Because only together can we

help the stray and feral cat populations of West Philadelphia



Gwenie, an FIV+/FELV- cat,  is a curious cat looking for her furrever home. Don’t wait, adopt her today!


Bonnie Girl is an adorable, playful, sweet cat with fur as soft as silk. Best in home with no other cats.


Paschall was found with a leg injury. She is fully recovered and waiting to be adopted.


We want to THANK everyone who donated to our Giving Tuesday Campaign. With your kind donations, we can continue to help the stray kitties of West Philadelphia. In case you missed our campaign, you can still donate by clicking the button below.


On Sunday, December 8th from 1 to 3pm, visit PHilthy PAWS (806 South 47th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19143) to learn more about Project MEOW, meet some volunteers, get instructions on how to build your own outdoor winter cat shelter and a chance to pick up our pet emergency wallet cards and cute TNR-themed pins. Snacks for man and beast will be provided! 

On Thursday, December 12, have dinner at Dahlak (4708 Baltimore Ave, Philadelphia, PA, 19143) any time between 5 and 10pm and 20% of your tab (dinner and any alcohol ordered with your dinner) will be donated to Project MEOW – just mention to your server that you’re there to support Project MEOW! Dahlak serves traditional Ethiopian food, Ethio-Philly fusion, and some Italian favorites. Dahlak’s owners would like a head count of PM fans who will be dining there on the 12th, so if you plan to attend, please RSVP at Menu can be found at here.


Striving to help every stray and feral cat in West Philly

Project MEOW is an all-volunteer, animal welfare group that helps West Philadelphia residents in zip codes 19104, 19139, and 19143 humanely reduce their feral and stray cat populations through Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) of un-owned stray and feral (wild) cats.


Trap-Neuter-Return-Manage, or TNRM, is a comprehensive management plan where healthy free-roaming cats are sterilized and vaccinated, then returned to their habitat and provided with long-term care by at least one community member.

Basic Cat Rescue

Despite being an all-volunteer organization, we always have a dedicated group of individuals who are available to rescue cats when contacted by community members. 

Since many of the cats found in the neighborhoods are friendly and could be adopted, we foster them through our network of fosters.

Once our fosters are fully vetted, we get them adopted to fur-ever homes with help from our community partners like PAWS, Kawaii Kitty Care, and Baltimore Pet Shop, etc.

Assist Feral Colonies

We have over 200 feral and stray cat caregivers in our database. We support caregivers to ensure feral and stray cats are fed and taken care of.

Public Education

There are over 400,000 stray cats in Philadelphia. Education is one way to address the stray cat problem. We strive to educate the public about the problem and provide them with ways to get invovled in tackling the issue.


Total Cats Served

*As of August 23, 2019

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