Kitty Cottage Adoption Center, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 2 2 reviews
317 W. Johnson Highway Norristown PA 194014 USA
Kitty Cottage Adoption Center is a no-kill shelter for homeless and abandoned cats and kittens in the Greater Philadelphia area. The mission is to more effectively facilitate adoptions by displaying the cats and kittens in a cage-free, home-like shelter furnished with easy chairs and cat furniture, where people and cats can be matched up more easily than if the cats were restricted to cages. The mission is also to increase the likelihood of lifetime retention of cats by their owners, by providing counselling on cat behaviors and behavior problems. Another part of the mission is to help cat owners find their lost cats, by counselling them on search and trapping techniques.
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We have known about Kitty Cottage since it was founded ten years ago. Last summer our two dear adopted cats passed on at ages 17 and 16. We were very sad and wanted to provide forever homes to other cats. We visited Kitty Cottage and found it to be a warm, home like environment with the cats cared for by kind volunteers and expert staff. They introduced us to all the cats and provided thoughtful descriptions of each one. The volunteers spent hours with us over three visits so that we could get to know all the cats. Every cat was wonderful. We just adopted an eight year old cat who has brought much happiness to us. We are returning for another cat in a few weeks so our Annabelle will have a companion. Kitty Cottage is a no kill shelter and accepts surrenders and rescues. I am going to become a volunteer when I retire because this is a wonderful place with great people and a meaningful mission.
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