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Nano needs someone with a big heart who is willing to give her love and let her blossom. She has, unfortunately, spent her entire life in the shelter. She is very shy, but she is interested in people and actually loves when someone gives her treats or brings out the laser light or sparkle toy. She will probably never be a lap cat but she enjoys the company of other cats and we have seen wondrous things happen with kindness and patience. Nano is a petite pretty tabby with eyes that ask "could you be the one?" She also is a unique polydactyl kitty (has 6 toes). We believe she could make the right compassionate family very happy. For addition on Nano please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Sugar is such a pretty girl. She is quiet and shy and we are working on socializing her. She gets along well with other cats. For additional information on Sugar please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
We named her Bobbi for a few reasons. Bobbi was found bobbing along the Mifflinville bridge late one cold February night. She sort of looked like a little injured bobcat. The lady who found her stopped her car and called us. We found out Bobbi was about 2 months old and xrays showed she had a fractured right leg with 3 separate breaks. They weren't even sure they could save the leg until surgery. Luckily the vet was able to pin Bobbi's leg and save it, She has beautiful eyeliner eyes and a brown tabby coat with white bib and mittens Bobbi was later adopted into a quiet home where she slowly blossomed and became a loving companion for 6 years. Sadly her person became sick with a terminal illness and after she passed away Bobbi became very stressed and withdrawn in the house as the woman's husband threatened her safety. So we took Bobbi back where she could be safe. She is so sad and afraid in the shelter. She loves meal time and treats and we know she'd be loving again in a quiet home with an older person. Will you help Bobbi who is now 7 years old and patiently waiting for her second time to shine? . Bobbi is FeLV/FIV negative, spayed, up to date on shots and litter trained and had dental in late 2015. If you are interested in adopting Bobbi please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Victor was hungry stay found out in the cold in the Berwick area. Victor has striking black tabby markings and big golden eyes. He likes affection and being pet, but he is still a little shy with strangers. He gets along well with other cats. Victor is neutered, litter trained, up to date on shots and FeLV/FIV negative. If you are interested in meeting or adopting Victor please call Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Bijou definitely belonged to someone. Found as a lonely stray in Bloomsburg we fear his owners left town and left him behind. He can often be found looking longingly out the shelter window and heard crying like he misses someone. Bijou is solid black with big handsome eyes. Bijou likes attention and enjoys being held and enjoys snack time. Bijou is waiting patiently for his forever home with someone who wonât abandon him this time. Are you that person? Bijou is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Bijou please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Quincy has unique dark orange tabby fur with white accents on his face, chest and paws along with striking orange eyes that compliment his super soft coat. He has the most soulful eyes we've seen in a long time. Quincy is a little shy with strangers at first, but warms up to those he knows and is frendly and playful. He enjoys spending time on your lap with his loud purr running like a motor. He would do better in a quiet home. Born in June 2011 Quincy was found as a stray in Bloomsburg. Quincy is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Quincy please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
We named this pretty kitty Sahara because of her exotic appearance. Sahara has large tufted ears and an angular face along with a rare diluted calico coat. Sahra was dropped off on Millertown Rd in Bloomsburg along with her sister Sadie when only just a few months old. Sahara likes attention, but is still a little hand shy. She is super playful and will keep you entertained as she chases after toys until she tires of exhaustion. Sahara is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Sahara contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Tuffy is an orange and white male cat born in June 2011 to a stray in the Bloomsburg area. Tuffy was brought to the shelter with his "twin" brothers Buttons and Peppy who have since been adopted. Unfortunately, Tuffy still waits for his special person or family to walk through the door. He is an extremely handsome boy who has kept his kitten playfulness. Although he's a bit shy with strangers, he will sit in the lap of people he knows and loves being brushed. He is easygoing with other cats and we believe he will thrive in a home of his own. Tuffy is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Tuffy please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Lamar is a 8 yr old Australian Cattle Dog mix as of Jan 2016. He is extremely sweet and loving to people he knows, but would also make a good watch dog for those he does not. He would probably be best at a quieter home setting with mature people. He takes a while to warm up to new people, but once he warms up to you, he is a real Casanova! He was a great sport getting his Halloween picture taken! He is quite a ham! If you are a experienced dog owner, please come meet Lamar! He has been at the shelter for at least 3 years and would love to get a home before he is considered a senior! He gets along with most dogs, but prefers females. He is crate trained, vaccinated, neutered, and micro chipped. Please give him a chance! If interested, call or email Mary at 570-204-2491 or Mary@nokillarc.org
Gemma showed up as a stray at a Bloomsburg farm. Already spayed it was assumed she was a drop off, but how could anyone abandon this big sweetheart?Gemma is a plus sized puss with a big heart. She is social and friendly and seems happiest sitting on your lap. Her pretty dark orange fur makes her a real standout. She enjoys affection and being pet. Gemma is estimated to be 7-8 years old and has had a recent dental. The loss of one of her upper canines makes her lip rise up a little bit but don't think it's attitude it's just Gemma! Gemma FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained, and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Gemma please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Fez is a solid black male with large bat like ears, orange eyes and one lone white whisker, born in April 2013. He is easily the largest cat at the shelter, but that doesn't keep him from being a giant snugglebug of a lap cat, sure to be by your side the moment you sit. Or lie down. Or crouch. If he fits, he sits! He gets along with the other cats and seems to ignore any dogs that pass by his sunning spot on the porch. Fez is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained and neutered. If you are interested in adopting him please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Vienna is a pretty name for a pretty girl. This young light gray tabby was found as a scrawny stray in rural Berwick. She just came running up on the porch and sat in the lady's lap, which tells us a lot about this trusting and social kitty. Walk by her and she may tap you for attention. She enjoys being pet and chasing toys. Vienna is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, dewormed, litter trained, and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Vienna please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Mystic is a 2 year old plucky young girl who is extremely curious and full of energy. She is a big presence in a little package. She flits around everywhere always needing to be in the thick of things. She greets you at the door and follows you like a tiny dog. She has a rare tawny brown tabby coat in a color that is rarely seen and big bright eyes. She especially enjoys head massages, cat nip and chasing anything that moves. But Mystic will let you know when sheâs had enough in her own way. Mystic is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, dewormed, litter trained, and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Mystic please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Tess is a playful and energetic young solid black cat. She was found as a stray in a Danville trailer park where we saved her from a tough life of litter after litter. Tess is under one year of age and probably was born in early 2014. She is a friendly cat who likes attention and to be pet. She jumps several feet in the air chasing after toys and seems to have boundless energy when toys are around. She would prefer a family that would play with her. Tess is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, dewormed, litter trained and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Tess please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
