls, such as Chicago Animal Care and Control, to save cats from needless euthanasia. Nearly 3,000 cats have been rescued, rehabilitated and found forever homes with St. Sophia's help.
Our cats are cared for in foster homes and receive individualized attention to help them reach their full potential and get ready for their second chance at a forever home. St. Sophia’s recently opened its first open cat room adoption center, located at 112 E. Chicago Ave. in Westmont, and primarily works with area retailers including PetCo and Pet Supplies Plus to house and care for cats ready for adoption. The organization was recently recognized with a Community Improvement Award from Westmont Chamber of Commerce - awarded for the group's effort to improve the communities we serve.
For more information on St. Sophia's Forgotten Felines, please visit www.stsff.org or check us out on Facebook.
112 E. Chicago Ave
Westmont, IL 60559
Hi, I'm Rosebud. I'm a sweet girl whose world has been turned upside down since losing my home as well as my owner. My previous owner passed away. I came into Chicago Animal Control with my friend, Roseann.
Little Roseanne (she IS little) was an owner surrender to Chicago Animal Control with her sister Rosebud. The vets esimate Roseanne to be about 8-10 years old (give or take).
Christopher is a handsome older gent looking for his forever home. He was abandoned at Chicago Animal Country by his former owners, but that hasn’t gotten him down.