Newtown Vet is not an animal shelter and cannot take in rescued animals.
The cats listed below are extremely rare cases in which we were able to help an animal in need.
If you are interested in learning more about one of our adoptable cats, please contact the front desk. They will put you in touch with our Adoption Team, who will be able to provide you with an adoption application form.
Peanut is the sister of a brother-sister duo that was taken in by one of Newtown Vet’s clients. This girl is very sweet, just like her brother. At approximately 1.5 years old, she is healthy, spayed, and up-to-date on vaccines. Do you have a place in your family for a friendly, indoor kitty that needs some love? She could live happily with other animals, too! To learn more about Peanut, call our office line and we can put you in touch with their foster mom.
Buddy is Peanut’s sister, and just like her, he’s as sweet as they come! These two cats already live with other pets, so they would make great additions to any family. At 1.5 years old, Buddy is neutered, vaccinated, and in great health! Buddy should be adopted as an indoor-only cat. Make this cuddly boy part of your family today! To learn more about how to meet Buddy, call our office line and we can put you in touch with their foster mom.
I’m Kitty, and I am the most recent addition to the Newtown Vet family of adoptable cats. I used to have a home, but like so many other animals, I was abandoned. I’m a typical tortie girl – I enjoy attention on my own terms, and I can be a little sassy. But I just think I have a strong personality! My coat is absolutely beautiful and I am in excellent health. I’m not a huge fan of strangers and I don’t love living at the vet, but I do warm up after getting to know someone. Trust me, I am worth the wait! In the right home, with an owner who understands cats, I will be a great pet with lots of love to give!
My name is Clint and I am the gorgeous boy you see in the cat ward window whenever you visit Newtown Vet. I was found as a stray in Philadelphia and brought in to the vet until I could be adopted… unfortunately, that was several years ago now, and I’m still here! I’m so ready to go home to a real house with my very own person or family. I am in excellent health and am very curious and active. I’d love a house to explore! At this point, I’ve spent enough time living with other cats – I need my owners and my home all to myself, please! I do have a tendency to get over-stimulated which sometimes leads to me getting a little crazy and misdirecting my excitement. But my caretakers know that I’m a sweet, loving boy and I know that in a good home with plenty of attention I would learn to accept love the right way! Can you be the one to give me that chance?
Hello all! My name is Molly and I was abandoned here several years ago. My age is unknown, but I am estimated to be a middle-aged adult. I am spayed, healthy, and was already de-clawed (all 4 feet) when I arrived at Newtown Vet. I am a spunky girl who loves to play! I love toys and wrestling, and a house to run around in would be so much fun! I don’t seem to have a problem with other kitties – I mostly just ignore them. If I could find the right person to give me a permanent home, I might even turn out to be a secret cuddle-bug.