This exotic looking beauty is Aletta. She came from a trailer park In Danville, but has the look of a pure bred. Her long lanky body, large light green eyes and gorgeous brown and orange coat make her a striking knock out. She is a spunky and sassy girl who is playful and a bit of a wild child. When sheâs done running around after toys she reserves some time for attention and affection. She has become quite the lap cat and loves to be pet. She also enjoys catnip. She was fostered in a home with her newborn kittens as the family was found under a trailer and the trailer park was closing. All of her kittens found their forever homes, but now this pretty girl born in 2013 is looking for her own. Aletta is is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, dewormed, litter trained and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Aletta please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Kottia is a 6-7 yr old Pit Bull whose owner worked out of town a lot and did not have time for this poor girl. She is very sweet with people and enjoys walks in the field and rolling in the grass. She loved dressing up in her beach bikini and shades, but she wondered, Where's the beach? She also rides nicely in a car. Although she loves people, she may do best as an only dog. Kottia is housebroken, vaccinated, and spayed. If interested, please contact Vicki at 570 204 6355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna is a pretty orange spotted tabby gal with a whimsical face. As a kitten she was found under a woodpile at 7 weeks old with her 3 sisters and a man threatened his wife he'd flush them down the toilet. We had to act quickly or they or would have no future. Anna was born in September 2014 and has a fur coat as pretty as the autumn leaves. She has an orange tiger striped coat white accents and funny oversized ears. She is playful and especially loves treats and zooming after the laser light. She enjoys the attention of people and loves to be brushed. She would need to go with a buddy from the shelter or have a cat friendly resident cat in the home. Anna is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Anna please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Audrey was a 12 week old kitten living under a construction site dumpster in September 2014 when one after another each of her litter mates disappeared. She was alone and the construction crew that had been feeding her was done at the site and leaving. Now she was really alone. We took Audrey in so she would be safe and cared for. Described as very friendly, she had a hard time adjusting to the shelter and hid for several months. One day she discovered she loved to chase the laser light and it brought her out of her shell. Now Audrey is affectionate and playful. She is a beautiful ticked tabby with light green eyes and tufts on the top of her ears like a lynx. Audrey would do better in a quieter home and will be a loving and gentle friend. Audrey is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, dewormed, litter trained and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Audrey please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Jezebel needs your help as she's struggling to adapt to life at the shelter. We can see the sadness in her eyes. And she has recently started over grooming herself due to the stress. Jezebel was a young 1 year old stray mom with 3 kittens in Summer of 2015. We found homes for her kittens, but Jezebel wasn't so lucky. She is loving with people, but afraid of the other cats. She is a small and sweet brown tiger tabby with large eyes, a soft round face and super silky fur. We think she'd blossom in a quiet home possibly as the only cat. She has plenty of love to give and is a gentle soul. Although she is playful she would rather be nuzzling with you. She also enjoys catnip. Jezebel is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Jezebel please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Those who say cats can survive outside should reconsider. An animal loving mail carrier in Catawissa came across 15 cats in a yard on her route. Anyone could see this was a sickly group. She put food down and they all came quickly running. It was unsure if the property owner was even feeding them. Luckily they were all friendly, but they needed immediate medical care. ARC came to their aid and had them to the vet as fast as we could get appointments. All had varying degrees of upper respiratory infections, ear mites, fleas, lice and diarrhea. They wouldnât have much time if left as they were. Chaz and his darling Sapphire both came from this colony, though they did not find their love until they spent some time here at the shelter. Now they are nearly inseperable! They can often be found snuggling on the porch, lazily eyeing up the bunnies while entangled in each other. It is for this reason that we desperately hope to find a loving home that is open to adopting both of these sweethearts together. Chaz is about 2 years old and is white with tabby markings. He carries a war scar from his life outdoors with his ulcerated left eye due to an untreated eye infection. He runs around just fine and he needs no long term treatment for it. He does, however, have an autoimmune disease called stomatitis, causing ulcers in the mouth, that is treated with occasional steroid shots at the vet; he is doing very well with this treatment. Sapphire's profile can be found at www.petfinder.com/petdetail/35299543 Both Chaz and Sapphire are FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained, dewormed and neutered/spayed. If you are interested in adopting Chaz and Sapphire please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Those who say cats can survive outside should reconsider. An animal loving mail carrier in Catawissa came across 15 cats in a yard on her route. Anyone could see this was a sickly group. She put food down and they all came quickly running. It was unsure if the property owner was even feeding them. Luckily they were all friendly, but they needed immediate medical care. ARC came to their aid and had them to the vet as fast as we could get appointments. All had varying degrees of upper respiratory infections, ear mites, fleas, lice and diarrhea. They wouldnât have much time if left as they were. Sapphire and her sweet Chaz both came from this colony, though they did not find their love until they spent some time here at the shelter. Now they are nearly inseperable! They can often be found snuggling on the porch, lazily eyeing up the bunnies while entangled in each other. It is for this reason that we desperately hope to find a loving home that is open to adopting both of these darlings together. Sapphire has become a shining jewel. She came to us in a sad state. She suffered from an upper respiratory with a few bouts of labored breathing, she had course fur and and a mouth full of rotten teeth. You could see the pain in her eyes. Fast forward a few months with good veterinary care and Sapphire is like a new cat! She's recovered from her health issues and had a full dental with many teeth removed, resulting in her tongue comically sticking out from time to time. She feels so much better now and her true friendly and even playful nature is coming out. This pretty, petite, orange and brown tortoiseshell tabby has large eyes and a gentle nature and the best purr in the world. She's estimated to be about 7 or 8 years old. Please consider giving this deserving gal that has been through so much a loving forever home. Chaz's profile can be found at www.petfinder.com/petdetail/35068780 Both Sapphire and Chaz are FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained, dewormed and spayed/neutered. If you are interested in adopting Sapphire and Chaz, please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Abuse and neglect have faces and names. This is Gabriel. Gabriel once had, what he believed to be a family and home. He was cruelly discarded, however, and left behind when his people moved. He wandered the old neighborhood and would gaze longingly at his old home. Occasional scraps came his way but no one opened their doors. Somehow, he managed to survive the long winters. Gabriel's luck changed, however, when a kind person heard the story of the battered cat who hadn't given up hope. She also heard he had gaping wounds behind his ears and was in "bad shape". She was fortunately able to find him, get him to the veterinarian and called us for help. Through all of this, Gabriel has never lost his faith in people. He craves affection and gently rubs and butts his head against you. He is happiest lying by your side and asks for little more than your companionship, and maybe a can of that great food! He is thriving in a loving foster home and his wounds have healed. Unfortunately, Gabriel tested positive for FIV. The good news is that many cats with FIV can live long, happy lives. We believe, as does Gabriel, that his special person or family is out there. He was meant to be an angel in someone's life. Gabriel has been vaccinated, neutered, and is ready to go home. For more information, contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or email@example.com or Ashlea 717-798-2043.
