Welcome to Stray Cat Blues!



Welcome!  For over 20 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.


Stray Cat Blues is a Best Friends Animal Society Network Partner!  The Best Friends Network, made up of hundreds of shelters, rescue groups and other animal welfare organizations in all corners of the country, is committed to saving the lives of homeless pets through collaboration and implementation of effective adoption, spay/neuter and intake prevention programs.   


Meet Handsome Elmer!  Three year old Elmer has the build of a Siamese - long and lean.  He was found outside the front door of a Lansdale home begging to go inside.  While checking with her neighbors she uncovered Elmer's sad story.  His previous owner had just tired of him and put him outside to fend for himself.


Elmer is now at the Stray Cat Blues Whiskers Way Station enjoying chasing laser lights, batting toy mice, chasing balls and climbing cat trees.  He enjoys relaxing in the sun on the window sill watching all the activity outside.  He's doing well but can be a bit testy at times so a home without young children would be best.  He would love to find his forever family in time for Christmas!


If Elmer is the cat for you, click here and fill out an Adoption Application.


Each of the following kitties has had their adoption fee paid by a generous donor as an incentive for you to adopt them!  Once approved, take your new best friend home for free!  Found the cat for you?  Click here to fill out an adoption application!


Can't adopt, but want to help a kitty to find a home.  Sponsorships work!  Click on the Donate tab at the top of this page, and donate the $95 adoption fee for a cat.  Just put the name of the kitty you want to sponsor in the Special Instructions box when you donate.  And thank you!  Donations like this make a direct impact in the life of a cat!

Dante - 2 years old - 

This very handsome kitty had a rough start to his life but you would never know it. Dante is very affectionate and loves people and will do almost anything for a head rub and cheek scratch. Dante was rescued from a farm where he was not properly cared for. He was eager to get in the carrier and on to an indoor life! Dante is approximately 2 years old. He's been through a lot and during his time outdoors, he contracted FIV. In spite of being FIV+, he is in tip-top health. FIV positive kitties can live long, healthy lives.  Please ask us for information.

Guy - 8 years old - 

Guy is approximately 8 1/2 year old former stray cat who used to live in an alley in Norristown. He was adopted into a family with a small child, but they returned him recently because he and the small child were not getting along. Because of that, Guy needs to go into a home where there are no small children. Unfortunately, he also needs to be an only cat because he doesn't get along with other cats. He is a love with adult people. When Stray Cat Blues rescued him we discovered he has a food allergy and there is only one food that agrees with him and that is Royal Canin Ultamino.


Jonas - 4 years old - 

My name is Jonas!  I am a 4 year old black male who is super sweet and gentle.  I was rescued during the storm that I am named after.  I love being petted and rolling on my back so that you can rub my belly and I will purr up a storm for you! Please adopt me!

During my time on the streets I contracted FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) With FIV, I can still live a long and happy life. It just means my immune system may be a bit compromised. 


Julius - 4 years old - 

Julius is a very good-looking black and white cat. He is approximately 4 years old and had a rough life in the colony where he was found. It’s possible that he was once a pet as he was previously neutered and had worn down fur around his neck as if he once wore a collar. He is extremely friendly with people. He does not have a mean bone in his body and is very content. 

Unfortunately, he tested positive for FIV, which means he has a supressed immune system. FIV+ cats can live good, long lives and so far, Julius has done just that. 

Julius would be happy as an “only” kitty, but could also go to a home with a laid-back resident cat


Katy - 11 years old - 

Hi I'm Katy. I'm a very sweet and very petite, 11-year old kitty. I was originally rescued in Sellersville and was adopted. However due to a change in health and living arrangements, they were no longer able to take care of me and I came back to Stray Cat Blues. I've had all senior blood work and the Vet says everything looks good. I do have a little stiffness in one of my back legs so I need a short litterbox, or at least one short side. I've always been an only cat so I don't know how I'd do with other cats. At this point in my life, I'd like a quiet home with no young children. I love windows and like being brushed. I'm also okay with getting my claws clipped. I know there is someone out there who is looking for a kitty just like me to be their companion.


Lucy - 8 months old - 

Lucy is a feisty, high energy little ball of love.  She is a smart little girl, as she figured out where a lot of people were and decided to hang out there since she didn’t have a home. She was found at the Post Office, begging for food.  Her rescuer called Stray Cat Blues to see if we had room for one more. Lucy is so grateful to not be hungry, have a soft bed to sleep in with cuddly blankets, toys to play with, and someone to love and pet her. She is incredibly smart.

Lucy has started going to the Petsmart in Collegeville on weekends, if you would like to meet her or fill out an adoption application for her and we can set up a personal meet and greet with you. Lucy looks like a big girl in her pictures but she is small. Her estimated date of birth is 1/20/18.

Looking for a way to help Stray Cat Blues?


We now have an Amazon Wish List!  Just click here, and you can choose from a variety of supplies that Stray Cat Blues needs in order to help care for cats in our foster homes and at our adoption centers.  You can have the items sent directly to us by clicking on Gift Registry Address as the location to send the items.  


Thank you for your help! 


Like to help in a different way?  Check out our Donations Page by clicking here for other ways to donate to Stray Cat Blues, or to Volunteer click here to go to our Volunteer Page.


Donations to Stray Cat Blues' New Whiskers Way Station (Shelter)!

After 20 years of finding homes for stray cats, we've finally found a home of our own!  The new space will expand our capacity and flexibility, and allow us to increase the number of cats that we can help.


Can you help to contribute to our shelter?  There are renovations and equipment that are needed to make our new house a home.  Your generous donation for any item listed below will be recognized by having your name listed on a plaque at the facility and on our website (unless you wish to remain anonymous).  Thank you!

Shelter Donations

I would like to help Stray Cat Blues, Inc. rescue more cats by providing the following for their housewarming. (If you wish to remain anonymous, please indicate such in the Special Instructions section of the checkout process.)

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Winter 2017 Newsletter!  


We could not do it without you!  Read about some of the wonderful success stories we have had this past year.   Without additional financial support from the community, we could not continue our cat and kitten rescue work.  Our expenses increase every year and our adoption fees do not cover them.  So, please take a look at what we do, check out of Facebook page, and if you support our goals, make a donation.  To donation, please click here.  And thank you from the kitties and our volunteers!

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Just look at this adorable little face...don't you wish that you could snuggle a kitten each and every day?  Well, you're in luck, because Stray Cat Blues is always seeking volunteers!  Right now we can especially use animal lovers interested in providing foster care and TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) services in the Montgomery and Bucks County area.  


For both roles, we offer plenty of training and support, so no matter how experienced you are in animal rescue work, we definitely have a place for you.  Stray Cat Blues members work together as a team committed to providing the best care possible to as many cats as possible, and we cannot do it without YOUR help.  If you think you can volunteer even a few hours of your time, please fill out an application here (click here), and one of our grateful team members will get in touch with you to welcome you to the family.


At present, Stray Cat Blues is not taking on new TNR trapping projects, primarily due to not having the volunteers needed to support an effective TNR program. For a list of other groups providing TNR and related services in the Philadelphia and surrounding regions, click here.


Locations and Hours

We show cats at Petsmart North Wales Montgomeryville, Petsmart Collegeville, 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.


Click here to pay your Cat Adoption Fee by Paypal

Click here for Information and Tickets for the 2019 Jamboree! 


Check out our recent newsletters.  Click here.

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