Kitty Cottage Adoption Center, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 2 2 reviews
317 W Johnson Highway East Norriton PA 19401 USA
Kitty cottage provides a cage free, no kill shelter for homeless cats, arranges adoption of the cats to new families, and provides for surrender of cats from owners who can no longer care for the cat. It also provides education to the public about stray cats and methods to help those cats and counseling to cat owners to increase their retention of cats in order to prevent the surrender of the cat to a shelter.
Kitty cottage provides veterinarian care and vaccinations to all cats placed in their shelter.
kitty cottage provides drugs and medicine as needed for any cats in their shelter.
kitty cottage places a microchip in certain cats in their shelter.
kitty cottage administers snap tests to cats to check for disease.
kitty cottage provides food and care supplies for any cats in their shelter.
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If you love cats and have a special place in your heart for all those kitties who do not have families of their own, you would love The Kitty Cottage. Here, kittens and cats of all ages and needs are free to roam a three-story converted house. They are cared for as we care for our own felines and can stay at The Kitty Cottage forever if they are not adopted. The loving volunteer staff will gladly take you on a tour of the house, complete with cat furniture, plenty of beds, toys, blankets, and special rooms for pregnant moms and newborn kittens or sick/unsocialized cats. No one is caged or restricted beyond their needs. Please provide support in whatever way you can to this wonderful shelter -- or consider adopting one of the cats that live there -- you know they have already been loved!
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