Boo! But thereâs no need to be afraid of this sweet little guy though. Boo is a precious young male cat that was abandoned in Berwick with a flea collar starting to embed into his neck. That ring around his neck isnât white fur, but missing fur that should soon grow in. The starving guy found himself at a cat loverâs home in Berwick and she called us to help him out. His collar was cut off and we are sure he feels much better. Boo was born in the Fall of 2015. He has the cutest round face and matching round eyes. He always looks curious. Heâs a little shy at first, but once he realizes youâre OK he loves to soak up the love and attention. He has a sweet and gentle temperament. Boo is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained, dewormed and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Boo please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
You might think you are seeing double with this rare set of tortoiseshell twins. You can easily tell these two are sisters. This super cute pair of girls has striking orange and black patterns on their coats. They were born in early July 2016 and are currently at a Foundryville foster home waiting until we have room at the shelter. They are social and friendly and have been handled by kids. The best scenario is to find homes for them before they need to come to the shelter. They are due to arrive in mid-September. If you are interested in adopting one or both of these tortie beauties please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Carson is an incredibly handsome silver tabby born in early June 2016. He was dropped off at the shelter along with his 2 brothers who were found as stray kittens at a campground. He was initially quite reserved but has blossomed in recent months at the shelter now coming forward to meet and play with staff and visitors. He thrives in the company of other cats and kittens and seems to gently "father" some of the more recent arrivals, He is often times found cuddling up with one of the scared new kittens as if to say "I've been in your shoes" but these folks really do care about us. Carson would likely do best in a home with another feline friend. He needs a person or family who will allow him to settle in at his own pace as he becomes your loyal friend. Carson tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, is litter trained, neutered and up to date on vaccines. If interested in adoption or more information, contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brodie is a sweet and affectionate 1-2 year old boy found as a stray in Danville by an older resident who couldn't take him in. She had fed him for several weeks until she could find a shelter to take him. Brodie has a handsome white coat with interesting orange accents and soulful eyes. He loves affection and to be pet. He enjoys following you and rubbing along your legs. He seems to get along with other cats. Brodie is FeLVFIV negative, up-to-date on shots, dewormed, litter trained and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Brodie please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Maverick is a one and a half year old male black and white tuxedo cat with striking markings. This guy loves to cuddle and be scratched and likes to get kisses and headbutt. He seems to get along with dogs more than with cats. He is very playful and just loves attention. He will chase after anything and is very active. He was adopted and in a home for most of his young life but developed behavioral issues with one of the other cats in the home. Sadly they had to bring him back to the shelter where he is doing quite well. Maverick is FeLV /FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, litter trained and neutered. If you were interested in adopting Maverick please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Hudson is a movie star handsome boy who was left outside when his family moved on. He is a beautiful, guy who would like to be the center of some caring person's attentions. He will curl up in your lap contentedly and enjoys being pet. . Hudson has a thick,dark tabby coat with a broad,good looking face. He would love to be a leading man in someone's life. Hudson is approximately 2-3 years old . He is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, litter trained, and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Hudson please contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or e-mail email@example.com.
This sassy girl is Spirit and named rightly so! Spirit jumps forward to greet anyone coming to the shelter. She will put out her paw to try to grab you as you walk by so she can get some attention. She's giddy with delight as she gets rubbed. Spirit wasn't always like this. She came in as a frightened and shy cat living who was living outside in a sickly cat colony. Her mouth was full of decay and she must've felt terrible. She had a full dental in 2016 and had most of her rotting teeth removed. She feels so much better now and it shows. She's full of spunk and is comical to watch how she wants your attention. She enjoys being picked up to receive kisses and purrs loudly to tell you she's happy. We've noticed that she cowers sometimes when you go to pet her head which makes us feel that someone may have abused her at one time. Spirit has a black shiny coat with a kiss of white on her chest. She might do best in a quieter home with patient people as it may take her a little time to adjust to a home. But she will shower you with love once she's comfortable there. Spirit is FeV/FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, dewormed, litter trained and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Spirit please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Budaloo is a large, striking two-year old silver tabby. He lived his first year outside with a buddy and a caregiver. When a predator was picking off other animals in the area she gave us a call to help. Budaloo's friend got adopted but sadly Budaloo was very scared at the shelter. He usually hid and was afraid at the approach of people. But he would forget his fears for treats and the laser light. Slowly Budaloo has become more accepting of people. He does want attention, although he is still a little shy. He gets along well with the other cats, especially the more timid ones. He's a bigger boy with large doe eyes, a beautiful gray tiger striped coat, and a distinctive kink in the middle of his tail. He would do better in a quieter home with a patient person. Budaloo is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, dewormed, and neutered. If you're interested in adopting Budaloo please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Jazzy has been looking for a permanent home for a long time. She was take in as a young stray, but could no longer be cared for by the gentleman who found her. A friend of his took her then and loved her until she had to move and couldn't take any pets. She sobbed at the thought of losing Jazzy, but she had no choice. She left Jazzy in our care. Jazzy was scared at first at the shelter, but she's come along way and is now very social. She gets very excited and dinner time and loves to go on travels around the shelter. She's a small cat with a gorgeous marbled brown and auburn coat and large striking eyes. She's a curious kitty and she likes attention. She was most likely born in 2015. Jazzy is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, dewormed, litter trained and spayed. If you were interested in adopting jazzy please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Loveyloo was tossed outside with no food or water when her people got a new cat. A concerned neighbor who witnessed her trying to get back into the house only to be ignored, took her in temporarily when the weather got cold. Although she was enamored with Loveyloo, she couldn't take care of her longtern due to her health. Loveyloo is a striking muted tabby. She has large eyes and a distinctive coat. She likes attention and to be pet. Her temporary caretaker had named her Lovey because of the attention she always seeked. She acclimated very quickly to the shelter and would transition easily into a home. Loveyloo is FeLV /FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, dewormed, litter trained and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Loveyloo