Cat Tales, Inc

A P.O.Box 165, Warminster, PA 18974 rescue helping to find loving homes for cats.

Pets at Cat Tales, Inc

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  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
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  • Female

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Areas Cat Tales, Inc Serves

Central Bucks county:
Bedminster
Buckingham
Chalfont
Doylestown
Doylestown
Dublin
Durham
East Rockhill
Falls
Hilltown
Ivyland
Langhorne
Lower Makefield
New Britain
New Britain
New Hope
Newtown
Newtown
Northampton
Perkasie
Plumstead
Quakertown
Richland
Richlandtown
Sellersville
Silverdale
Solebury
Telford
Trumbauersville
Upper Makefield
Upper Southampton
Warminster
Warrington
Warwick
West Rockhill
Wrightstown
Yardley;
and eastern Montgomery county:
Abington
Ambler
Bryn Athyn
Cheltenham
Fort Washington
Franconia
Hatboro
Hatfield
Hatfield
Horsham
Jenkintown
Lansdale
Lower Gwynedd
Lower Moreland
Montgomery
North Wales
Souderton
Telford
Towamencin
Upper Dublin
Upper Moreland
Whitpain

Cat Tales, Inc's Adoption Process

All of our applicants are screened to ensure cats are going to loving, caring homes. We also work to make sure the personality of the cat meshes well with the personality of the applicant. All cats are adopted on a first-come-first-adopted basis.

Applications take approximately 4-5 days to process. We require a current veterinary reference and two personal references. If you do not have a veterinarian at this time, we require the name of the veterinary professional that you plan on using for your new pet. We can suggest excellent veterinarians that we work with at Cat Tales.

Our adoption fees help cover the cost of the care and feeding of animals in our care and ensure that more cats can be saved. For any animal not spayed or neutered, a state mandated, refundable fee of $30 applies. This fee will be refunded when proof is furnished that the kitten you adopted has been spayed or neutered.

Adult cat adoption fee: $100.00 — All adult cats have rabies and distemper vaccines, along with FeLV/FIV tests (negative) and are spayed/neutered. Some cats are also declawed.

Adult cat adoption fee for cats older than 7-years old: $70.00 — The "seniors" discount is to encourage people to adopt the older cats with a full life ahead of them. All adult cats have rabies and distemper vaccines, along with FeLV/FIV tests (negative) and are spayed/neutered. Some cats are also declawed.

Kitten adoption fee: $125.00 - All kittens have vaccinations appropriate for their age. They have been tested negative for FeLV/FIV and dewormed.

About Cat Tales, Inc

We are an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit, no-kill rescue organization working to provide care and placement for homeless and unwanted cats.

Come Meet Cat Tales, Inc's Pets

PETsMART and PETCO have graciously allowed us to share our adoptable cats with the public. Volunteers care for our cats multiple times during the day. All volunteer times are approximate -- please call ahead to arrange a specific appointment time.

In Warminster, PA
PETsMART, 934 W Street Road, Warminster, PA - located near the intersections of Street Road and 263/York Road. PETsMART houses approximately 10-15 cats and kittens at any time. Our adoption center is behind glass and not always available for public interaction. Please call ahead to find out when a volunteer will be present and have the room open. — (215) 773-9016

PETCO, 624 York Road, Warminster, PA - located near the intersection of Street Road and 263/York Road. PETCO houses approximately 2-5 cats and kittens at any time. The adoption cages at this store are out in the open and available to visitors. — (215) 443-5225

In Doylestown, PA
Main Street Animal Hospital, 266 South Main Street, Doylestown, PA - located south of the center of Doylestown. The Hospital houses 1 or 2 cats or a litter of kittens. The adoption cage is in the lobby of the Hospital and available to visitors during office hours. — (215) 230-9633

Cat Tales, Inc's Adopted Pets

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Make a donation to Cat Tales, Inc to help homeless pets find homes

http://www.cattalesinc.org/Donations.html