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My name is Logan!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Logan
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Logan
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I'm being cared for by:
PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society

Facts about Logan

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10060051-A30735179-Foster Care
  • Hair: Short
AKA Wolverine FKA Mac

Logan is a fun-loving boy with lots of energy! His friends think he's the 'cutest little boy ever' and enjoy laughing at his hilarious gymnast antics. He's a super secret mouse toy hunter and bottle cap enthusiast. This boy gets high on life... and catnip!

Logan is cuddly and likes being petted and sleeping at the foot of your bed. He's a social guy who loves to be in the center of activity and gets along with other dogs and cats. In fact he'd love another animal friend or two to pounce on and wrestle with!

Logan likes food puzzles to challenge him and get out some of his nibble energy. His foster parents use a slow feeder and treat balls to get make his meals more stimulating and fun. 

Logan may be good for a person with cat allergies, because his coat is shiny/silky and he sheds less than an average cat. (If you have cat allergies, please ask staff about ways to manage them.)

Name: Logan (AKA Wolverine) 

Age: 2-4 years old

Reason in shelter: Found stray

Animal ID#: A30735179

Logan is not at the shelter; he is in foster care. If you are interested in adopting this kitty, please email the foster parent at ame@phillypaws.org

(updated 10/9/16 AW)



PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization. PAWS pulls at-risk animals from the City of Philadelphia's animal control shelter and adopts them out from several locations: our Old City adoption center (2nd and Arch Streets), our Northeast Adoption Center (1810 Grant Avenue); our Wellness Clinic at 2900 Grays Ferry Avenue; our adoption locations at the South Philly and Cottman Avenue PetSmart stores; and, our network of foster homes.

PAWS is dedicated to saving the lives of Philadelphia's homeless, abandoned and unwanted animals and is working to make Philadelphia a city in which every healthy and treatable pet is guaranteed a home.

When you adopt a pet from PAWS you truly save a life!

Please reference this animal's ID NUMBER when inquiring about this pet. Both PAWS Adoption Centers are open Monday-Friday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. PAWS' Wellness Clinic is open Monday - Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., but appointments are required for adoptions.

Adoption fees include age-appropriate vaccinations, spaying/neutering, and microchipping. No animals may be adopted without being spayed or neutered. Adoption fees are as follows: $150 for large adult dogs (older than 1 year); $250 for small dogs (under 25 lbs) and all puppies (under 1 year); $50 for adult cats (over 6 months of age), and $100 for kittens (under 6 months of age). When you adopt a pair of kittens together, the total adoption fee is $150.

Please visit our web site, 
www.phillypaws.org, for our full calendar of adoption events throughout the region, and for more information on adopting, fostering, volunteering, or donating.



About PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society

About Our Shelter...

PAWS is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to saving Philadelphia’s homeless, abandoned, and unwanted animals. PAWS is Philadelphia’s largest no-kill shelter and is working to make it a place in which every healthy and treatable pet is guaranteed a home. PAWS rescues animals at the city’s animal control shelter that are in the greatest danger of being euthanized and places them either up for adoption or into temporary foster homes. Through its adoption locations, special events, and foster care network, PAWS finds loving homes for thousands of animals each year. Support for PAWS funds lifesaving programs such as adoption and foster care, low-cost vaccinations, spay/neuter surgeries, and other efforts, all of which reduce and will ultimately eliminate the unnecessary killing of Philadelphia’s homeless animals.

Come Meet Our Pets...

PAWS Old City Adoption Center
100 N. 2nd Street (at Arch), Philadelphia, PA 19106
Ph: 215-238-9901

PAWS Northeast Adoption Center
1810 Grant Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19115
Ph: 215-545-9600

Both PAWS locations open:
Mon-Fri: 12-7, Sat: 11-7, Sun: 11-6

PAWS cats are also available for adoption every day of the week at the Cottman Avenue PETsMART and the South Philly PETsMART.
Hours: M-F: 3-6; Sat-Sun: 11-3

See our full calendar of adoption events: http://www.phillypaws.org/events

Our Adoption Process...

Dogs - Adoption Fee = $150 for adults, $200 for puppies (plus $16 for a dog license for Philadelphia residents)
All dogs and puppies are spayed or neutered prior to going home, vaccinated for: distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, parvovirus (DHPP - for puppies, the first in a series of three vaccinations that should be completed by the adoptive family either at the family veterinarian's office or by returning to PAWS for a $15 fee), bordetella and rabies (for dogs three months and older), dewormed (often the first in a series of treatments that should be completed by the adoptive family) and treated for fleas (treatment must continue after adoption to keep your pet flea free). An additional purchase of a dog license is required for Philadelphia residents. Never lose your best friend! All PAWS dogs are implanted with a 24 Petwatch microchip that you will register in your name after adoption.

Cats - Adoption Fee = $75 (6 months of age and younger), $50 (Older than 6 months)
All cats and kittens are spayed or neutered prior to going home, vaccinated for: panleukopenia, rhinotracheitis, calici, chlamydea (for kittens, the first in a series of vaccinations that should be completed by the adoptive family) and rabies (for cats three months and older), dewormed (often the first in a series of treatments that should be completed by the adoptive family) and treated for fleas (treatment must continue after adoption to keep your pet flea free). Never lose your best friend! All PAWS cats are implanted with a 24 Petwatch microchip that you will register in your name after adoption.