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Philadelphia Animal Hospital Philly

We LOVE our community!

Art City Vets animal hospital works with the best pet-friendly community partners in Philadelphia and beyond!

We welcome pet-friendly partners including, housing complexes, bars & restaurants, rescue organizations, stores, vendors, hotels, and more!

Since opening in 2018, we have helped save our rescue partners over $199,130.14!

Partner incentives include, but are not limited to new client offers, discounted care

(with submission of 501c3 paperwork), co-branding opportunities, and more!

Interested in becoming a partner? See our link below to complete the Rescue Packet. Email the completed packet along with your 501C3 to info@artcityvets.com

Rescue Pet Spotlight

Professor Bingus is a handsome gray tabby male, who absolutely loves snuggling and playing. He was rescued in August, and lived with his rescuers for 4-5 months. Unfortunately, their resident cat didn't accept Bingus into the home, so he was brought to Le Cat Cafe in January. He received initial vet care like vaccinations, neuter, testing (FIV, FeLV) and dental work, and we learned that he is around 9 years old.
 

It was clear when he first arrived at the cafe: Bingus is a love bug. Even while hiding up high, he would reach his head down to nuzzle the staff members who said hello, and he loves getting pets. It was also clear that he doesn't feel comfortable around other cats. He took to hiding in the basement 24/7, barely playing or exercising. Unless he was supervised by staff members, he would spend most of the day sleeping in a hidey hole bed, up high and away from the cats.

 

Staff closely monitored him for a few weeks and noticed an issue with his breathing - he went into foster care with one of the staff members so that he could be taken to the vet for consultations, ultrasounds, and ultimately, surgery on 04/08/24. He has healed so well!

 

Thanks to a network of supporters - his rescuers, the LCC team, his foster, Art City Vets, and a generous donor - Professor Bingus was able to receive the medical care that he desperately needed. Older rescues can have a harder time getting adopted; after spending part of their life on the street, they don't receive proper medical attention and develop serious health issues, too. We are so grateful to everyone who made this possible! You can apply to adopt Professor Bingus at lecatcafe.org/adopt
Professor Bingus - Cat Cafe
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