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.
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.
Amanda and three siblings were found in a backyard in Hatfield when they were about three weeks old. Amanda was the smallest. All were healthy except Amanda who was bottle fed for two weeks. Amanda was underweight and had one upper respiratory infection after another, along with pneumonia and eye infections and couldn’t gain weight. At seven weeks she had four grand mal seizures in one day. She went on to have seizures that might happen once a day or once a week. She was put on phenobarbital which helped lessen the severity of the seizures but then she started loosing her eyesight. Amanda went to a neurologist who stated she needs a MRI and a spinal tap to determine the cause of her medical issues. The cost will be $2600.00 which places a huge burden on the finances of Stray Cat Blues which relies on donations. Stray Cat Blues is asking for donations that will be dedicated only for Amanda’s care. Please help!
Please click here to go to our Donations page, and make a donation to help with Amanda's care. And Thank You!
Here are a few cats that you should really take a look at....
I was rescued from a Collegeville backyard where I was part of a small feral colony. A few cat-loving homeowners were trying to catch us all and get us sterilized. I was about 7 months old when I was rescued but they were able to pick me up and put me in a carrier. I didn’t need to be trapped. Because I was around people since I was born I wasn’t really afraid. But I am very shy in new situations. But if you give me a chance you’ll see that once I learn to trust you, I can be very sweet.
I’m very beautiful too. My fur is very soft and I’m a somewhat rare orange tabby female (most are male). I get along with other cats but have never met a dog. I would probably do best in a quiet household of adults only or one with older patient children.
I was born about April 1, 2013. I’m very healthy and am anxiously awaiting my forever home.
Shiloh is spayed, litterbox trained, is up to date on vaccinations, and tested negative for FeLV and FIV.
To submit an adoption application for Shiloh, click here.
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.
LIZA - Take Another Look at Me!
Sweet Tabby on White Little Girl!
Loves to play with her laser toy!
Loves to sit on her foster dad’s chair and watch TV with him!
Loves her some catnip!
Check out this sweet little tabby girl with a white belly! This is Liza. Liza is a sweetheart, but it may take some time for her to become comfortable in new surroundings. We promise it will be worth the wait!
Liza was a young mom dumped at Animal Control in Philadelphia. A kitten herself, she was much too young to be nursing a litter herself. Liza seems to be wary and sometimes fearful of other cats. This is not to say she would never do well with other cats, but it might take some time. This is not all that unusual with a young female kitten that has been abused by stray adult male cats. She just needs time to adjust and someone special who will give her that time. Liza would likely do just fine in a home with a dog!
Liza is very sweet. She will snuggle with you on the couch and even take to strangers that stop by. She especially likes a windowsill where she will watch the birds for hours!
Liza has tested negative for both Feline Leukemia and FIV. She has been spayed, dewormed and received all of her vaccinations. Please think about giving a home to this sometimes shy, but very sweet and precious tabby girl!
To submit an adoption application for Liza, click here.
We show cats at Petsmart North Wales Montgomeryville, Petsmart Collegeville, Pet Supplies "Plus", and Green Lane Vet
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