We sponsored Catadelphia’s awesome cat shelter building workshop and we were so amazed at how many people attended! It was incredible to see so many compassionate people come out and build these winter shelters to help keep community cats safe and protected during the brutal winter weather. A simple beverage cooler or storage bin turned into a shelter can make a huge difference for these critters. Thank you to all that participated! CLICK HERE to view photos from the workshop.
TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) is such an essential part of reducing cat and kitten intake at the only open intake shelter in Philadelphia ACCT Philly. It’s preventative, innovative and proven to reduce the number of cats and kittens being born on the streets.
Currently, and for an unknown amount of time, the shelter has stopped TNR due to lack of veterinary staff. We at Philadoptables had to do our part to assist and have been funding TNR surgeries.
Philadoptables purchased 50 vouchers so the community can alter cats at no charge. So far about half of the vouchers we have provided through Forgotten Cats have been redeemed by Philadelphia trappers and colony caretakers!
Please support TNR and assist those people in your community who trap and feed community cats!
Marchers needed! Once again Philadoptables has been invited to participate in the Wawa Welcome America Independence Day Parade on Thursday, July 4th, 2019! Volunteers would be needed in center city Philly from approx. 10am-1pm. We usually carry a giant flag and you might even be on TV! It is always a great time and we like to take adoptable dogs with us if it is not too hot. It is not a long or strenuous event- if you would like to sign up please contact email@example.com!
The 2018 Camp Out for Hunger was a huge success! Philadoptables would like to make a point to thank WMMR, The Preston and Steve Show, Pet Valu, all of the businesses and individuals that contributed pet food donations, and of course all of the volunteers that made this possible.
Just as there are homeless people in need, there are also many homeless animals in our area that go without. All of the donations that we have collected will help stock up the pet food pantry, feed and help animals at ACCT Philly, as well as animals that are in foster care through our local rescue partners. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
Sometimes our friends at ACCT Philly just need a little extra help and we’re happy to provide it! On November 4th, while staff was inside busy with their lifesaving work, our volunteers pulled weeds, picked up trash, make treats for pups, fixed dog beds and MUCH more! This would not have been possible without our awesome crew of volunteers. Thank you to all who helped out!