Adopt

If you are interested in adopting, please click here to complete our online Adoption Application. (You can also pick up a paper copy at the PETsMART stores in Downingtown or Pottstown.) By completing and sending this application, our Adoption Team can spring into action to process your request or perhaps to help you find just the right feline member to join your family.

There are four ways to meet our cats:

1. At PETsMARTpsmp

We are the Adoption Center partner with two PETsMART stores:

All of the cats in both adoption centers are Cat Angels’ kitties! If you meet one of our cats at either store, you can fill out a paper application and put it in the box on our table outside the adoption center. We have volunteers that come in twice daily to take care of the cats, and they always check the box and fax the adoption applications to our Adoption Team right away.

2. On Our Website

Pictures of many of our cats with descriptions of their personalities can be found online. Click here to see a list of our cats. You’ll find pictures of cats that live at the shelter and in foster homes here (that you may not have the opportunity to meet at PETsMART).

3. Adoptathons

We hold weekly “Adoptathons” and “Mini-Adoptathons” at the PETsMARTs in Downingtown and Pottstown. These special events allow us to bring in extra cats for the weekend. This is a great opportunity to meet many more cats than are normally housed in their Adoption Center.

4. Special Requests

We have many wonderful cats available – unfortunately we don’t have enough time to get all of them photographed, biographied, and added to the website on a timely basis. If you don’t see the love of your life on our website or at PETsMART, his/her picture probably didn’t make it yet – BUT he/she might be waiting for you at the shelter, in one of our foster homes, or maybe on our surrender list. Just ask!  We love to match our cats with their “purrfect” forever homes.


Thinking about adopting a kitten? Click to read Top 10 Reasons Why Two Kittens Are Better Than One and Double – Not So Much Trouble.


Have you considered giving a loving home to a senior cat, or a cat with special needs?


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