Forgotten Tails Rescue is an all-volunteer, animal rescue with a focus on saving dogs with dire medical needs and those on local shelters' 72-hour kill list.
Our mission is to rescue these unfortunate dogs, get them medical treatment, and adopt them into the best, loving homes possible.
The Forgotten Tails Rescue Paw Prints Newsletter for Spring 2019 is now available.
Ralph and Ruth Perry of Winter Haven contacted us recently about possibly adopting a black or tuxedo male cat/kitten. They met with several of our sweet kitties and decided upon one of our favorites, Licorice. The Perrys chose to foster Licorice while getting to know him and he them. We received an update and was … Read more
Congratulations to the DiMonda family of Spring Hill on the recent adoption of their new kitten, Simon. We’re told he’s adjusted very well to his new home and made fast friends with the family’s dog, Wilson, and bird, Rocco. Marcella has been anxiously awaiting the arrival of her new feline friend and homework study buddy. … Read more
Sasha, our blue point Siamese kitty, was adopted on Sunday (2/24) by Alexandra and Rick Dannon of Spring Hill. The couple excitedly anticipated the arrival of their new cat and went on a shopping spree for her. Sasha was a little less excited and promptly hid behind the recliner as soon as she was released … Read more
Layla has settled in very well with her new family, Bryan and Kathy Myers, in Jupiter. The entire Myers clan just loves Layla and are so happy to have her join their family. Kathy tells us Layla enjoys going for walks with and to the dog park. She said Layla especially loves to visit her … Read more
Pete and Chanel were discovered living in a playpen outside and was forced to weather hurricane Irma outside with two other Chihuahuas where they took a direct hit from the storm. They had received little human contact, and it took a while to get them used to people. Now they love to be pet and … Read more
Layla will soon be available for adoption. More info to come.