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.
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!
Chubbs - 4 years old -
Chubbs is a 4 year old cat. This poor guy was found hanging around an elementary school in Philadelphia. He had already been neutered, but after testing he also showed that he is FIV positive. Chubbs has many prior wounds on his ears which the vet seems to think is frost bite, or flea bites. This poor guy deserves a loving home! He is the sweetest and most affectionate big boy! He loves to be petted and loves companionship. He gets along with other cats and can live with them. In spite of being FIV+, he is in tip-top health. FIV positive kitties can live long, healthy lives. Please ask us for information.
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.
Kamilah and Kehotep - 8 months old -
These siblings were trapped in a large colony of kitties who lived with little food. When Kamilah was trapped I noticed she has Cerebral Hypoplacia or CH. It causes her to walk a little funny and she has intention tremors, where her head shakes a little when she is planning/thinking of moving or when she is scared. Other than that she is perfectly normal. CH has no other medical complications. She is completely healthy otherwise and plays and acts like any other kitten. She is perfectly imperfect. .
Kehotep is a sweet boy. When I trapped him he was very sick. He was the sweetest boy even with the two weeks of twice a day medicine he needed to get better. He is just a love. He rubs on your legs and all he wants to do is be pet. He will follow you around the house just to be where ever you are. He also loves to play.
Kamilah is more shy than Kehotep. She really relies on him and follows him. She will cry when he isn’t there and he will come running to her ❤️Because they are so bonded they need to be adopted together. Both of their adoption fees have been paid by a generous donor who wants to make sure they can go home together.
I made a special litterbox from a Rubbermaid container for Kamilah just to make a smaller entry way to make it easier for her to get in and out. Hard floors are also a bit of a challenge for her too. Ideally a home with mostly carpeting would be a great forever home. But she can manage all floors. Carpet is just easier.
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!
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!
VOLUNTEER TRAPPERS AND FOSTERS NEEDED!!
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.
We show cats at PetSmart North Wales Montgomeryville, PetSmart Collegeville, and Green Lane Vet
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