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In shelter Cat

Philadelphia, PA, 19145
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
If you’re in the market for a sweet calico - look no further! 

Meet Emily, or as her foster mom likes to call her, Princess  Emily! 

Emily is a well mannered, docile girl who comes off very shy and needs a family who will let her come around on her own terms. But once she feels comfortable she’s a playful affectionate girl.

She’s estimated to be between 2-3 years old and when she was saved from the streets it was discovered she had already been pregnant twice at such a young age . 

She is super fond of any toy that dangles that gives her a chance to be interactive. She loves to hang out with her foster mom but is also independent and has no problem going to do her own thing around the house. She isn’t a super chatty kitty but when she does get vocal she loves to chirp! 

She has not been a fan of her foster siblings so it’s been determined that she would do best as an only pet!

If you think Emily is your kinda gal, fill out the application below!

*We are a volunteer, fostered based, 501c3 organization so please understand that it may take us a few days to respond to any inquiries. 
Please know we do require landlord confirmation and property checks to ensure all animals are permitted to be on property and avoid any potential returns due to landlord issues.*


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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