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My name is Sprout!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Trexlertown, Pennsylvania - Sprout
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Trexlertown, Pennsylvania - Sprout
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Trexlertown, Pennsylvania - Sprout
Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Trexlertown, Pennsylvania - Sprout
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I'm being cared for by:
The Cat Shack, Inc

Facts about Sprout

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Tan Or Fawn (Mostly)
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Unknown
  • ID#: 10453873-C160127
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Please contact Devon for more information about this pet.Sprout and her siblings were born outside to a feral mom.  Luckily, she was born close to a dog daycare, and the nice people who work there were already feeding her mom.  When they saw Sprout and her siblings, they knew they had to help them, so they called The Cat Shack.  We trapped all the kittens, and mom.  Mom was spayed and returned to be cared for at the daycare, but the kittens were friendly enough to stay with The Cat Shack and find forever homes.

Sprout is a sweet, tan tabby girl with some orange tint mixed in.  She is very striking.  Sprout loves to run and play with her siblings, and would love to be adopted with one of them, or to a family that has an active cat for her to play with.  Sprout also likes to cuddle, and is learning that people can be fun to play and cuddle with, too.  

Sprout is currently staying at our offsite adoption center at Dog Town in Colmar, PA, and would love it if you would come say hi to her.  She may be just the kitten you are looking for.

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.


Adopting from The Cat Shack

The Cat Shack rescue is all volunteer and the adopted cats are delivered to your home. Because we deliver the cats to you, we must restrict the adoptions of our highly adoptable cats to a 1 hour drive from the Allentown PA area. In certain situations, 'special-needs' cats, ferals and older cats will be adopted to homes at a greater distance then a 1 hour drive from Allentown PA.

The first step in adoption is to...

Fill out an on-line application:

House Cat Application | Barn Cat Application

Young KITTENS are always adopted in Pairs or to homes with other felines already in the home. Click here to read why kittens are happier with a buddy!

All cats are vaccinated, dewormed, tested and altered as part of the adoption contract. This basic care (and other vet work required to make our rescues healthy) is included in the $85 adoption donation!



About The Cat Shack, Inc

About Our Rescue Group...

The Cat Shack is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization staffed by volunteers.

We keep all of our rescued cats until they get adopted and will treat all medical issues identified by our vets. All of our pets are fostered in the homes of volunteers and we utilize our adoption centers in the PetsMart in Whitehall PA, the Petvalu in East Greenville and and Petvalu in Quakertown to help us find homes for our rescued pets.

Our group also has a very active Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) program where feral cats are altered and returned to their original location to live out their lives without reproducing.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We always have many cats and kittens listed on our website at www.thecatshack.com, plus we have adoption centers where you can meet some of our cats live in the following locations:
PetsMart in Whitehall PA, the Petvalu in East Greenville and and Petvalu in Quakertown.

Our Adoption Process...

We ask our adopters to fill out a brief application. We seek adopters that will provide a loving home for the life of the pet with proper vet care.

The Cat Shack adoption contract states that the adopter will keep the cat safe, provide vet care and will return the cat to the Cat Shack rescue if the owners find that they can no longer keep their pet.

The Cat Shack adoption fee is $75 and includes FeLV/FIV testing, vaccines, deworming, the spay or neuter plus any other medical issues needed. This often includes dentals and other expensive vet work.