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Ivy - Lansdale, PA

Meet Miss Ivy!  She is a 1 yr old, 8 lb, female spayed cat.

This short haired grey tabby was found dumped in the woods when she was 6 months old. A kind stranger found her and Ivy then became a Tiny Miracle.


Ivy is a playful little gal who is looking to be the apple of your eye as an only cat in the house. Despite being FIV positive, Ivy is healthy, happy and ready to live a totally normal life with you. Many cats are never symptomatic from FIV. Here is a link to more information: https://www.hospicepet.com/fiv-and-felv

While in foster care, she has come so far from her early beginnings. She loves her foster mom and dad but has some trouble with other cats. We believe she had to fight for herself in the woods and sees other animals as a threat. Ivy is young and energetic with her play, the laser pointer being among her favorites, and will then snuggle up next to you on the couch for belly rubs and ear scratches. This super sweet gal is well behaved; litter trained, likes her scratching post. If you are looking for an only cat, this Little Lady is perfect for you. Please visit www.tinymiraclesrescue.org for an application. You can also call Kate (foster mom): 267-446-3343, Tiny Miracles: 215-997-2844 or email: tiny_miracles@msn.com.

Sebastian - Philadelphia, PA

This adorable mini-panther is Sebastian!  He is a 3 yr old, 9 lb, neutered male cat.

Sebastian is a medium to long hair boy with beautiful green eyes. Sebastian is quite the love with a very entertaining personality. He's better than Netflix and Hulu combined! Sebastian loves people and will talk to whomever wants to listen. 


He is FIV + but that won't stop him from living a long, happy life. He is FeLV NEGATIVE, fully vetted, and microchipped. Most cats with FIV don't experience any significant FIV-health-related issues once they are fixed and living inside. The virus can affect their immune systems and make them more susceptible to kitty colds, and they are also prone to having dental issues, but most live long, relatively healthy lives. They don't need any special care or medication, just an indoor lifestyle and regular check-ups with a veterinarian. The thinking has also changed on how easily the virus can be transmitted to other cats -- it's primarily transmitted by deep bite wounds, so it's now believed that non-aggressive FIV+ cats can safely live with non-FIV cats. Regular indoor-kitty wrestling and rough-housing that doesn't result in bites that break the skin will not transmit the virus. Lots of information at: https://www.hospicepet.com/fiv-and-felv


He is a perfect gentleman with other cats and kittens, is not used to dogs but could get used to them under the proper circumstances.  Please contact us if you are interested in giving this gorgeous guy a wonderful home that he deserves.  For information please call: 215-460-5062 or email: hart2heart.philly@gmail.com

Sebastian - Philadelphia, PA  (12/14/19)

Meet Sebastian!  He is a 12 yr old, 11 lb, neutered male cat.

Sebastian is a gentle and affectionate orange tabby who previously shared his home with other cats. In the summer of 2018, when his owner died, he arrived at the shelter, ready for a fresh start.


He LOVES to to be brushed and petted and as a diabetic cat, he accepts his twice daily insulin injections without a second thought! Sebastian has been waiting patiently for his forever family, and is more than ready to give them all his love. Please consider opening your home to this handsome senior boy. He will make a loving addition to any family.

For all inquiries, please email: mbernstein@pspca.org

Creme - Philadelphia, PA   (12/14/19)

Meet Creme!  He is a 10 lb, 11 lb, neutered male cat.

Does any kind person have a cat sized space in their house where a super sweet, special-needs, low-key boy can just hang out?


This sweet, mellow cat has had some rough luck in his life. He's been bounced in and out of the shelter several times since 2011 due to no fault of his own. He's a darling boy who has lived with children and just likes to hang out.


He has been diagnosed with diabetes, which in addition to his senior age, makes it a little tricky for him to find the right home. He's on a special glycobalance diet, and gets two insulin injections per day, which he's a champ for! These are not hard! He's looking for a loving home where he can relax and live out his golden years.

For all information, please email: mbernstein@pspca.org

Nick - Coatesville, PA (2/16/20)

Meet Nick!  He is a 1 yr old, 8 lb neutered male cat. 

Nick has struggled with health problems for his entire life and has grown up in a foster home, but is ready to find a home that is willing to care for him. Nick is over a year old now and loves dogs and gets along with other cats, however recommend him to an only-cat home as we still don't know what's truly causing his illness. Some of Nick's siblings and his mother have passed away due to FIP (feline infectious peritonitis), so we assume this is what Nick has as well. His symptoms appear every once in a while such as watery eyes and weight loss.


When in remission, Nick is a very robust boy and is active and affectionate. Nick sneezes a lot and produces mucus from his nose. He almost always has watery/infected eyes, which lead to upper respiratory infection. He is not fully litter trained and will need to be worked with to re-acclimate to a litter box in his environment. His foster home cannot keep him forever and the cost of his vet care is too much for our small rescue to sustain for much longer. Any adopter interested in Nick must understand he needs extensive vet care. His condition is being managed right now, but he may not live a full life of a healthy cat. He typically visits the vet about once a month/every other month and he has taken a few trips to the emergency vet when his symptoms intensified. We're looking for a forever home for him as long as his "forever" may be. Please consider adopting Nick!

In terms of adoption radius, we would consider upwards of a 5 hour drive if it was the right fit.  For all information please call Treetops Kitty Cafe - Treetops Animal Rescue at (610) 925-2908 or email:  treetopskittycafe@gmail.com.