Dog House Wanted by the PghCatLadies

We are preparing for what might be a rough winter, including our two feral visitors Oksana and Mx. Pajamas. Shelter is critical for homeless cats. We repurposed an old insulated dog house by filling it with straw and draping an old comforter across the entrance. We also have two smaller coolers that have been slightly […]

Meet Kane, a Cat Available for Adoption in Pittsburgh #PghCatLadies

Adopt a Cat Pittsburgh

  Meet Kane Adult male, Large, Flame Point, Long-haired, good with children but not other cats or dogs Kane is a 6 1/2 year old flame point Himalayan. He is a sweet, bashful boy who loves pets and playtime. Kane is with us because his human died, and her husband had to go into assisted […]

Meet Fiona, a Cat Available for Adoption in Pittsburgh #PghCatLadies

Adopt a Cat Pittsburgh

Here’s a little update on our kittens. We adopted three of the five we had fostered; our pet sitter adopted the other two. After a day of adjusting to the new family situation, they were back to usual tricks. We continued to bring them down every day, as often as possible, to spend time in […]

Meet Queenie, an Adult Cat for Adoption in Pittsburgh #PghCatLadies

Cats for Adoption Pittsburgh

Meet Queenie Senior female tortoiseshell, good with dogs and children, prefers no other cats. Hello! My name is Queenie, and I have been through a lot in my 9 years! I am originally from a shelter in Florida. A bunch of us kitties were flown to safety in Pittsburgh when my shelter had to make […]

I have Cat Scratch Disease and I’m not even kitten

Cat Scratch Fever

I didn’t see this coming – apparently, I have a lymph node infection traced to cat scratch disease. Yep, what we often call cat scratch fever.  I have Ted Nugent disease and this does not make me happy. It started for me on Monday when I realized I had a headache that wouldn’t quit and […]

Meet Allister, a Kitten Available for Adoption in Pittsburgh #PghCatLadies

Pittsburgh CAT adoption

Meet Allister Small male kitten, chocolate brown tabby, good with other cats, dogs and children. I am a regal boy named Allister. My foster mom tells me I have a ton of personality. I’m not sure what that means, but it must be good since she laughs and gives me kisses! I love attention and […]

Two groundhogs and two feral cats walked onto our back porch #PghCatLadies

Feral cats Groundhogs Pittsburgh

Last night, we had two groundhogs and two cats in too small of a space. On the left, one groundhog is eating dry cat food. The second groundhog makes several forays up the deck steps to try to get to the other dish of food. On the railing to the right is Oksana observing everything. […]

Scooping Cat Litter Boxes is Good For My Mental Health

Wood Pellet Cat Litter

No one loves this chore. Right now, we have four litter box stations – one for the kitten room, one for the upstairs feral girls, one in the attic as a spare, and one in the basement for the regular house cats. They almost never use the attic pan so for all intents and purposes, […]

Letting Go of Jennie Jane: Releasing a TNR Cat

After nearly two weeks in a temporary foster home, it was time for Jennie Jane to be released. She has recovered from her surgery very well. She’s spent all of that time resting, eating food she didn’t have to find herself, and observing the foster home. And she also made it clear that she was […]

Meet Dolly, a Cat Available for Adoption in Pittsburgh #PghCatLadies

Adopt kitten

Meet Dolly Thee month old kitten, domestic shorthair, Tabby (Brown / Chocolate), Good with other cats and children, possibly a dog Hi! I’m Dolly, and I’m a star (so sometimes I’m a bit of a diva). Since we love to put on a show, our foster mom named us all after country singers! We were […]