please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Jenny was born outside and spent her first five years living in a cat colony in Berwick. She was one of the original kittens born in the colony when someone got a cat as a gift and just left it outside. She has seen a lot of cats come and go in her time there. The colony's caregiver started to notice how friendly Jenny had become. She was different than the more cautious cats in the colony. She felt she needed the chance to know the love and warmth of a home so she called us. Jenny took some time to acclimate to the shelter. This was the first time she was ever indoors. Born in 2012 she never knew the warmth and protection of being inside. She has acclimated more and more each day and she is a sweetheart. She is friendly and likes attention and to be pet. She is a gentle girl who gets along with other cats. She has a pretty tabby coat with a white chest, white face and white mitts. She's got a cute little pink nose. Will you be the one to give Jenny her chance at a safe and loving inside home? Jenny is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, litter trained, dewormed and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Jenny please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Jade is a black tiger striped tabby female approximately four years old. She was left behind alone in an apartment by a tenant in Danville after they moved out. The landlord tried to acclimate her with her own cats but Jade had some trouble. Jade is getting used to other cats being at the shelter now. She wants affection and to be pet, but she can be a little sassy. She has big large eyes and a round face making her awfully cute. She loves snacktime and catnip. Jade would be better in a quieter home without small children. Jade is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, dewormed, litter trained, and spayed. If you're interested in adopting Jade please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Mulligan is a sweet, playful, 5 yr old beagle. Poor guy came to us as a stray in rough shape. He had crystals in his urine, a prostate infection, ear infection, and was achy due to prior exposure to ticks. Due to this pain, he laid around much of the day and didn't want to be bothered with much. He looks so sad, even though he is so sweet and appreciative! He would look at us as if to tell us, "Sorry I'm in so much pain and don't want to interact much right now." He's just so pathetic looking! Now that he has been treated by our vet, he is feeling much better! He is on pain meds to make him more comfortable while he is undergoing treatment for his ailments. It seems to be working as Mulligan is becoming more social and playful everyday! On a recent walk, he grabbed his leash and started tugging to initiate play! It was a heart-warming site! Mulligan is neutered, vaccinated,& micro chipped. Housebreaking will be assessed after his urine is free from crystals and prostate infection resolved. If interested in Mulligan, please call or email Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org
Beatriz is a warm and loving female tortoiseshell born in Summer 2015. She was left behind in a house when people moved out of Berwick. Kind neighbors took her in along with another cat Buddy who is also available for adoption. Neither were spayed or neutered nature took its course and she had six beautiful kittens in January 2017. The kittens have all found homes but Beatriz is still waiting for hers. Beatriz is affectionate and social. She loves to be pet and she lived in a foster home with kids. She has a black coat with pretty orange accents. Beatriz is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, spayed, litter trained, and dewormed. If you were interested in adopting Beatriz please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Buddy is a sweet and gentle black and white tuxedo male born approximately Summer of 2015. Buddy was left behind in a home in Berwick when people moved. Kind neighbors took him in along with Beatriz who was also left behind. This sweet boy is a sweetheart. He likes attention and to be petted, but he is a little quiet with newcomers. We think he would make a wonderful companion. He also was exposed to children in his foster home. Buddy is FELV/FIV negative, up-to-date on shots, neutered, and dewormed. If you are interested in adopting Buddy please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
COURTESY POSTING Wow what a handsome guy. His name is Buddy. He will be 3 years old in June. He is a tri colored pit. He is neutered. He is up to dates on all of his shots and vaccinations including kennel cough. Buddy needs to go to a home without kids. Not sure how he is around cats or other dogs. He is very loving with adults. He is a very sweet boy. If you are interested in loving this guy up, please call TJ at 570-762-0535
Reba is a 4 1/2 yr old Coonhound who was found as a stray. She was taken in by a family who kept her for 2 months while trying to locate her owner. They might have kept her, but Reba was not good with their cat or bird. The family said she is sweet, loving, kind, and will let you do anything to her- clean ears, bathe, clip nails, etc. Reba likes back massages and tummy rubs. She is well house trained - always does her business in the same spot outside. Commands the family says she understands- go home, kennel, heel, back, no, come, not yours. She needs regular outdoor exercise, so an active family is necessary. Reba likes to follow her nose as she sniffs and will pull on her leash to do so, so a tall fenced in yard, or a person who is a good leader in and outside of the home is necessary. Reba seems to get along with other large dogs, not sure about small ones yet. The family who found her has wonderful things to say about her and we see all her wonderful qualities as well. Reba is spayed, vaccinated, micro chipped, and housebroken. If interested in adopting Reba, call or email Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org Please tell a little about yourself.
If you love Tabby kittens, these are you boys! They are 3 of the most lovable kittens you could hope to find. In fact, getting good pictures is difficult because they just want to cuddle up close to you. They each have unique tabby markings from grey and brown striped to brown swirled coats. They were born to a feral mom in the woods behind a local hotel but decided that life in the company of people could be so much safer and enjoyable. They are currently enjoying loads of attention in a foster home but hope to find loving homes of their own. The Tabby Trio tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, have initial kitten vaccines and neuter will be covered with adoption fee when a bit older. For more information contact foster mom Jan at 570-204-6823 or DiAnne 570-490-4117. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Dexter is a beautiful Pittie who came to us as a stray. Due to his large black and white spots, he looks like a mini cow! Dexter is a happy-go-lucky boy. He walks great on a leash and rides nicely in a car. He very friendly with people, even strangers. Although he came to us unneutered, he is now neutered, vaccinated, had a blood/parasite screening, and he appears to be housebroken. Our vet believes he is 4-5 yrs old. Everyday he is acclimating better and making more canine friends. If interested in Dexter, contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org Please tell a little about yourself.
Meet our bright, shiny, Penny! Penny's life, however, was not always filled with joy. She came to us as a young mother with her single surviving kitten. Sadly, the day prior to coming into a foster home, her other 2 kittens were killed by a predator. She was a devoted mother to Peanut who has since found a home. Now it's Penny's time to shine! Penny is a beautiful silver tabby with a soft coat and striking green eyes. She is very petite and by best estimate, around 1 year of age. She loves the company of people and is comfortable with other cats at the shelter. She has a calm demeanor yet still loves to engage in play and social time. Penny tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, is spayed, litter trained and up to date on vaccines. If interested in adopting pretty Penny contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or e-mail email@example.com.
