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My name is Meeka!

American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Horsham, Pennsylvania - Meeka
Photo 1 - American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Horsham, Pennsylvania - Meeka
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Kitty Junction Inc.

Facts about Meeka

  • Breed: American Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 41782
  • Hair: Short

Hi there! My name is Meeka or “Mo Cheeks” as some affectionately call me. I am a small brown, dilute female tabby cat approximately 2 years old. I was found in SW Phila where I had joined up with a feral colony that was being fed by a volunteer. Because I was so very friendly and because the area I was found is known to be a dumping ground for unwanted pets, my rescuers believe that I sadly was probably abandoned there. I really gave the volunteer who came to feed us a scare because when she saw me for the first time I had a golf-ball sized abscess on my cheek caused by a really bad infection, hence my nick name Mo-Cheeks. I was quickly whisked to the vet where my wound was drained and cleaned and now completely healed. I think I knew that they were trying to help me, because the volunteer said that I sat quietly through the whole procedure not making a peep. I am a very sweet, quiet and calm girl that gets along well with other cats but that I would do just fine by myself too. I would be good with older kids but younger ones would probably scare me into wanting to hide a lot. I do really like people and will follow you around the house hoping that maybe you might offer me a treat or two. If you would like to give me my own furever home, please fill out an adoption application for me!! If you have any questions at all about me, please email as they would love for me to have my own loving family that would keep me safe so I never had to worry about being abandoned again.

About Kitty Junction Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Kitty Junction Inc. is an all-volunteer 501(C)(3) nonprofit rescue group that was established by a group of animal lovers experienced in animal rescue. We are dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned, abused and homeless cats/kittens.

Our Mission:
To come to the aid of abandoned, abused and stray cats by providing medical care including spaying/neutering and vaccinations, and foster homes until a permanent adoption home can be found.

To perform Feral Cat TNR (Trap, Neuter & Return) Projects locally and in low income areas with the aid of grants and donations in order to reduce the unwanted pet population.

To help provide pet food when possible to families experiencing financial hardships so that they may be able to afford to keep their pets.

To educate the public concerning the importance of spaying/neutering to help reduce the unwanted pet overpopulation.

To promote and advance public education concerning responsible cat ownership.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

Upcoming Meet n Greets!!

If there is a particular cat or kitten you would like to meet at one of our adoption events, please feel free to email us at ahead of time, so we make every effort possible for that kitty to be there!!

Sunday, March 29th
11am to 3pm

Pet Photos with the Easter Bunny!!
Pet Valu
464 North Main Street, Doylestown, PA 18901
(215) 489-7810

Warminster PA
11am to 2pm

11am to 2pm
Pet Supplies Plus
1661 Easton Road, Warrington, PA 18976
(215) 491-2052)

12pm to 3pm
Cutters Mill Pet Store
4275 County Line Rd, Chalfont, PA 18914
(215) 997-5052


Our Adoption Process...

1. Fill out our adoption application at our website - Be open and honest about your situation and what you are looking for in a cat/kitten. Give us the opportunity to match you up with a cat(s)/kitten(s) that will make your adoption a successful experience! If you have pets or did previously, we require your vet information and we will call them to verify that your pets are in good health, current on vaccines and spayed/neutered. If everything looks to be a good match or more information is needed, a Kitty Junction volunteer will reach out to you within 24 hours. By filling out our application, you are under no obligation to adopt the cat or kitten being applied for, but it does allow the foster mom to bring the cat or kitten to your home for the home visit. If at that time, you do not think that the cat or kitten is the one for you, we can make other suggestions based on the information you provided in your application. **While we are hopeful to approve all applications, we do reserve the right to decline an application if we believe that it is not in the best interest of our animals.**

2. The next step is a home visit, where the Kitty Junction foster parent and the new cat/kitten come to your home to verify it is a safe and nurturing environment. It is also a time where the foster parent can answer questions, discuss safety precautions and offer advice on how to best introduce your new cat/kitten to existing family members and pets. Our foster volunteers have spent most of their free time and many a sleepless night caring for some of our cats and kittens so a home check is also a reassurance for them that the animal they spent so much time saving and have come to love will be in a safe and loving home. If everyone is happy, an adoption contract is completed, adoption fee collected and the foster parent will leave your new pet with you so that you can begin to build a happy and long life together!

Adoptions are followed up with a phone call a few days after delivery to see how things are going. We are always available to help resolve any issues that may arise. During the adjustment period we encourage you to keep in contact with the foster parent. This will give you the opportunity to ask questions of the person who knows the animal best.

Adoption Fees
Kitty Junction Inc. is a non-profit 501(C)(3) made up entirely of volunteers. While we do not like having to charge adoption fees, they are necessary in order for us to be able to continue saving the lives of abandoned, abused and sick cats and kittens. Our adoption fees cover the cost of spaying/neutering, vaccines and FIV and Luekemia testing. The veterinary bills for some of our cats and kittens has far surpassed our adoption fees, some even in the thousands of dollars range, so any donations above the required adoption fee is welcomed and extremely appreciated!

Kitten (Under 1 year of age) - $90.00
Adult (Bewteen the ages of 1 and 9) - $55.00
Senior (Ten years and older) - $35.00

With a few exceptions, cats are very social animals. For that reason, in households with no current pets, we strongly recommend that cats (especially kittens) are adopted in pairs. For families that work full time or who have busy schedules, cats adopted in pairs can offer each other companionship in both play and sleep for the long hours that you are not home. Cats that have a playmate tend to be more socially well-adjusted and avoid behavior problems such as shyness, biting, hissing, being frightened and hiding in the company of people they don't know.

Because we have found that adoptions have a much higher success rate when cats and kittens are adopted as pairs, we offer reduced adoption fees for adopted pairs!!

Pair of Kittens (Under 1 year of age) - $115.00
Pair of Adult Cats (Between the ages of 1 and 9)- $80.00
Pair of Seniors (over the age of 10)- $55.00