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Nano is a senior cat born in 2008. She 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 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sugar is a pretty senior girl who was born Jan, 2008. 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 or email@example.com
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 in Sept, 2011 when only just a few months old. Sahara likes attention, but is still a little 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 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
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.
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.
Imagine this cute face being a target at the end of a shotgun? Ainsley and her 3 siblings were dropped off at the shelter as 4 month old kittens because the man that had them was threatening to shoot them all. Luckily a neighbor stepped in and got them out of harmâs way. We were glad we got to save the life of this beautiful girl and her siblings. Ainsley has a pretty dark orange tabby striped coat with white paws and white highlights on her face. And look at those front paws! Ainsley is a polydactyl cat with extra toes on each of her paws. She is playful but a little shy until she gets to know you. She was previously adopted with her friend Tia but returned because "there was too much hair in the house" (yes we can't make this up). She was born in February 2016. Ainsley is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained, dewormed and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Ainsley 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
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.
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.
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.
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.
ALFIE (Grey Tabby) lives up to his name as the fun loving âalpha maleâ â instigating play with other kitties or with any kind of toy, exploring anything new and showing his curiosity constantly. His vet has estimated that heâs about 11 months old. Since he was found in the woods where he and his brothers were dumped as babies, heâs thrived in foster care, playing with all of the other kitties. Heâs VERY sociable, and will do best where he has at least one other kitty as a friend and playmate. He has not been exposed to dogs or young children, but will likely adapt well. Alphie has a gorgeous soft grey swirled tabby coat. He is VERY SWEET, CUDDLY, PLAYFUL, AND LOVES ATTENTION! Alfie tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, is neutered, vaccinated and litter trained. For more information on this handsome boy contact foster mom Jan at 570-204-6823
This exotic beauty is Missy. We've never seen a cat quite with her looks. She has a deep dark gray coat with large expressive eyes. Her coat is black, but seems to have a gray undercoat which gives her a dark gray appearance. Her fur feels as soft as a bunny's and a soon as you start petting her she purrs immediately. Sadly the home that Missy shared with another cat and her family was sold and the family could not take the cats along to the next home with such short notice. A relative took the other cat, but they could not find anyone to help poor Missy. It was with a heavy heart that they surrendered Missy to the shelter. Imagine how abandoned she must feel. Missy is a gentle and friendly cat. She gets along with other cats and she was around grandchildren in her former home. Missy is nine years old, is in good health and looks great. She is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on shots, litter trained and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Missy 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.
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 is vaccinated, spayed, had blood parasite screening, & is micro chipped. 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.
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.
Carmel was rescued off the streets as a very pregnant stray in March, 2017 and taken into foster care. Within the next 10 days she continued to grow and grow and grow. On April 6, 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 was selected to go into their forever homes. Poor Carmel and Cello has 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: email@example.com
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 litter box trained, tested negative for FeLV/FiV, neutered and all first year vaccines are current. If you are interested in adopting Cecil, please contact Sue via text/call 570-854-1909 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandy is a handsome lanky boy born in late 2016. He and his sister Sara were outside strays in Danville. Sandy is super playful and gets along with other cats. He has a rare buff colored coat and large eyes. He can be a bit hand shy with people. Sandy is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and neutered. If you are interested in meeting Sandy please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com.
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Atticus (Monkey) 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. We believe him to be Boxer, Lab, and possibly Great Dane mix. He is around 10 years old. 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.
ARCs own âPied Piperâ, weâd follow this sweet girl anywhere! Piper is a 13 year old lab mix who was surrendered to ARC when her family moved and unfortunately, couldnât take her with them. She loves people of all shapes and sizes! Piper has made several canine friends here at ARC, but loves nothing more than giving staff âhugsâ by wrapping her arms around your waist and nuzzling close! Piper is well-behaved in her kennel and walks nicely on a leash. Sheâs also spayed, UTD on vaccinations, had a blood parasite screening and will be microchipped upon adoption! If interested in meeting Piper please contact Ashley at (570) 617-3321 or Ashley@nokillarc.org to set up an appointment! Please tell a little about yourself.