"Adopt us!" roar Cleo and Bruce. This awesome duo almost didn't make it. Found abandoned in a groundhog hole at a Berwick trailer park at a week old in late April 2017 their future was grim until Jess' great family stepped in to help. These two were lovingly bathed and hand fed for weeks along with two other siblings until they could eat on their own. Three generations of family chipped in to help care for them. Cleo is a muted gray and peach tortoiseshell. She was the only girl in the litter and is described as the first to do everything. Bruce is a beefy gray striped boy and is described as a gentle giant who is relaxed and likes to sit back and observe. Both are well socialized and playful and are quickly becoming lap cats. They currently reside in their foster home in Mifflinville. Cleo and Bruce are FeLV/FIV negative, dewormed, up to date on vaccines and spayed/neutered. If you are interested in adopting these cuties please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Bandit is an 8 1/2 yr old Shih Tzu mix who was surrendered when his senior owners could no longer care for him. Heâs a quiet boy who walks great on a leash. Bandit enjoys the companionship of other small dogs, but would do fine as an only dog too. Heâll steal your heart with his perfectly imperfect underbite! Bandit loves human attention and will sit next to you and roll over begging for a belly rub! He would make a great companion for a mature person without little kids. Bandit is neutered, vaccinated, micro chipped, and housebroken. If interested, contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.orgvery
Odin is a 1-2 yr old adorable Pit Bull mix who came in as a stray. He knows a lot of commands and calmly enjoys car rides. Actually, he was one of the best canine passengers I ever had in my car and I had another smaller dog in my front seat! Odin gets along with most of the dogs at the shelter and loves his pink belly rubbed! He is neutered, vaccinated, had a blood parasite screening, is micro chipped, and appears housebroken. If interested in meeting Odin, please contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
On a 7 mile walk along Bowers Road in Berwick, Elizabeth came across a little orange furry face peeking out of the high grass. She stopped for a moment and continued walking. The little orange face kept following her for over a mile. She couldn't just leave him there on the road so she carried the little orange fellow for over several miles until she came back to her starting point where she found him. Only then did she find another orange face peeking out of the brush! She called a relative to come pick up the second kitten thinking she couldn't carry them both home. When they got home they realized these cute and friendly brothers must've been dumped on the roadside seeing how friendly and loving they were. She named them Marco and Polo. Polo loves to be cradled and sung songs by her children. Both are playful and cuddly. They get along with dogs and children. They would make a wonderful addition to any active family. They were born in March 2017 and these bonded brothers must be adopted together. Just check out how chill they are with her son in the photos. Both have been tested negative for FELV/FIV, up to date on shots, dewormed, litter trained and will be neutered in early September. If you were interested in adopting Marco and Polo please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Tammy from Millville couldn't help but take in a stray pregnant cat that was mixed in with a colony of cats she was caring for during the March blizzard of 2017. On 3/26/17 mamma had seven kittens and she found homes for three but four remain still needing a home. Gypsy, the only girl, makes up for it with her sassy ways. She knows how to handle her brother and put him in his place! She is a cute black and white tuxedo who loves to chase toys. Bart was the biggest of the litter, all black and very sweet. He purrs and wants to be around people all the time. Both are social, loving and playful. They are currently in a Millville foster home with 5 dogs and her other cats. Gypsy and Bart are FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and spay and neuter will be covered. If you're interested in adopting Gypsy or Bart please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
When Robin went to the chicken coop at her Benton farm to get some fresh eggs she got quite a surprise when she found three little kittens in the nest instead! Born in mid-April to a new stray in the area, Robin took the crew later to her enclosed porch to keep the family safe. Turbo is a gray and white male. Tully, a black female and Tipper, a black and white tuxedo female. All are sweet and have acclimated well to being brought inside. They all like people, dogs, and of course...chickens! Turbo, Tully and Tipper are FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained and spay/neuter will be covered. If you were interested in adopting any of these kittens please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
COURTESY POSTING Stormy is a 10 yr old Aussie Shepherd. He is very lovable and sweet. He is good with other dogs, kids and cats. He would do best to have another dog in the home with him. He can get destructive is he is left alone too long, so a home with someone who is home most of the time is ideal. He could also use a home where he would have a job, like a farm maybe. If you are interested in giving this guy a great loving home and get a lot of love back, please call Derk at 570-437-4366 or 570-441-7316
Titten is a 10 month old, white with grey accents kitten who was abandoned in a home. From the second she was rescued she was extremely loving & affectionate. She likes to be held and will follow you around the house. Titten has been in a foster home with other female cats, kittens, and large dogs since she was rescued and she enjoys the company of all. She is playful and curious, but also mild mannered. She loves new people and does not hide from anything! She is spayed, vaccinated, tested, and litter trained. If interested, please contact Mary at 570-204-2491 or Mary@nokillarc.org
COURTESY POSTING Please meet this gorgeous girl named Bailey. She is a 6 yr old Doberman/Rottie/Shep mix. She is spayed and up-to-date on shots. Bailey is in a home with another dog and 2 cats. She does okay with the other dog. She does not chase the cats but if they walk by her she snaps at them. There is a new baby in the home that has started to crawl around and it makes Bailey nervous so the family thinks it is best to find her a loving home with no small kids. She loves to play and is very welcoming to people. She is beautiful. If you think you could give Bailey a loving home please call Mat at 570-933-4334
When one of our previous adopters Cathy looked out her window at her Mifflinburg home, she found three homeless kittens (clearly brothers) coming out of the woods. They were definitely well socialized but starving and crying for attention. Their future was uncertain as they were skinny and covered with fleas so she called ARC to help. We are so glad she did! These triplet boys are a playful, loving and social group. Austin has black highlighter around his eyes and loves to perch on your shoulder.. Angelo and Andre are doppelgÃ¤ngers for each other. They love to run after anything that moves and are eager for peoples attention. They all have handsome gray coats with white accents. Any of the kittens would do well in homes with children. Austin, Angelo and Andre are FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, and neutered. . If you are interested in adopting any of these wonderful boys please contact DiAnne 570-490-4117, email@example.com or Michelle 570-759-0920.
