Meow! My name is Kitty **Courtesy Posting**
Kitty **Courtesy Posting**'s Info...
|Breed:||Calico||Color:||Calico Or Dilute Calico||Age:||Adult|
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
** Neighborhood Courtesy Posting: Project MEOW has not handled this cat. Please contact the rescuer directly with questions about this cat.**
Please meet Kitty! She is living full time outdoors in West Philadelphia, but is definitely looking for a warm place to snuggle!
Kitty is approximately 2 years old, a gorgeous Polydactyl (extra toe on each paw!) calico who was the kitten of a stray cat in the neighborhood, who has since passed away. She has been fed by her caretaker since only a few weeks old, and has made progress in returning affection – rubbing up against legs for more food or attention, and allowing for quick pets while her food is being refreshed. With a lot of one on one attention in an indoor environment, Kitty will blossom! She is very smart and independent, seemingly gets along with dogs (she doesn’t mind when her caretaker’s dog is outside), and should be easy to litterbox train, as she currently uses an outdoor flowerpot…
Kitty is spayed, vaccinated, and FIV/FeLV negative. There is a small adoption fee of $25, which will be donated to a local animal rescue group. Food and any supplies you may need to get started with for Kitty’s furever home will be provided - this gal deserves a home where she can be pampered!
If you would like to adopt her, DO NOT CONTACT PROJECT MEOW; instead please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203 233 3790 with any questions you might have, and to meet Kitty!
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