Sage is the perfect catch - white, black and handsome! Silly Sage is a Pit mix who rivals the heartthrobs of Hollywood! He is loving, athletic and always willing to work for a treat! Sage is a favorite at ARC, always ready to go for a walk or curl up next to his favorite staff member for some love. He also likes to casually lounge in the Sun or spend some time being dipped upside down after some hugs from his ARC friends. He would be ideal for an active family without young children or other pets. Sage is neutered, vaccinated, had a blood parasite screening, and is microchipped. He was born in 2013. If interested in meeting Sage, please contact Vicki at (570) 204-6355 Vicki@nokillarc.org to set up an appointment. Please tell a little about yourself.
On a bitter cold December night Leeâs son found this cute little dilute calico stray on Lowes Road in Bloomsburg. She came right up to him and he couldnât bear to leave her there by herself. He brought her to his father Lee in Espy who was a cat lover. Lee tried to find her owner by posting ads, but no one claimed the cutie. Lee took her to his vet and she tested FIV positive. She had her ear tipped already so we knew she was spayed as an outdoor cat. This sweetheart is gentle and loving and very affectionate. Sheâs definitely a lap kitty. FIV is not a death sentence. Itâs a lowered immunity condition and most cats live long lives. She is litter trained, up to date on shots and spayed. If you have room in your heart for this sweet little calico girl please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Olive is a beautiful young pit bull who came to us when her living situation changed. Sheâs an active girl who just wants to play but would require an experienced dog owner to teach her manners while playing. She exhibits food aggression, and although we have been working with her, she would need someone experienced enough to continue the training. She is spayed, vaccinated, had a parasite screening, appears house broken & is micro chipped. If interested, contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org
Bugz is sweet, endearing and, let's just say it, "cute as a bug"! He was found in a barn with his siblings on a cold December day. Fortunately a foster home was available and he has grown up to be a very special kitten. Bugz loves people young and old and has been delighting folks at the Scratching Post kitty cafÃ© in Lewisburg. He is also very good with other cats and comfortable with canine playmates. Bugz, like many ginger cats, is a lover and a cuddler. We have no doubt he would good with children and an awesome family companion. Bugz was born in early November 2017. He is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Bugz please contact DiAnne 570-490-4117 or email@example.com
Beretta was found as a starving stray begging for scraps in a Berwick trailer court in the dead cold of winter. She was so hungry because she had seven young kittens to feed. One of our foster moms Peg saw the plight of this poor mother and babes and took them into her warm home. Beretta is a pretty black and orange tortoiseshell female with cute orange paws and large warm gold eyes. She was born approximately in late 2016. She is totally devoted to people and loves attention and being pet. She happily jumps in your lap for attention. Beretta can take a bit to warm up to other cats but has lived comfortably at the Scratching Post kitty cafÃ© with other feline friends. Beretta is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed, litter trained, and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Beretta please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shining bright, my name is Star. I got the name because I was found in a barn with my seven kittens in the cold weeks before Christmas, Luckily, my kittens and I were taken in by a kind man and his wife. (kind of a Mary and Joseph if you know what I mean). They had to find us shelter at the ARC quickly because the good woman was scheduled for heart surgery. I think it may have been because her heart was too big and kind for her body. She certainly saved me and my family-giving us a much brighter future. I am a beautiful brown tabby cat with deep green eyes that capture your attention. I am a gentle girl who loves soft pets and sitting contentedly by your side. I am good with other cats and would likely do best in a quieter household. Please consider letting my light shine it's way into hour heart. Love, Star. Star tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, is spayed, vaccinated and litter trained. For more information on Star, contact DiAnne at 570-490-4117 or email@example.com.