Angie's neighbor trapped the stray mom of these baby kittens and took her away leaving them motherless at the tender age of three weeks. Born in early June 2017, Angie fostered them until they could eat on their own. Now this quartet of brothers are ready for their forever homes. There are three cute tuxedos boys with unique black and white accents and one orange male. Three have medium length fur. They are described as adventuresome and all four seek out humans and love to cuddle. They cohabitate with Angie's beagle so they are use to dogs. The kittens have had some exposure to small children and a lot of handling by by Angie's teenagers and their friends. All boys are FELV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed, and neuter will be covered. If you're interested in adopting any of Angie's kittens please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Lunar and Stella were born in early May 2017 to a stray at an abandoned garage in rural Nescopeck. Cat lover Sherry made sure they had plenty to eat as she walked the half mile to the house every day to feed and socialize with them. This brother and sister pair were the more social of the litter. We knew if we could get them into a foster home they might have a chance at a forever home. Lunar is a solid black male and his sister Stella is a black and white tuxedo girl. They are beginning to flourish in their Mifflinville foster home. They have a social stepbrother and sister to guide them. They beg for attention and to be pet but are also playful. Lunar is quite the lover now. He begs to be pet and can't stand when someone else is getting attention and he isn't. Get your tissues out because he drools when he is pet. Lunar and Stella are FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed, and spay/neuter will be covered. If you are interested in adopting Lunar or Stella please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Precious little Maggie has a pretty face and soulful eyes. She has a soft brown tabby striped coat. She is friendly and social and very playful. She came from a property in Freeburg that was overrun with kittens that were sickly and dying. She was born in early May 2017 and has become healthy and happy as she waits for her forever home. Maggie is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on vaccines, dewormed, litter trained and spay will be covered. If you are interested in adopting Maggie please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Hungry cries came from somewhere in the barn. Fortunately, an experienced vet tech heard these calls for help. Three tiny kittens were whisked home for feeding and rewarming. Sadly, their mother was likely the cat Heather had seen dead along the roadside. Carly and Cobie, are now thriving in their foster home (their sister was just adopted). They are curious, playful and outgoing kittens who seem comfortable in just about any setting. They have been exposed to both canine and feline friends in their foster homes. Carly and Cobie are quite bonded and would love to go to a home together. Carly and Cobi tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, are litter trained, vaccinated and spay/neuter covered with adoption fee. For more information contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This poor little girl was found Aug 1st at the Weiser State Forest near Numidia/Catawissa. She was found in parking lot near the lake by road construction workers. They believe someone dropped her off there because they had never seen her there before, but she stayed in the parking lot like she was waiting for someone to come back for her. They could not get close to her, so they called ARC for help. We were told she was bunking down under a large flat bed trailer. And yep, that's where we found her. Luckily, there was an open space on the trailer right above where she was laying. A slip lead was looped around her head. She was not happy, and gave us a little grumble, as we pulled her to the surface of the trailer. Once her feet hit the ground though, she seemed to know we were there to help and we could almost immediately see the fear drain from her as relief overcame her. It was as if she knew her previous family was not coming back for her, but that maybe we wanted her, truly, wanted her. She was coaxed into a comfy SUV lined with blankets, a doggie bed, and best of all, shade! Flea dermatitis left parts of her face, ears, & back bare so the Sun was extra brutal on this poor soul. She was given some water and some left over pancakes from the rescuers breakfast. On the ride to the shelter, she was ordered a chicken snack wrap from Wendy's. She politely ate and drank all that was offered to her (see video). Upon arriving at the shelter, she was given a medicated bath, flea medicine, and a nail trimming which she was surprisingly calm for. She appeared grateful. It was difficult for her to walk considering some of her nails were so long, they actually overlapped (see pic)! The next day she saw the vet who gave her a lot of medicine to help her skin heal and fur begin to return. She is due for a vet recheck the middle of Aug. She is about 35 lbs and our vet believes she is about 5 yrs old and possibly a Beagle/Black Lab mix. The men who found her at the site called her Bella, so Bella it is. Her first morning meeting new people standing outside her kennel was scary for her, but as her rescuer appeared and helped her emerge from her kennel, she made friends with the new people quickly. She has been a people friendly girl ever since. Bella does not like other dogs at the moment. Probably tied outside most of her life and unsocialized. It appears she had pups at least once. We are working on acclimating her to other dogs and she is slowly coming along. She is making friends with a dog named Moose as they go on walks together. Bella is also barking less at other dogs at the shelter. Her total transformation will take time and we will help her every step of the way! To help financially with Bella's care please donate at our website, www.nokillarc.org , and leave a note that the donation is for sweet Bella. Bella will be vaccinated, spayed, have a blood parasite screening, & be micro chipped by the end of Aug. If you are interested in becoming a permanent part of Bella's transformation & family, please contact Mary at 570-204-2491 or Mary@nokillarc.org. Please tell a little bit about yourself.
Darla is looking for her Alfalfa, someone who just can't live without her! Very friendly 5-6 yr old Boxer/American Bulldog mix Darla came to us as a stray with fur missing due to flea dermatitis. (See 2 pics prior to care.) Fortunately, since being in our care and getting flea preventatives and medicated baths to restore her fur. (See pics of her modeling a T-shirt and during her car ride back from her vet recheck.) She's become the princess in our gang of "Little Rascals!" Sweet, comical Darla is playful outside, but calm in her kennel. She walks beautifully on a leash, with a confidence that begs the question: "You got fries to go with that shake?" Darla seems to prefer male dogs to females, but gets along with people of all ages! Come meet Darla today, she'll make you "Melt like a Popsicle on the Fourth of July"! Darla is vaccinated, spayed, had a blood parasite screening, is micro chipped, and appears housebroken. If interested in meeting Darla, please contact Vicki at 670-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org Please tell a little about yourself.
