Looking to add a new companion to the family? There are dozens of lovable kitties up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Philadelphia, so you won't have to look far to find the perfect fit.
Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of cats available for adoption near you. Read on to meet some friendly, furry locals.
(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)
Willow, domestic longhair mix
Willow is a winsome female domestic longhair mix in the care of PAWS (Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society).
Willow gets along well with dogs and cats. She's mastered her house-training etiquette. Willow is spayed, and she has all her shots.
Here's more about Willow:
She is very much an indoor girl, but enjoys spending afternoons bathing in the sunshine. She also loves chasing laser pointers, hiding in cardboard boxes, playing with toys and more. Willow is very well-mannered and understands the word "No." She has excellent potty habits and never had a single accident. Her coat is thick and fluffy, and requires almost daily brushing to prevent mats.
Read more about how to adopt Willow on Petfinder.
Puma, American shorthair
Puma is a lovable female American shorthair cat staying at Furry Tales International Rescue Team.
Puma is the life of the party — she'll get along great with your other cats. She is spayed and has all her shots. No need to worry: She is already house-trained.
Here's more about Puma:
Puma is a one-year-old kitty, who interacts well with children.
Read more about Puma on Petfinder.
Pepper, domestic shorthair mix
Pepper is a female domestic shorthair mix currently housed at PAWS (Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society).
She's house-trained, spayed and has all her shots.
Here's more about Pepper:
Estimated to be two to four years old, she is friendly, fun and adorable.
Apply to adopt Pepper today at Petfinder.
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