Kelly may not know much about the stray cat she named Cleo, but she quickly fell in love with her. Itâs not hard to see why. Cleo showed up at Kellyâs Selinsgrove home on one of the coldest days in January 2018. She was wearing a collar and was sweet as can be, but Kellyâs attempts to find her owners was in vain. We just have to think someone is missing this sweetheart. But their loss can be your gain. Cleo is a gorgeous black and orange tortoiseshell kitty who wants nothing more than to love on any person who will send attention her way. She is purring constantly and rubs up against everyone. She is just bursting with love. She is warm and engaging with children and strangers alike. She appears to get along with dogs as well as cats. Cleo is approximately 2-3 years old, tested FeLV/FIV negative, is litter trained, up yo date on vaccines and spayed. If you are interested in adopting this love bug please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Uncle Buck is one of the most relaxed, laid back cats we have met. He is great with other animals and people of all ages! He is very social, and loves to curl up on your lap and snuggle for as long as you will allow. Unfortunately, he is FIV+ and has to be separated from the rest of our cat population to protect his health. This means he does not get the socialization he so desperately desires. He is becoming depressed the longer remains isolated at the shelter, we need to find this sweet boy a home. UPDATE: Uncle Buck now has a room mate, Bronson, another FIV+ cat who is also up for adoption. We are so glad he has a friend to keep him company, but it's still nothing compared to the company of a family. These boys have become bonded in their short time together, we would love for them to be adopted as a pair! We believe Buck may have been significantly abused before he was found and taken in. His jaw is crooked (kicked? hit by a car?), he had wounds across his face when he arrived, and he has a lump in his left shoulder - perfectly round, solid, and foreign, we believe is it a bb pellet or buck shot that became embedded in his skin. Despite all this, Uncle Buck remains a sweet, affectionate, snuggly boy who instantly purrs and kneads your arm the moment you pick him up. Uncle Buck is FeLV negative but is *FIV positive*, up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed, litter trained and neutered. If youâre interested in adopting sweet Buck please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com.
A sweet and soft name like Delphine describes this sweet and soft tuxedo beauty. Delphine seems to have lived a life of abandonment in her brief life. She was left behind in Bloomsburg by her first family when they moved. She was then taken in by neighbors whose grandchildren terrorized her. When they were done they booted her back outside. Finally a third neighbor started feeding her, but her landlord would not allow her to take her inside. She then called us for help as she couldnât bear to see Delphine outside in the freezing cold January days. Delphine is warm, friendly and curious. She was born in Spring 2017. She especially enjoys being rubbed behind her ear and playing in her water bowl. She has nearly symmetrical black and white markings on her face and chest with and a cute pink nose. She has large inquisitive eyes and always seems to be the first at the door to greet visitors. Delphine is FeLV/FIV negative, up to date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Delphine please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Miss Kitty â My name is Miss Kitty. I was rescued by the grounds keepers at a local golf course as a kitten and Iâve spent my entire life with âthe boysâ at the maintenance building. Iâm now in foster care and I love being inside a warm home with regular meals for the first time. Iâve never had a real home or a real family to love me, but âthe boysâ always fed me from their lunch boxes and let me hang-out with them, so Iâm comfortable around humans. Since I was an âonly catâ Iâm not sure how Iâll react to other cats, dogs or young children, but I know theyâll have to be quiet or âmellowâ for us to get along. My one wish is to find a loving home with adults or possibly older, mature kids (a real family or single parent). Iâve been spayed, tested FELV/FIV Negative, and I was re-vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP (distemper). My vet called me a âHealthy, Beautiful Lady!â (We can all use a compliment once in awhile!) If youâre looking for a single cat, Iâm your gal! For more information on Miss Kitty cotact foster mom Jan at 570-204-6823
When the weather turned frigid, Babs and her kitten Zuzu knew they needed somewhere safe and warm to stay. Fortunately, when they pawed at a kind woman's front door-the door opened. It seems that someone left them out to fend for themselves as Babs was already spayed and both were friendly and seeking both warmth and affection. Momma Babs has striking calico markings with bands of color on her side. She chirps,, rather than meows, and has a loud motorboat kind of purr she belts out like Barbara Streisand. She now jumps in her foster mom's lap to snuggle and likes to give kisses. ZuZu is still 100% kitten. She has little fear and is very curious and playful.. She follows her foster mom everywhere hoping for some pets and playtime. Babs and Zuzu are bonded and we would hope to see them go to a home together. They are both good with the home's resident cats. Babs and Zuzu tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV, are spayed, vaccinated and litter trained. For more information contact DiAnne 570-490-4117.