Manny is approximately 2 years old. He is a large, handsome ruler - a trophy cat if you will, who enjoys sitting atop a high throne and observing his kingdom. He believes himself above the touch of his human serfs (our staff), but he has been making exceptions and greeting recent visitors, getting out amongst his loyal subjects. Manny gets along very well with the other cats, especially the more timid boys who hang back in the corner - they have elected him their king and follow his lead. King Manny is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Manny please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Hello, my name is Emmy. I arrived at the shelter with my sister Emery, who is also available for adoption. I'm a large, gentle adolescent with tabby markings and bold, green eyes - everyone loves my eyes. I can often be found lounging on the shelf by our big window, watching all the people and doggies pass by as they go about their day. It didn't take long for them to realize I didn't mind when the big dogs jumped up on the window - in fact, I would sniff at them curiously. I'm so laid back that I have become ambassador to the canines - they bring me out to see if they like our kind. I get along with everyone: dogs, cats, and humans. I like to greet my human friends with a delicate nose-to-nose bump; I think it's more polite than those brazen head bumps my sister gives. I'm FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, and spayed. If you are looking for a companion with the manners of a true lady and would like to meet me, please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Hi, I'm Emery! I came to the shelter with my sister Emmy, who is also available for adoption. I'm a friendly, outgoing adolescent, with green eyes, and a swirling gray coat with white paws. I often greet visitors to our room with a meow and a head bump, and I eagerly climb into laps. Laps are the best! I also like to play with all our toys, especially with my roommates. I get along well with all the other cats, and they all seem to like me too. After playing I enjoy a good nap near the door, resting up to eagerly greet the next visitor. I'm FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, and spayed. If you are interested in making me the greeter at your home, please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Aubrey is a striking young tortoiseshell cat with the sweetest disposition. She showed up on an outside porch crying for leftovers and some human companionship. Given her friendly nature, it's clear she had grown up around people before she fell on hard times. Aubrey has the most gorgeous markings with her golden chest and orange tipped tail. She is calm, gentle and affectionate with people and other cats. Aubrey runs forward for pets and attention as you walk through the door. Based on her size, we estimate she was born in the early months of 2017. She would be a loving companion and attentive feline friend. Aubrey tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, is vaccinated, soon to be spayed, and housetrained. For more information contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or email@example.com.
Ryder is a 3 yr old hound mix, He was surrendered when his family split and could no longer physically or financially care for him. He appears to get along with small dogs, but is intimidated by large dogs. He is a friendly dog, but fearful with new people, so he'll need a home with patience and experience with fearful dogs. He is young, so we are hoping the right home will come along that will help him flourish. Ryder is vaccinated, neutered, micro chipped, had a blood parasite screening, and appears housebroken. Ryder loves car rides! If interested in giving Ryder a chance, please contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org Please tell a little about yourself.
Carmel was rescued off the streets as a very pregnant stray and taken into foster care. Within the next 10 days she continued to grow and grow and grow. On April 5, 2017, Carmel gave birth to five beautiful babies. Four boys and one girl. Carmel was a very good mother raising all of her babies and even taking on the responsibility of a couple abandoned babies. One by one each little boy were selected to go into their forever homes. Poor Carmel and Cello never had anyone show any interest in either of them. Carmel and Cello are now a bonded mother/daughter pair and love each other dearly. They remain in the foster home together and would love to find a forever home together. Due to the bonding of these two, we recommend not splitting these two up. They are looking for a quiet home to relax together and bring you so much fun and enjoyment. Both are spayed, utd on all vaccines, FeLV/FiV negative and litter trained. If interested in adopting this pair contact Sue via text/call 570-854-1909 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Poor little Cecil was found after a very bad rainstorm in July fending for himself at approximately 4 weeks of age. Cecil was taken into foster care and is enjoying all of his kitty friends, big and small. He is very personable, meeting foster mom at the top of the steps every time she opens the door. He is a big helper at feeding time making sure all the dishes are full and litter boxes scooped. He is a very active kitten always looking for something new to get into. Cecil is approximately 8 weeks old, litter box trained, will be tested for FeLV/FiV, all first year vaccines and neuter are covered with adoption fee. If you are interested in adopting Cecil, please contact Sue via text/call 570-854-1909 or email: email@example.com
Hi, I'm Goose! I was found starving at the Millville carnival, a scrawny 4lb adolescent, by a loving family who brought me to the shelter. I must have made quite an impression, because they have continued to follow up on my progress and visit. I've more than doubled my weight since then, and I am finally in good health. The staff and volunteers all fawn over me, cradling me like a baby in their arms, and teaching me how to chase around that crazy red dot! I love snuggling - any kind of attention really - and I'm told I'm very gentle when I play. In fact, they tell me I'm a perfect kitty! "Oh, Goose, you're such a chill dude! You let us do anything to you, you're SO handsome, and you're so good with all the dogs and other kitties! You're PERFECT!" Yup, that's what they say! All I need now is a home and a lap to call my own. Will you be my Maverick? I'm FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, and neutered. If I've piqued your interest and you would like to meet me, please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Kelsey, Keefer and Kenji are 3 kindred kittens-well almost "look alike" siblings to be exact. Kelsey is the leader of the pack and is a quite fearless snuggler who loves to find your lap. He has a mid length coat and the more prominent white markings. Keefer and his sister Kenji, at first glance, are difficult to tell apart until you see Keefer's white tipped tail. He is curious and inquisitive and loves to play. Kenji is a bit more reserved until she gets to know you. Once she trusts you, however, she has the loudest and happiest purr of the group and seeks your attention. Kelsey, Keefer and Kenji tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, are litter trained, vaccinated and spay/neuter scheduled in mid September. For more information on adoption contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A loud meow came from under the hood of a car in the Geisinger parking lot on the 4th of July holiday . Fortunately, an employee knew this was a cry for help and contacted security. The car"s owner was found, the hood opened, and out popped the little kitten Indy! This sweet, social kitten is thriving in the foster home of the family who found him. He enjoys the company of multiple four legged companions including cats and a dog. What he loves most, however, is snuggling up with his two legged family-after a bit of play of course! Indy would certainly enjoy being in a home where he has playmates. He has a soft white coat with buff tabby markings. Indy tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, is litter trained/vaccinated and neuter is scheduled (covered as part of adoption fee). For more information on Indy, contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or email@example.com.
