Winter Is Still Here!

Think you are cold walking around for a few minutes in this weather? The kitties are cold too and those who are left on the streets don't have nice warm homes to return to after an adventure outside.

Please considering making a contribution to helping our West Philly feline family brave this weather. Click on the image to donate~

Winter Is Still Here!

Othello Man

Male • Domestic Short Hair • Adult
Click on his picture for his PetFinder listing!

A sweet and affectionate mature kitty, Othello Man would like to it if he found his way to your heart and home!

Othello Man

Lemon

Female • Domestic Short Hair • Adult
Click on her picture for her PetFinder listing!

Sweet and dainty Lemon is an adorable goof who loves to play. She may be pre-megacolon, but that doesn't slow her down!

Lemon

Project Mama

Female • Domestic Long Hair • Adult
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A little bit shy but full of love to give, will you give lovely Project Mama a chance to shine in your home?

Project Mama

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Didn't see the perfect cat for your hanging out on this banner? Please check out the rest of our adoptables!

Just click the image to be taken to the rest of our kitty listings on PetFinder.

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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

Cold Season and Community Cats

by Blog Author on October 12, 2017 with Comments Off on Cold Season and Community Cats

The air gets cold and all of a sudden that cat you have seen lounging outside seems a bit cold. While it may be tempting to bring the cat inside, not all cats want this lifestyle. Community cats can range from friendly to feral and both may need different treatment when it begins to get cold outside. Assessing the situation may be a best first step to seeking out foster homes for neighborhood friendly’s...

What To Do With Community Cats During an Emergency

by Blog Author on September 18, 2017 with Comments Off on What To Do With Community Cats During an Emergency

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