Petite little Vinny is a 2 yr old Terrier/Pit Bull mix who came in as a stray with Lyza. He is a sweet, well-mannered boy, who walks nicely on a leash. He is making doggie friends at the shelter and even gets along with cats! Vinny is neutered, microchipped, and UTD on vaccinations. If interested in meeting Vinny (by appointment only), contact Ashley at (570) 617-3321 or email@example.com. Please tell a little about yourself.
Old dogs are still puppies at heart, and Blaze hasnât let age dull her sparkle! Blaze came into ARC as an owner surrender when her owner could no longer care for her due to his work schedule. Sweet and affectionate, Blaze acts far younger than her 10 years. She has the white teeth and playfullness of a 6 yr old. A Collie, Shepherd mix, Blaze is the best of both breeds - loyal and loving with a fun, goofy side! Calm in her kennel, Blaze walks beautifully on a leash and is making dog friends at the shelter. Blaze is spayed, vaccinated, had a blood parasite screening, and is microchipped. If interested in Blaze please contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org Please tell a little about yourself. All showings are done by APPOINTMENT ONLY so that we can devote time to our potential adopters in helping them find the right dog.
This handsome, friendly young man with oversized ears is Ace. Born in mid-summer 2017, Ace was stopping by for occasional meals at a home in Danville for several months over the winter. They called us for help knowing he was friendly and shouldnât live a risky and dangerous life outdoors. Heâs now in a foster acclimating nicely with another sister foster, Cleo. Ace is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Ace please contact Michelle at 759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Millie is a cute white and gray kitten with eyeliner lined eyes and a little pink nose born in October 2017. She was a stray from Shamokin who was fostered briefly by a cat loving family along with her sister Billie and brother Tillie. Millie is gentle and sweet, but a little shy with strangers. She does like to be pet on her head. You just need to make her feel comfortable and loved and she warms up to you. She loves to play with little toy mice and enjoys chasing match box cars. Millie is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed, and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Millie please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com.
COURTESY POSTING: These gorgeous dogs are Titan and Chione (key-own). They are a very bonded pair that will have to stay together. Titan is 5 yrs old, neutered. Chione is 3 yrs old and spayed. Chione was adopted from ARC to give Titan a playmate. Now they are inseparable. They love to wrestle and get vocal. Chione knows sit, paw, up and lay down. Titan knows sit, paw, lay down, up, speak and kisses. Both can catch food. They are good with kids and other dogs. They are not good with cats. They both love to go running. We are looking for someone who runs, will keep them together and if possible have a fenced in yard. These dogs are located in Leesport. If you are interested, please call Cyndi Lindenmuth at 570-356-2387.
This striking looking young cat is Panther. With his penetrating gold eyes and his sleek long body he could be like your own mini panther in the home. Only this âwild childâ is loving and social. Panther comes to us from Bloomsburg. He was taken in with his litter of kittens by an elderly woman who meant well. But she quickly became overwhelmed when she couldnât find homes for any of them. Panther grew up inside a home and was born in May 2017. He is not only a gorgeous cat, but also seems very easy-going and gets along well with other cats and new situations. He would be tolerant with children. Panther is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Panther please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Scout is a 3 year old lab mix who came into the shelter as a stray in pretty rough shape. He was thin and has been treated for a skin infection. Scout loves people and is thrilled with the comforts of the shelter. In addition to enjoying his soft bed, he happily plays with stuffed toys and loves games where he can catch or retrieve! Outside, Scout loves running the length of the kennels when he has a full blown case of the âzoomiesâ. Scout has made many dog friends at the shelter but would do best in a home without cats. He is neutered, microchipped, and up to date with vaccinations. If youâre interested in making an appointment to meet Scout, please call or email Ashley at 5706173321 or email@example.com. Please tell a little about yourself.
