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Neighborhood Animal Rescue Groups

City Kitties is located in West Philadelphia.  Learn about this group and see cats they are seeking homes for at .  They also provide a range of helpful pet information at:  

Faith’s Hope –  Lower Northeast Philadelphia

Flatiron Wildcats   – E. Kensington / Fishtown / Port Richmond

Animal Rescue Network – Northwest Philadelphia

Green Street Rescue – Center City / Fairmount

Ariel’s Angels Pet Food Pantry and Rescue –  Philadelphia and the suburbs

Animal Lifeline – Warrington PA  –                         Practices “Evolved Rescue”, that is the union of municipal and private  animal shelters and rescues, working TOGETHER as an umbrella of animal advocacy groups to provide services to save  companion animal lives.

They also have:        Safe Harbor Program:  Work with A Woman’s Place and the local (Bucks County) SPCA,  to house animals for an extended foster period so that women in desperate and abusive situations can make sure that their pets have a safe place to reside while they get back on their feet.          Supply Bank:  Provide food, medical supplies, crates and carriers to local and regional rescues and families in need, to increase the number of animal lives that can be saved.

Peace for Puppies – started by a 9 year old girl from the Philadelphia suburbs.                 Through fundraising events, towel and supply drives, and education, peace for puppies helps to support rescues and animal shelters so they can continue the tireless work they do to rescue, rehabilitate and save animals in need.  Contact them  to find out how you can help the dogs and cats while they wait for their forever homes. 

Finding Shelter , Norristown PA – In addition to accepting unwanted animals, this group will take an animal when the owner is terminally ill and needs to find a place where their pet will be safe and loved.

The rescue group Stray Cat Blues provides a list of many local rescues.   In order to view or save  the list, go to   and click on  “Area  Shelters and Rescue Groups”.

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