Meow! My name is Lex (Courtesy)
Lex (Courtesy)'s Info...
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and not good with dogs.
Lex was a tough street cat for about two years until last Winter, when he snuck into the cellar of his current caretaker. She trapped and neutered him, and after being released back outside, he stayed away from her. Then over the Summer, he had a change of heart, and once he trusted her enough to be touched, he couldnt get enough human affection! He learned very quickly to be gentle with people, and not use teeth or claws; hes quite talkative, using a wide range of vocalizations to express exactly what is on his mind. Lex loves human company (hes a bit shy at first, but will quickly warm up once he knows he can trust you), and relishes long petting sessions curled up on a warm lap. He likes cats who do not challenge him, yet not comfortable with dogs; kids though, may be ok, but best discussed with his foster mommy. Please contact Margie at firstname.lastname@example.org to meet this cuddly boy with mesmerizing green eyes!
Rescue Group Info...
Project MEOW is an all-volunteer, animal welfare group that humanely reduces the stray cat population in West Philadelphia through rescue/adoption, assisting the residents who feed and care for stray cats, and Trap, Neuter and Release or TNR (where appropriate)
Please mail donations to the address above.
Baltimore Pet Shop
4532 Baltimore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19143-3705
Individual foster homes
1. Adoption Application
2. Verification of veterinarian and personal references as well as Landlord (if applicable).
3. After approval, meeting is set up to between potential adopter and foster parent/pet.
4. After meeting, usually within 24-48 hours, adoption finalization meeting is set.
5. Contract is signed, fee of $85 is paid
We serve stray and feral cats in the following zipcodes of West Philadelphia: 19104, 19139, and 19143