COURTESY POSTING: Please meet Molly. She is a beautiful 1 /1/2 yr old Black Lab/Shar Pei mix. She is very good with other dogs. She likes to bark at cats. She is not good with small kids, so maybe kids in their teens would be a better fit for her. She is not spayed but must be as a condition of adoption. She is crate trained and housebroken. She knows sit and takes treats well. She walks well on a leash. If you are interested in giving Molly a great loving home, please call Pam at 570-683-6960.
Who doesn't love a handsome man who wants to help with the dishes? Bronson can often be found lounging alongside our drying racks, keeping an eye on the hustle and bustle of our work room. He and his playmate Buck (also available for adoption) have quickly taken on their roles of Office Cat, managing our daily work, since they have to stay separated from the rest of our residents. While Buck prefers to spend his time sleeping, Bronson can often be found playing with toys (and stink bugs, ew!) and following us around. He'll even give a playful swipe at our ankles if he thinks we're not doing our job right (read: paying enough attention to him). We enjoy his management style - it's a nice reminder that amid the work, sometimes you just have to stop for a minute and give a snuggle. Or five snuggles. Five snuggles and ten treats. This handsome hunk sports a classic tabby coat with white paws and chest, and a rather distinguished, curled mustache! He is a strong, territorial male, and for that reason we would prefer that he only be adopted to a home without other cats or with FIV+ cats. Even better, why not adopt him with his buddy Uncle Buck? They're already great roomies, and they'd be guaranteed a playmate! Bronson is FeLV negative but is *FIV positive*, up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed, litter trained and neutered. If youâre interested in adopting handsome Bronson, please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ursula has seen some sad days in her life. First she is polydactyl (has extra toes) and was declawed. Then after that she was tossed outside in the coldest days of February when her owners moved away from Turbotville. Lucky for her she came across Patâs porch. Pat fed her, but knew she could not live on her own outside. She wouldâve liked to keep her, but had a dog that doesnât like cats. So she reached out to ARC for help. This friendly chunky gal loves to be petted and turns on her side for more. She has a round face with cute tabby markings on her nose. Her chest and large paws are white. She is approximately 2 to 3 years old. She may do better in a home with older children. Ursula is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, spayed, declawed and polydactyl. If youâre interested in adopting Ursula please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com to schedule a visit.
Shadow is a 4 yr old, 45 lb Lab mix who was surrendered when his owner passed away. He is a playful boy who enjoys, walks, fetch, and car rides. Shadow likes to cuddle with people and stuffed toys. He used to live with another male dog and has been fine with other shelter dogs. Shadow is neutered, vaccinated, micro chipped, and appears housebroken. If interested, please contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org
**Fala and Fauna are only 2 available. You've all heard of the Osmond Brothers, but have you heard of the "F Sisters"?!?! We are cute sisters and can we sing! We sing for food, we sing to be held, we sing when we are tired. We are sure to have a record label soon. We were found in a tote at an abandoned house with our mom. We were rescued and brought into foster care to be properly taken care of and not ever forgotten about again. We ARE NOT at the shelter. We are in a foster home. If you are interested in meeting any of us, please leave a message/text our foster mom Sue 570-854-1909 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. All have tested negative for FeLV/FiV, litter box trained, all first year vaccines and spay are covered.
Ryder is a young, playful kitty with a sparkle in his eye. He has a pensive look and always seems like he is thinking about something. He was born in Fall of 2017 and taken in by a renter in Berwick only to be left behind when the renter moved. A concerned neighbor took Ryder in to help him out because he couldnât bear to see the poor young boy on the street. But when the landlord found out Ryder was in the house he said he had to go immediately. Even after being tossed around from home to home and then to the shelter Ryder seems to adapt quickly. He is playful and inquisitive and a friendly fellow. He has large gold eyes and tabby markings with white accents. He has a cute white diamond shape on his nose That really makes him a stand out. Ryder is FELV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Ryder please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com.
