Cats for Adoption
Old City Adoption Center
Grays Ferry Clinic
Broad and Washington Petsmart
(Fees do not include PA sales tax.)
The following services are included in the adoption fee. Before going home, your new cat or kitten will be:
Cats must go home in a cat carrier for safety; you can bring one with you or purchase at our adoption centers.
Read more here about our Cat Rescue & Care program and learn about the process from intake to adoption!
There is a chance the animal may already be adopted once you are ready to bring it home. When your application is approved, it will be good for any animal in PAWS’ care that would be a good match for you and your household. Your application is valid for three months so you have time to find the right one for you!
PAWS is not able to hold animals for potential adopters: every day we hold an animal is a day we cannot save another in danger.
Please browse our Most Urgent Animals to find out who needs you! Some have special medical or behavioral needs, and others have simply been waiting a long time.
Find lots of useful resources here on bringing home a new pet, common behavior issues, pet care advice, and more.
You are welcome to visit our Old City Adoption Center to spend time with the cats and guinea pigs housed there. Our Northeast Adoption Center remains closed for browsing.
To spend time with our pets, you can also consider fostering – taking a cat, dog, or guinea pig into your home temporarily while they find permanent adoptive placement.