Most cats are located at our shelter, at 111 W Hunting Park Ave, Philadelphia, PA. However we also have cats in foster care who are also available for adoption and are listed below the cats at our shelter.
How to adopt:
Potential adopters will need to schedule an appointment to adopt. In an effort to reduce cancellations and no shows, we are now only offering same day appointments. To make an appointment, you may come to the shelter as early as 10am when we open. A staff member will help you make an appointment for that day. The time you will be given for your same day appointment might involve a wait, or could be in the moment. It depends on the number of people ahead of you. Once your appointment is booked, depending on the wait you may either wait in your car, or come back at the time of your appointment. We will have 20 appointments available daily, which we hope will help accommodate potential adopters and help our pets find homes. Read more about our adoption process here
Questions? E-mail us at email@example.com
What to bring with you on adoption day
- An up to date photo ID.
- It is strongly recommended that all residents in the household are present to meet the cat
All cats must leave in a suitable carrier. If you need a carrier, you may purchase a cardboard carrier for $5.
What are the benefits of your adoption?
Your adopted cat will be microchipped, provided flea preventative and dewormed, given age appropriate vaccines, and spayed or neutered – normally these services would cost a pet owner in Philadelphia more than $400! Additionally, ACCT Philly will always take a pet back into our care if you are no longer able to keep them.
Adoption Fees (not including tax)
- $100 kitten (under 6 mos)
- $50 adult cat (6 mos – 2 yrs)
- $40 adult cat (2 yrs – 7 yrs)
- $25 senior cat (+7 yrs)
Cats available for adoption at our main facility:
Cats available for adoption from foster care:
These animals are currently in foster care. They are not onsite at ACCT Philly. If you are interested in one of these animals please reach out to the foster parent via email. If the foster has not listed a personal email, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be put in touch with the foster.