âThough my name might be âStormâ, Iâm walking on Sunshine here at ARC!â Storm is an 8 year old white Husky who came into ARC as a stray in rough shape - hungry, partially blind, and in dire need of a bath! Once she had a bath, dinner and a good nights sleep, Storm looks and feels like a brand new dog! Sweet and loving, Storm is calm in her kennel and walks nicely on a leash. Though Storm is an older girl, she still has a lot of âHappy Huskyâ to share with her forever family. Sheâs loving to all the people sheâs met so far and is slowly making friends at the shelter. Storm is spayed, up to date on vaccinations and is microchipped. If interested in making an appointment to meet Storm please contact Vicki at (570) 204-6355 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please tell a little about yourself.
Look closely and Percy looks like heâs smiling at you. This expressive guy has a beautiful silver coat and one small patch of white fur on his chest. He has large golden eyes. Percy was part of a litter taken in by an elderly woman in Bloomsburg. She meant well but couldnât find homes for the litter and they ended up staying in her house. When she got overloaded her daughter called the shelter for help. Percy is friendly and likes being pet. He might be a little skittish with strangers at first, but warms up when heâs comfortable. Percy is FELV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and neutered. If youâre interested in adopting Percy please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com to schedule a visit.
Woody is a tiny, puppy pit mix who was found as a stray with his older friend Buzz. He has the most beautiful white coat that is sadly stained yellow on his hind end and has sores on his paws from what we can only assume is from sitting in his own filth in his previous life. He sadly cowers at sudden movements and sounds but once he knows he can trust you he wants nothing more than to crawl up into your lap and give you the sweetest puppy kisses. Woody walks beautifully on a leash and happily allowed us to bathe him and trim his nails without a flinch. He will be the perfect lap dog for a mature family who has the time and patience to work on making him feel safe. Woody is UTD on vaccinations, microchipped, and neutered. If interested in making an appointment to meet Woody please contact Ashley at (570) 617-3321 or firstname.lastname@example.org. *showings are by appointment only.
COURTESY POSTING Please meet Dixie. Dixie is a 9 yr old English Bulldog. She is spayed but due for shots. Dixie is good with people and dogs that are calm. She is good with kids but knocks them down, so maybe older kids would be best. Dixie has dry eyes so she does need drops, but she is a trooper at getting them. If you are interested in giving Dixie a loving home, please call Melissa at 570-568-1628
COURTESY POSTING Please meet Jax. Jax is a 2-3 yr old Blk Lab/Blue Tic Coonhound mix. He is up-to-date on his shot and neutered. He loves kids and people. He is good with other dogs. He has never been around cats. He loves to go for walks. Jax is a very sweet friendly dog. If you would love to give Jax a loving home, please call Michael at 570-579-7959
They say good things come to those who wait. Well we didnât give up on Tillie when he hid in seclusion from us for nearly two months at the shelter. We were afraid he might never come out and socialize with us. But then one day just like a light switch Tillie was out! And then he was out more each day. Now Tillie can be seen running about the shelter after toys and loving petting and attention. He loves to play and gets along with other cats. He was born in October 2017 and was found as part of a stray litter in Shamokin. He was briefly in a foster home where they said he was shy, but did well. He may not be ready for small children, but we think with time heâll be a great kitty for any quieter home. He has the beautiful classic tabby markings with bullâs-eye pattern on his sides. Tillie is FELV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Tillie please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com.
