Finding Homes for Stray Cats, Through Fostering and Adoption Assistance
Finding Homes for Stray Cats, Through Fosteringand Adoption Assistance

Welcome to Stray Cat Blues!



Welcome!  For over 15 years Stray Cat Blues has been working to help stray, abandoned and feral cats in Montgomery and Bucks Counties, and the surrounding areas.  In addition to fostering and adoption of friendly cats and kittens, our group actively encourages Trap Neuter Return spay and neuter of feral cats.  

Here's What's Happening at Stray Cat Blues...


Please make a donation to our Shelter Fund to help us buy a building of our own.  Click here for more information and to make a donation.

Dennie Needs Your Help!


Dennie was born outside around August 3, 2014, and was living a hard life in a mobile home park when he was rescued.  Dennie is a very sweet and extremely affectionate boy.  He loves attention and follows his foster mom everywhere, twirling around her feet.   


When Dennie came to his foster home it was noticed that he tilted his head to the side, and had some discharge from his ear.  He received treatment to correct the ear infection, but at the re-check a problem was found.  The vet identified a polyp in Dennie’s ear canal.  The polyp caused his ear infection, and would continue to cause more ear infections if it was not removed.  Dennie needs a surgery called a Bulla Osteotomy to remove the polyp.  


There are only a few doctors who can do this delicate and complicated surgery.  The surgery will cost $2500 at Brandywine Valley Veterinary Hospital and Surgical Referral Service.  If Dennie doesn't have the surgery, he will have chronic ear infections his whole life. The vet believes that with the surgery, Dennie will have an excellent prognosis, and will need minimal follow up care!


Please consider making a special donation below to Stray Cat Blues to help pay the cost of Dennie’s surgery.  With your help we can get him well and into a loving adoptive home very soon!

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Please make a special donation through Paypal to Stray Cat Blues to help pay for Dennie's ear surgery. (In the Special Instructions field, please put For Dennie.) Thank you for your support!

Please make a special donation through Paypal to Stray Cat Blues to help pay for Dennie's ear surgery. (In the Special Instructions field, please put For Dennie.) Thank you for your support!

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Cats of the Month

Here are a few cats that you should really take a look at....

The "S" kitties are Super Stars! - Sampson,  Serena, Sequoia, Sapphire, and Sophia


The “S” kitties are five kittens trapped along with their momma Sabrina outside of a home in Boyertown. There are four tortoiseshell color girls named Serena, Sequoia, Sapphire, and Sophia and an orange boy, named Sampson. (UPDATE: Sampson and Serena have been adopted!!)


We are all still a little shy, but we are young and playful and can’t wait to get settled in real homes of our own!

Especially if your name starts with an “S”, please consider adopting one or more of us, but as long as you love us and take real good care of us, we’ll love you regardless of your name!


These kittens are all spayed/neutered, litterbox trained, up to date on vaccinations, and tested negative for FeLV and FIV. Their estimated date of birth is 6/11/2014.


For some reason, these kitties keep being overlooked.  If you are looking to add a kitten to your home, please consider adopting one or more of the Super Star kittens.  


To submit an adoption application for a Super Star kitty, click here.



Donner, like most of our kittens, was born outdoors to a stray mama cat.  He came to Stray Cat Blues when he was 8 weeks old, the perfect age for taking a kitten from his mama.  He was adopted when he was just a couple of months old, but, sadly was returned when he developed some urinary issues.  Those issues have been resolved and are just a part of his history.  He ALWAYS uses the litter pan now.  He gets along with other cats and he was used to a dog in his adoptive home.  He is only about 2 1/2 years old and is sweet and lovable as they come. As his pictures show, he is a shiny-coated, sleek, healthy young cat who needs a permanent home.  He is living in a foster home now and he can be met there or at Petsmart.  

To submit an adoption application for Donner, click here.



My rescue parents call me Mainer because I am a fluffy male long hair Norwegian Forest Cat with a mane around my head. I am multi-colored grey, white, tan and some tabby striping. I am very big (14+ lbs) and beautiful when my fur is fully grown in. I was groomed in early March. I am 5 to 7 years old. 

I am very cautions from living outdoors on my own for a while but once I warm up to you and trust you, I am very affectionate, gentle and loving. I will lay on your lap for hours and purr very loudly if you pet me. I like kisses too. 

I have perfect litter box habits. I am neutered, had all my shots, have been wormed (round & tapes), but I am FIV+. (My foster parents or the Adoption Reps at Stray Cat Blues would be happy to talk to you about FIV and help you understand it.) I am in excellent health. I need to find a forever home that is 100% indoors. I prefer to be with quiet adults because I am quiet and shy. It might be best if I am an only cat - that way I don't have to compete for attention. 

At some time in my past I was someones pet and I would like to be someones special boy again. 

To submit an adoption application for Mainer, click here.


Locations and Hours

We show cats at Petsmart North Wales Montgomeryville, Petsmart Collegeville, Pet Supplies "Plus", and Green Lane Vet


Click here for full information on hours.


Click here for maps showing our locations.

Quick Adoption Links

Click here to see cats we have available for adoption. 


Click here to submit an application to adopt a House Cat.


Click here to submit an application to adopt a Barn Cat.


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