Our friendly felines enjoy daytime catnaps while keeping away harmful vermin.


Tabby Cat • Rescued • 3 years old
Birthday June 28, 2020

Born a feral farm cat in the Punxsutawney, PA area (yes, the Ground Hog town), Chai came to Piggins and Banks as the first of two cat residents (along with sister Cosmic). She is friendly, curious, and if you don’t pet her, she just might scratch you.


Black Cat • Rescued • 3 years old
Birthday June 28, 2020

Cosmic is the sister to Chai and the more calm, reserved cat of the two. Observant and thoughtful, she is always keeping watch to ward off pests and rodents (and counting down to Halloween).


Tabby Cat • Rescued • 6 years old
Birthday April 23, 2017

Born a feral farm cat, Amber spent her first few years caring and protecting her kittens from traffic while living near a busy road. She came to Piggins and Banks to be spayed and live out the rest of her years more peacefully. She is very shy around strangers, but sweet and loving to her friends.


Siberian • Rescued • 2 years old
Birthday February 9, 2021

Mochi is an adorable purebred Siberian kitty. She arrived to the sanctuary as a possible special needs cat, but further testing proved that she is completely healthy. Mochi brightens our days at the sanctuary with her sweet and loving personality.


Medium-Haired Tabby • Rescued • 2 years old
Birthday April 6, 2021

Sushi was a feral kitten that has become super affectionate after a lot of socialization. He is a big goof and loves to play with his best friends, Mipha and Zoe.


Calico Tabby • Rescued • 2 years old
Birthday July 4, 2021

Mipha was rescued from a feral colony. She was very malnourished and needed medical treatment. She, Zoe and Sushi have become best buddies. Mipha is a tiny cat due to her rough start in life, but what she lacks in size she makes up for in spunk.


Calico Tabby • Rescued • 2 years old
Birthday June 20, 2021

Zoe was born after a local farm took in two rescues and before they were able to be spayed, two big litters of kittens were born. Zoe needed a home and we were happy to take her in. She is a really sweet kitty and loves to be in the center of things.


Brown Torti Tabby • Rescued • 3 years old
Birthday May 15, 2020

Cracker is a super sweet cat who no longer had a place to live after circumstances changed and her previous owners’ landlord would not allow cats on the property. We were happy to take her in. She loves her best friend Bat.


Medium Haired Piedbald • Rescued • 2 years old
Birthday August 20, 2021

Bat was malnourished when we took her in. She needed flea treatment and some tender love and care. After a couple of weeks, she looked like a different kitty. Bat’s best friend is Cracker.


Gray Tabby • Rescued • 16 months old
Birthday May 9, 2022

Apple was named after the location of her rescue. Shoppers tried for days without success to catch her outside of the Apple Blossom Mall. She was tiny and starving when we captured her and brought her to live out her life at Piggins and Banks. After weeks of socialization, she started to enjoy human company, but her best friend is Mipha.


Black Domestic Shorthair • Rescued • 5 years old
Birthday June 12, 2018

Athena was rescued from a feral colony along with her litter of kittens. She was young, weak and unable to produce milk for the little ones and despite efforts from a rescue organization, all but one of her kittens passed away. The survivor is also here at Piggins and Banks and he and Athena are extremely bonded. You will see them walking tails intertwined around the property.


Black Domestic Mediumhair • Rescued • 4 years old
Birthday June 5, 2019

Apollo was rescued from a feral colony along with his mother and littermates. He was a fighter and the only survivor from the litter. He and his mother, Athena, are extremely bonded. He is a big goof and exceptionally friendly.


Orange Tabby • Rescued • 4 years old
Birthday December 1, 2018

Weasley showed up one day at the sanctuary and was determined to make this his home. He is extremely shy around people and it took a year to catch him to be neutered and released. Eventually, he became friends with all of the cats here. We are working on getting him more used to people.

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