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My name is Peanut!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Colmar, Pennsylvania - Peanut
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Stray Cat Blues

Facts about Peanut

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10517KH
  • Hair: Short
Peanut  
Estimated Date of Birth  -  April 02, 2016

Peanut and his brother Snickers were rescued from an Industrial Park in Blue Bell. Peanuts has been neutered and his vaccines are up to date. 

Peanut is a small black and white male tuxedo kitty that was injured prior to being  rescued. Something almost tore two toes off and severly wounded his left back leg.    Peanut has been struggling to heal with the extent of his injuries and infections but he has remained happy and loving.  He has received laser treatments, stitches down his entire leg that wouldn't hold due to the wounds being so large and now daily cleanings and wrappings to try and save his little leg.  Progress is slow but we remain hopeful.   Peanut is still under a 6 month quarantine until later in December, which is required by the county due to the possibility of rabies surfacing since we have no idea what attacked him when he was a 3 month old kitten.

Peanut gets along with other friendly kitties of all ages and loves to be where you are when he is home with his Foster Mom.   He is  currently staying at the Vet Hospital again for two weeks of daily treatments before a determination is made on his leg.  

Peanuts could really use a Sponsor to help with his vet bills as they are ongoing at this point and he would love to meet you when he is once again healthy and out of pain.

To sponsor Peanut please email us at savingstrays@yahoo.com. Thank you!

UPDATE 11/21: After 4 long weeks in rehab, Peanut  finally got to go back to his Foster  Home  where he is having so much  fun  playing with 4 kittens.  His  wounds  are  finally  healed  and he is still on  Pain Meds  twice a day for the  nerve damage on his  leg. We will  start weaning him  off  of  the  Pain Meds in  a  couple  of  weeks  to see if  he  is  still  having  pain  in his leg.   The  damaged  nerve endings don't always  heal quickly or correctly and we have to make sure he is having  NO  pain  before  releasing him  for adoption.  If  everything  goes as  planned he should be  ready to find his  forever home the  week  before  Christmas.     Peanut is available for  Meet and  Greets  if you  have an approved  application.    He is a  gentle  sweet  little  guy that  would make a  Great  first time  kitty  or  an addition  to another  kitty.

Like what you see? Please go to www.straycatblues.org to access the Stray Cat Blues page, where you can see information on our adoption process and access a link to our online adoption application. And Thank You for considering adopting this cat.

About Stray Cat Blues

About Our Rescue Group...

Officially, Stray Cat Blues, Inc. is a no-kill, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing rescue and placement to stray, abandoned, and feral cats. Personally, SCB is a small group of dedicated volunteers who work tirelessly to find loving, life-long homes for cats. We are professional in our practices, but we are emotional on the subject of homeless cats, and the ways in which we humans can work to prevent this epidemic of strays.

Stray Cat Blues actively works to find permanent homes for the stray cats in our program. Our kittens and cats are exposed to the pet-loving public at our different adoption locations (see Come Meet our Pets section below) to facilitate adoptions and to provide visibility for our organization. Our cats can also be seen online at www.adoptapet.com.

Most of our cats offered for adoption are strays and their offspring that are rescued off the streets.

For those stray cats that are more wary of humans, especially feral cats, we can help humanely trap, sterilize and either return them if the area they live in is safe and they are being fed, or we house them and adopt them out as barn cats.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Thanks from the cats
and all of us at Stray Cat Blues!

Come Meet Our Pets...

PetsMart North Wales- Saturday & Sunday 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM (additional cats on display over the weekends);
Volunteers are also present at Petsmart North Wales~ Mon., Weds. & Fri. 6:30 - 8:30 PM
145 Witchwood Dr, North Wales, PA (215) 699-9366

Petsmart - Collegeville -
Saturday & Sunday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM;
Volunteers are also present some weekday evenings and every Friday 6:30-9:00PM;
In the Providence Town Center at the intersection of Route 29 and Arcola Road, Collegeville, PA 610-489-8240

Green Lane Veterinary Hospital - 3015 Main Street, Green Lane PA (215) 234-0434
One or two of our adoptable cats can be seen during normal business hours;
Mon., Weds., Fri., Sat. - 9 AM to 5 PM and Tues. & Thurs. 7:30 AM to 9 PM

Our Adoption Process...

We require an application with vet references or a home visit. All the animals are screened for feline leukemia and FIV, inoculated, sterilized and wormed when they first come to us. Healthy, adoptable cats and kittens are then housed through our network of foster homes. Our adoption fee is only $95. (Fee can be paid by cash or check at our Petsmart North Wales/Montgomeryville location. At our Collegeville location, the fee can be paid by cash, check, or credit card.)

If you are interested in adopting a cat, you can find our online adoption application at our website - www.straycatblues.org. On the side of the page there is a section labeled Quick Adoption Links. Click on the link for application to adopt a House Cat. Click on this link, fill out this short form, and be sure to click Submit at the bottom. One of our Adoption Reps will then contact you within a couple of days to guide you through the adoption process.

Alternately you can complete a paper application at Petsmart when we have SCB volunteers present (see times for adoption showings). Questions - email us at: savingstrays@yahoo.com. We are happy to answer general questions, and also put you in touch with the foster families for questions about specific cats.