Adoption Success Stories



We are back home from the shore, and Scout has been pouting ever since! She had an amazing time having so much room to run! She even made friends with a crow who would come to see her everyday, jumping from branch to branch chatting with her. She loves taking walks, sitting on laps while watching Phillies games, and is a great Mahjong partner. She’s doing so well!



Cleo came to us in a litter of 3 gray DLH kittens, nearly 4 months old and never touched by human hands. She was easy to handle after a week, but she’d bolt if you put her down in any open area. Her foster knew Cleo needed more socialization than was available, so she was sent to the Whiskers Way Station (WWS) and resided in the kitten room. The socializers at WWS got down to business!

A generous donor came to WWS to drop off goods and unbeknownst to us, and the donor, Cleo met her person!!! As soon as the donor held fluffy little Ms Cleo, she knew, and that was that. Now, they both will start a new chapter in their lives!



Jack (originally River) was found on a farm in Chester County. As he was all alone and very friendly, a concerned neighbor contacted Stray Cat Blues, and Jack was taken in by one of our wonderful fosters. Jack’s was immediately comfortable with the other kitties in his foster home.

Jack’s adopter saw a post about him on Facebook, and knew he would be a perfect addition to her family. She came to visit Jack at PetSmart in Collegeville, and he climbed up into her arms and played with the necklace that she was wearing. Jack is now living a wonderful life with a big brother and sister (also adopted from Stay Cat Blues).



Bandit (originally Astro) was adopted from Stray Cat Blues in summer of 2016. He was the last of his litter to get adopted because he was a bit shyer than his brothers and sisters.

His adopters took their time with him once they brought him home, allowing him time to acclimate to his new home, and to properly introduce himself to his two older sisters. The girls took some time to warm up, but now they love their little brother.