Bubba is a lovable 5 year old pit bull mix who was surrendered to us when his owner passed away. Bubba loves everyone; humans, and dogs. Bubba is neutered, utd on vaccinations, microchipped and appears housebroken. If interested in meeting Bubba please contact Vicki at (570) 204-6355 or firstname.lastname@example.org. *showings are by appointment only
Give this boy a home and he will love you to infinity and beyond! Buzz is a 4-5 year old pit mix who came in as a stray with his younger friend Woody. Heâs short yet brawny and has nothing but love to give. When he arrived he could not walk due to the sores on the pads of his feet which we believe is from living in his own filth in his past life. Since being in our care, his sores have healed, heâs been groomed from head to toe, and heâs showed us what a wonderful dog he will be once given a real furever home. Buzz is neutered, microchipped, and utd on vaccinations. If interested in meeting Buzz please contact Ashley at (570) 617-3321 or email@example.com. Please tell a little about yourself. *all showings are by appointment only
This cute little brother-sister duo look like mirror images of each other. Both have black tabby striped markings and white accents and mitts. They were born on March 5 and are currently in Kellyâs Elysberg foster home. They live with two adult cats and an older golden retriever dog. They are described as playful and very social. The little girl is super snuggly and affectionate. Kellyâs kittens are FELV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and spay/neuter will be covered. If you are interested in meeting Kellyâs kittens please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Faelyn! This petite little princess has already stolen the heart of her foster mom, after being in her care for about a month. Approximately a year old, Faelyn was found with a litter of 5 kittens who have all since been adopted. Underweight and scared of people, this beautiful momma was in need of some extra one on one attention and socializing. Faelyn is beginning to blossom in her foster home and her fun and spunky personality is starting to show! Faelyn has really taken to her foster mom's cat and has looked to her to learn about the positive interactions she has with her human. This sweet soul will thrive in a quiet home with another kitty friend for her to bond with. Faelyn is currently in foster care, FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and spayed. If you are interested in adopting Faelyn please call or text Sue at 570-854-1909 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment!
5 yr old, T, aka T-bird, is a sweet, gentle soul who has seen loss. Originally rescued from a shelter, he now finds himself back in one, and it terrifies him to the point of nausea! He had a loving family who surrendered him due to a family emergency. He lived with another dog, whom the family found a home for, so T-bird is alone again. He "sits pretty" (see last pic), gets along great with other dogs, and loves people!! T is neutered, vaccinated, housebroken, & micro chipped. To meet, please contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or Vicki@nokillarc.org
Just let this Kernel march right into your life! Kernel was found emaciated and alone by the owner of a popcorn store in Bloomsburg. This corny, lovable guy is social and loving. He even slept in bed with his foster parent. He has shiny black fur and a funny pear-shaped body. Heâs come a long way since being found at 5 pounds! Whatâs most striking about Kernel are his pale green slightly crossed eyes. Kernel is super playful and adapts well to new situations. He seems to get along with other cats. Even when he rough houses his nails donât come out all the way. He would probably be good with children. Kernel is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed, and neutered. If youâre interested in meeting âthe Kernelâ please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit today.
Bing is a sweet orange and white male cat who came to the shelter because his owner was being evicted from an apartment in Berwick and she could no longer keep him. He had been in a home with several other cats and seems to get along with cats at the shelter. Bing seems mild mannered and gentle. Although he does have a playful side too. He likes to chase most things that move. He was born in spring of 2017. If you want a warm-hearted fellow who likes to follow you everywhere Bing is your guy! Bing is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and neutered. If youâre interested in meeting Bing please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com net to schedule a visit today.
Luna is bursting with all the love and affection that anyone could ever ask for from a cat. So why was she abandoned not only once, but twice by people? Luna was a housecat loving life when she was discarded by her first family. She was re-adopted by a second family only to be left behind when they moved. Who would leave a beautiful loving kitty to fend for self outside? When Sarah got wind of this situation she started feeding Luna, but couldnât bear to see her outside peeking out from under her peopleâs front porch in Berwick. Was she waiting for them to return? Iâm sure she was thinking how could I be let down again after Iâve given so much love to people? Sarah took Luna in temporarily until we could get her checked out at our vet. She describes her as the sweetest, most loving, affectionate female cat. She is well behaved, has a good appetite, and loves canned chicken and gravy. She is in perfect health according to her vet visit in May. Luna is approximately two-years old and has a black shiny coat and luminous gold eyes. She seems to adapt to new situations very well and is good with children. Luna is hoping third timeâs the charm and she can finally find her forever home. Could that be with you? Luna is FeLV/FIV negative, up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and spayed. If you are interested in meeting Luna please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit.
