Daphne is a 2-4 year old ex-momma whose kittens were all adopted without her. Now she is PAWS adoption center all by herself and is looking for a new home! She is a little shy but extremely sweet, and she does not mind being held for longer periods of time. She was in a foster home with smaller children and did wonderfully with them, and she would be fine in a home with other cats as long as they don't bully her. Don't be put-off by her funny face, give this sweet girl a chance!
Her Animal ID# is A04899562 2nd and Arch
George is a domestic short hair mix about 6-10 years old. He is a friendly guy with a calm temperament. He is playful and affectionate, very easy to handle. He would be a joy to have around - come adopt him today!
Her Animal ID# is A04673174
Connie is a domestic medium hair mix about 1-2 years old. She is a silly girl with a very playful personality. She likes to roll on her back, show her belly and invite you to a play and cuddle time. She is extremely outgoing, friendly and affectionate. She would brighten up your day and night - come adopt her today!
Her Animal ID# is A06007339
Coltrane is a wonderful senior cat who needs a home! He's about 11 years old and was surrendered to the shelter because his owners were moving. Coltrane is a very calm mature cat who loves to be pet! Meet Coltrane at the Northeast Philadelphia Petco, 9717 Roosevelt Boulevard. Adoption hours are Monday-Friday from 6-8pm and weekends from 11-3.
Her Animal ID# is A06153702-PETCO NE
Ariel is a grey-striped and white tabby who was brought to the shelter as a stray. She's about a year old and is a calm, attentive kitty. You'll love her cute little freckled nose! Please come meet Ariel, she'd love to go home with you.
Her Animal ID# is A06133581
This little tuxedo kitty won't take up much room in your home, but she will find a place in your heart. Renata was found as a stray and she's a little wary of life in the shelter. Won't you make her your new forever friend?
Her Animal ID# is A06211708
Pussyfoot is a 2-4 year old calico and white cat who was brought to the shelter when her owners moved. She is pretty and friendly with a very striking coat. Pussyfoot would love to go to a new home where she will have someone to rub up against. Please come meet her and see if she's the sweet calico cat you've been looking for.
Her Animal ID# is A06028479
Catsby is a velvety soft gray and white kitty who is very friendly. He has a cute little gray spot on his chin! He loves to get scratches and likes to have someone to chat with. Catsby was found as a stray and is hoping that you'll come take him home and be his forever friend. Please come to the shelter and meet him today.
His Animal ID# is A06221937
Mona is a beauty! This 1-2 year-old, fairly large cat has beautiful gray/brown tiger stripes with some very pretty orange highlights which contrast nicely with her bright white parts. Although Mona looks very sophisticated, she's a little bit scared to be in the shelter and really needs to get to a nice home where she can be her true, loving self. Please come meet Mona soon!
Her Animal ID# is A0620140
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IF YOU CAN FOSTER OR ADOPT AN ANIMAL: Come to the shelter (111 W. Hunting Park Avenue) immediately. A staff person or foster care volunteer will be thrilled to help you find the right animal(s) for you to take into safety. Foster care and adoption hours are 11 am to 6 pm every day of the week.
Directions to the shelter are available here: http://phillypaws.org/Directions/default.a
PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, is a donor-funded division of the Philadelphia Animal Care and Control Association (PACCA) dedicated to saving the lives of Philadelphia's homeless, abandoned and unwanted animals. Taking in nearly 30,000 animals each year, PAWS is dedicated to making Philadelphia a city in which all healthy and treatable animals are guaranteed a home. Supporting PAWS helps fund lifesaving initiatives including adoption and foster care programs, spay and neuter surgeries, low-cost vaccinations, and other community-based programming, all of which help reduce and will ultimately eliminate the unnecessary killing of Philadelphia's animals. For more information, please visit: www.phillypaws.org.
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