My name is Pigpen!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in West Chester, Pennsylvania - Pigpen
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in West Chester, Pennsylvania - Pigpen
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Chester County SPCA

Facts about Pigpen

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray Or Blue
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 32253213
  • Hair: Unknown
These three male kittens came to me at one day old and weighing 4 or 5 ounces. Their birth date would be July 22, 2016.

They still had their umbilical cords attached, their eyes were closed and they had no teeth.

When their eyes started to open, we named Peepers because he had such big eyes compared to the other two.

Pirate had one eye open for a while, that is how he got his name. Pigpen was a very dirty kitten when he was very young, and that is why we named him that. He required a lot of baths.

The three boys are very affectionate. Peepers seems to be the most active and would always greet us first as we entered

the kitten room in our house. Pirate was the first to eat. Pigpen followed right behind the two.

The kittens are ready for a forever home. They were getting curious as to what was outside of their kitten room. They enjoy people and having a lot of kisses and having their heads scratched and being pet.

These three boys will make someone a very nice pet.

About Chester County SPCA

About Our Shelter...

Founded in 1929, the Chester County SPCA is totally independent of any other animal welfare organization. The CCSPCA is supported through voluntary contributions and fundraising events such as the annual Benefit Horse Show and the Walk for Paws.

Committed to providing services that solve the problems of animal suffering due to cruelty, neglect, ignorance, and overpopulation, we approach these problems not just through animal control, but also (and more importantly) through proactive programs aimed at the causes of animal problems.

An award-winning shelter, the CCSPCA is one of the finest, cleanest, most carefully run shelters in the country. This year we will take in over 5,000 homeless, unwanted, or abused animals from Chester and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania.

Each animal we rescue is lovingly cared for. Thousands receive shelter, food, vaccinations and a physical exam, and every attempt is made to find responsible, permanent homes for them.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Visit us at 1212 Phoenixville Pike in West Chester, PA. Check out our events listed on our web site:

Our Adoption Process...

Here’s what you need to bring to complete an adoption:

A current driver’s license (If your license doesn't show your current address, please bring the Change of Address supplement for your license or another proof of your current address.)
Proof of current rabies vaccination for any cat(s) and/or dog(s) currently in your home (state law requirement)
If you rent, proof of landlord approval for the pet you are considering (A copy of your lease is best to be sure you’re matched with an animal appropriate for the terms of your rental.)
If you're adopting a dog:
All people living in the home need to meet the dog to be sure he/she will be a good fit for everyone.
Any dogs already in your home need to meet the potential new family member to see if they’re likely to get along. (It may be easiest to first visit the shelter to select a dog and then go home to pick up any existing dogs. We’ll be happy to put a dog on hold for you for a few hours so you can pick up your dog(s).)
Please note that we only require that you offer suitable exercise; we don't require a fenced-in yard nor do we require home visits.
Appropriate handling items for the animal you are adopting: a carrier for a cat or other small animal (or one can be purchased for a small fee), a leash if you are adopting a dog
Necessary fees for adoption (Our adoption fees are available on this page: Adoption Fees.)
Please note that you do NOT need to be a resident of Chester County to adopt from us.