Spring is in Bloom!

Spring means feeding colony cats and lots of cute kittens! Please help us out by visiting the Donate page to send money via PayPal, snail mail, or just buy us something from our Amazon Wish List (located at the bottom of the page). Volunteering to foster kittens is also a great help!

The kitties of West Philadelphia thank you for your support!

Spring is in Bloom!

MamaBear

Domestic Medium Hair • Adult • Female. Click on her photo to be taken to her listing on PetFinder.com!

Mama Bear is a front declawed, blind, VERY SWEET AND CUDDLY mature cat. Please come pet (and lose your heart to) her at the Baltimore Pet Shoppe in West Philadelphia!

MamaBear

Paloma

Domestic Short Hair • Adult • Female.

Looking for a doesn't-act-her-age grandma kitty? Paloma "The Eternally Young" loves to cuddle or chill out and knows when to entertain herself.

Paloma

Wizard

Siamese • Adult • Male. Click on his photo to be taken to his listing on PetFinder.com!

Let Wizard magic away your stress with his Level 10 spell Motorboat Purr!

Wizard

Find Our Adoptables!

Not finding just the cat for you? Click on the picture to look at the rest of our adoptable cats on PetFinder!

Find Our Adoptables!
About Us

About Us

Project MEOW is an all-volunteer, animal welfare group that helps West Philadelphia residents to humanely reduce their feral and stray cat populations through Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) of un-owned stray and feral (wild) cats.

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Our Services

Our Services

Helping West Philadelphia residents manage their stray and feral cat populations is what we specialize in!

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Adopt

Adopt

Many of the cats trapped at a colony (group of outdoor cats) will be abandoned strays or kittens in need of rescue and adoption.

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Donate

Donate

While we have need of routine veterinary expenses, we also find animals that need more extensive procedures such as surgery to help injured animals, veterinary care for animals who arrive sick, or just to provide food to help foster caregivers with their maintenance costs.

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News

Cats and Cars

by Blog Author on March 15, 2017 with Comments Off on Cats and Cars

Knock, Knock. No, that’s not the beginning of a joke, but instead, it’s me knocking on the hood of my car early in the morning. I usually imagine my neighbors looking out the windows and wondering “What is she doing?” But, luckily I am ready to explain how this simple act can save cats lives. In the cold weather, cats seek warmth. In a perfect world every cat is safe in a warm...

Why TNR is Important

by Blog Author on March 10, 2017 with Comments Off on Why TNR is Important

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