Mars and Milky Way are fitting names for these sweet as can be kittens. They also look like little celestial beings with their big golden globe eyes.Mars and Milky Way were taken in by a foster family who saw them stumble hungrily from the woods with their mother Mella. They had several leg and neck wounds which could have been from a predator. Fortunately with a vet visit, antibiotics and some tender loving care-they have fully recovered. They are very social, outgoing kittens who have spent time with children, other cats and a dog in their foster home. Little Mars is a goofy, playful and inquisitive girl who makes friends quickly. She has a short, soft coat. Milky Way is a dreamy boy with silky, mid length hair with tufts from his ears. He has a unique strip of silver that runs down his back and tail. They would love to be adopted together. We estimate date of birth in early July. Mars and Milky Way tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, are vaccinated, litter trained and spay/neuter covered with adoption fee. For more information contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gizmo is a 6-7y/o female calico cat that loves to cuddle. If you are sitting with an empty lap then she is right there. She prefers a home without young children. She is good with dogs, but has never lived with other cats. She has her playful moments and will definitely let you know when she wants to play. Her current family loves her so much and it breaks their hearts to give her up. But Gizmo doesn't want to share her love with their young child. They will be moving in Spring 2018 to a location that doesn't allow cats. Gizmo is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained, and front declawed. Family will also send all of her accessories along with her. Gizmo is in the New Bloomfield area outside of Harrisburg. If you're interested in adopting Gizmo please contact Brooke at (717) 636-1753.
Mella is a beauty who could grace the cover of kitty magazines! She has a gorgeous mid length silky coat and wide green eyes. Life, however, was not always so kind. This young teen aged mother was struggling to survive with her little ones and clearly needed help. Mella brought 2 emaciated and wounded kittens (Mars and Milky Way) out of the woods to a kind family's home. Happily, all are thriving now and it's time for their story to have a happy new beginning. Mella loves the attention of people and coos happily as she rubs against you. She is a bona fide lap cat and was great with the children in her foster home. Several large dogs have been quite smitten with her and she has happily returned their affection. For more information on adopting pretty Mella, contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or email@example.com. Mella is vaccinated, housetrained, tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV and spay is scheduled.
Pretty Sheela looks like a petite Maine Coon mix with her tufted ears and paws and soft longer length coat. She was found outside crying for food and water on a hot fall day. She is a friendly, sweet kitten who enjoys quiet time relaxing with her foster family. We suspect she never had the luxury of toys as she is just learning how to play. Her wide green eyes are mesmerizing and seem to express wisdom beyond her years. Sheela very much enjoys the company of people and is living peacefully with other cats in her foster home. She would likely do best is a quieter household. Sheela tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, is litter trained, up to date on vaccines, and spay is scheduled. We estimate she was born in spring of 2017. For more information on adoption, contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This handsome Guy is Riley. He is a 7 yr old Chorki. Half Chihuahua and half Yorkie. He loves other dogs and loves kids. Not sure how he is with cats. Riley prefers to go on pee pads vs going out side. He is neutered and up to date on his shots. Riley is looking for a perfect loving home as his owner is never home due to working and feels it is not fair to him. If you would like to meet this handsome guy, please call Cyndi at 570-356-2387
Atticus (Atty) was found in rough shape by a visitor to our area. He was weak, very skinny with ribs and hip bones protruding, and missing some fur due to fleas. He had on a collar and newer id tag, but the number was disconnected. When the finder called us for help, she was relieved we could take him and drove her to us right away. Atticus laid on the back seat cuddling with her young granddaughter. He seemed relieved to be in human care again. From the second he arrived, he seemed to know he was in good hands and offered love and affection immediately. Rest, food, vet care, and TLC have helped his inner puppy emerge. Atty loves to run and play fetch in the field. He is gaining weight back and is ready for his very own family. Atticus is extremely sweet and loving with adults & kids, gets along with other dogs, and seems ok with cats too. He is neutered, vaccinated, had a blood parasite screening, is micro chipped, and appears housebroken. Our vet believes he is 6-7 yrs old. Local Great Dane rescue rep believes him to be Dane or Dane mix. If interested in setting up an appointment to meet Atticus, please contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org Please tell a little bit about yourself.
Drs. and Nurse Tiny Cat to the ED STAT! It's a new season premiere episode of "ER" and we think this one will be a blockbuster. A compassionate patient on the way to the emergency room found a sealed container full of 6 kittens. There was no time to spare! After freeing the precious felines, she brought them along for a CAT Scan. The pretty kittens soon snuggled their way into the hearts of the ER staff. Two were adopted on the spot which was great news on a busy Caturday. The remaining 4 kittens are thriving and have donned their scrubs in hopes of working their way into someone's heart. In honor of their health care friends they have chosen names of famous people in Medicine-Ms. Clara (Barton), Drs. Cushing, Cooley, and Colley. Please help us ensure this episode has a purrfectly paw-sitive outcome by giving one or more of these kittens a loving home. For more information on adoption contact Sue 570-854-1909 or DiAnne 570-490-4117 or email@example.com. The ER kittens tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, are vaccinated, litter trained and spay/neuter covered with adoption fee.
On one of the last days of summer in September 2017, a Middleburg family found a lonely, abandoned three week old kitten in their backyard. They waited some to see if her momma came for her and she did not. They had two lactating stray moms but neither would take the kitten. She was healthy, but they were an elderly couple on a limited income and they were going away in a few weeks and were afraid they wouldn't have anyone to feed the kitten that could barely fit in the palm of your hand. A seasoned newborn foster mom stepped up to the plate and took little Lizzie under her wing. Hand feeding her through those first critical weeks she is now plumped up and ready for adoption. Lizzie was born in early September 2017. She is described as cuddly, playful and feisty. She has a pretty tabby striped coat. She is currently in a foster home in Northumberland. Lizzie is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed, litter trained and spay will be covered. If you're interested in adopting Lizzie please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920.
Little Lillith is looking for anyone who will cuddle with her and enjoy her loud purrs. This cutie was born July 10, 2017. Her medium haired calico mom was rescued and spared from a potential hoarding situation when she was newly pregnant. Lilith was raised with a litter of four other siblings who all just recently got adopted in pairs leaving Lillith with no playmates. She is currently residing in a foster home in Catawissa where she loves to play, cuddle and purr soon as she is picked up. She gets along very well with dogs. Lilith is the sweet orange and white medium haired female. She is second behind Lamar for being the most active. She has a warm personality and purrs the minute you pick her up. Lillith is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed, litter trained and spay will be covered. If you're interested in adopting Lillith please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920. She's
COURTESY POSTING Please meet Dozer, what a handsome guy!! Dozer is a 1 yr old Boxer/Blue Heeler mix. He is good with other dogs and kids. He has not been around cats. He is not neutered but must be as a condition of adoption. He will need to be caught up on his shots. Dozer is a very friendly loving guy. Unfortunately his owner had to move and could not take him along. If you would love to give Dozer a loving home, please call Richard at 570-316-3928.