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How Adopt-a-Pet.com Helps Pittsburgh Kittens for Sale Find Homes

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This Page Contains

  • Pittsburgh Cat Adoption Story - Brother
  • The Option Everyone is Talking About in Pittsburgh - Adoption!
  • The Top 3 Reasons to Find a Pittsburgh Kitten or Cat from a Rescue
  • All Pittsburgh Cat / Kitten Rescues

Pittsburgh Cat Adoption Story - Brother

Do you need a cat in your life that purrs a lot and loves to hang around other cats? Consider Brother as a new addition to your home. Brother is a beautiful solid black kitty with a velvety coat and gorgeous green eyes that will follow you around the room curiously. You will still be able to go about your business, but Brother will insist he knows exactly what’s going on. This beautiful year old cat loves to play with other kitties and could probably not be rehomed without another cat, but the more, the merrier!

Brother was dropped off at the shelter as a three week old kitten that couldn’t even eat on his own. From there, a kind shelter employee raised him until he was old enough to find a permanent home, but no one wanted to adopt this black kitten, so at the shelter he stayed. As a ‘teenager’ kitty he was taken in by a rescue from the shelter and has been there ever since – purring away!

Brother is all ready to go home to the right family. He loves kids, cats, dogs, and even hamsters are just a thing of curiosity for Brother. He’s already neutered and vaccinated too, so the only thing to do is come see if you like him and watch him cuddle with you while you decide if he’s the kitty for you.

The Top 3 Reasons to Find a Pittsburgh Kitten or Cat from a Rescue Group

  1. Find a Better Match - It’s best for you and your next cat to be on the same page. Rescue group and animal shelter volunteers can help you identify the cat that best suits your lifestyle! Often they know the cats and kittens in their care and can help identify the right family member for you! Many people want a cat or kitten for sale in Pittsburgh who will be good with other pets or likes children. When you search for a kitten for sale from a Pittsburgh pet store or breeder it's rare to find such intimate knowledge about the tendencies and personalities of the kitten you are buying. But many shelter and rescue group staff do know the personalities of the animals in their care!
  2. Already Trained & Socialized & Healthy = More Affordable AND Less Stress - So many Pittsburgh cats for sale in rescue groups are just looking for a loving, forever home people! People are usually relieved to discover that the cats and kittens from rescue groups are already housetrained and well socialized. Furthermore, if you want to save money, Pittsburgh kittens and cats for sale from a rescue group are a great bargain. Animal shelters and rescue groups make sure pets are up to date on shots, spayed or neutered, and they are commonly also seen by a veterinarian.
  3. Be Part of the Solution! - Ask anyone who has ever found a cat or kitten from a local animal shelter or rescue group and they will tell you their new cat or kitten is extra loving and grateful to have been saved! When you adopt a cat or kitten in Pittsburgh it allows for another local Pittsburgh cat or kitten to be taken in and saved as well. You are Part of the Solution, making the world better for your community and for animals!

The Option Everyone is Talking About in Pittsburgh - Adoption!

Have you ever seen an adorable cat or kitten up for adoption and featured on your local news channel? Those great cats and kittens aren’t rare finds! They are the norm, and just about everywhere - including Pittsburgh, there are too many pets and not enough homes choosing to adopt them. Unfortunately, many animals are still not spayed or neutered resulting in thousands of unwanted cats and kittens each year.

It's a common misconception to think Pittsburgh cats and kittens for sale at a rescue group or animal shelter must have something wrong with them. That could not be further from the truth. These cats and kittens end up homeless because their former owner had a financial hardship, got divorced, moved, or simply was neglectful and let their cat or kitten go. These cats and kittens – and so many of them right here in Pittsburgh, did nothing wrong. Most of them were being good pets before their owners fell through.

When you adopt a cat or kitten from an animal shelter instead of buying a kitten for sale from a Pittsburgh pet store or Pittsburgh cat breeder, it saves many lives! You will not only rescue the cat or kitten you adopt, but you will also be helping the next feline who gets a chance because of the open space at the shelter. Listed below are many advantages to finding a Pittsburgh, cat or kitten for sale from a rescue group.

Pittsburgh Area Kitten & Cat Rescues

  • White Oak Animal Safe Haven, Inc. - 2295 Lincoln Way, White Oak PA 15131
  • Paws of My Heart - Western PA PA 15219
  • Camp Haven Rescue Inc. - 1907 Route 2023, Monongahela PA 15063
  • Animal Friends, Inc. - 562 Camp Horne Road, Pittsburgh PA 15237
  • Kiski Valley Cat & Kitten Rescue, Inc. - PO Box 19, Apollo PA 15613
  • Community Angel Network - 125 West Third St, Greensburg PA 15601
  • Animal Angels No-Kill Rescue - 419 Three Mile Hill, Mount Pleasant PA 15666
  • Critter Care Adoptions Inc. - Evans City PA 16033

 

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