Momma cat Willie Mae was clearly meowing the blues when the weather was cold and her kittens were due. It was late March, snow was on the ground, and she knew she needed the performance of a lifetime to open someone's heart. Two elderly sisters in Millville heard her plaintive song, saw she was in a motherly way and called us for help. Several days later Willie Mae's delivered 3 gorgeous kittens in a warm foster home. This nurturing momma paid it forward and, 2 days later. took in a 4th orphaned kitten (who will have a home with his rescuers). Willie Mae's kittens have mid length to long hair and 2 take after their mom with polydactyl mitten like paws. They are little socialites who have grown up in a family setting where they met people of all ages including young children. Willie Mae's kittens have also played with the large family dogs whom they find quite interesting. They each have unique personalities that shine in the company of their siblings and mother. Ideally we would like to see them go to homes with one of their family members but all inquiries will be considered. The grey and black tabby kittens are female and the solid grey male. Willie Mae tested negative for feline leukemia/FIV. The kittens are scheduled for testing and first vaccines. For more information on adoption contact their mom DiAnne 570-490-4117 or email@example.com.
Who has a huge personality, sweet as can be, talkative, loving, big and orange; no other than Big Orange fits that description. Big Orange, weighing in at 10.6 pounds was found as a drop off at a property and trapped to be TNRâd. Once at the vet, he was found to already be neutered, too friendly to be put back out and tested positive for feline leukemia (feLV). He would need to be the only kitty in the household or could live with other feLV friends. His vaccines are current. He is currently in a foster home and not at the shelter. If you are interested in giving Big Orange a forever home, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 570-854-1909 to schedule an appointment.
Her name is Lola! She is a good girl! Lola is a young pit mix (about a year old) who is waiting to find her forever home! She overflows with excitement and love when she's around people and adores being showered with attention! She can be selective about her friendships with other canines but has made friends with many of the other dogs here at ARC. She would do best in a more mature home and would probably do okay with older children. Lola is spayed, up to date on vaccinations and is microchipped. If interested in making an appointment to meet Lola please contact Vicki at 570-204-6355 or email@example.com. Please tell a little about yourself.
When the plumber of one of our cat coordinators called her she thought he was coming to do a service call. Instead he had a stray kitten that was dumped on his rural Nescopeck property. He said the kitten was limping, but very sociable and friendly. They took him into the house temporarily until we could take him. He was social with their other cats and good with children. He even had time to take a nap with their dog. Graham is a sweet buff colored boy born in February 2018. Graham is easy-going, adapts well to new situations well and super playful. He likes getting kisses and purrs loudly. He seems like he would be good with kids. He is no longer limping so he must of had a temporary ouch on one of his outside adventures. Graham tested negative for FeLV/FIV, is litter trained, up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed and neutering will be covered in June. If youâre interested in adopting Graham please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit today.
When three different neighbors called us about a friendly abandoned cat in Berwick that needed help we knew he had to be special. Cheddar was left behind after his family was evicted. He was hanging around in the neighborhood for a couple of weeks while different neighbors were feeding him. He would go in and out of their houses for sleepovers. But there was a bully cat in the neighborhood and when Cheddar showed up with an injury on his tail they knew they had to get him vet care. After treatment for an abscess Cheddar is doing great! Heâs warm and loving and likes kids. He likes to follow people around and be in the thick of things. He isnât no wallflower! Cheddar has a handsome dark orange coat and striking orange eyes. Heâs about one year-old. Cheddar tested negative for FeLV/FIV negative, is litter trained up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Cheddar please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com to schedule your visit today.
A troublemaker? A junkfood addict? Doesnât sound like it describes a cat, but thatâs how Barneyâs former person describes him. Barney is a large nearly 13 pound black tabby striped boy who was adopted to a family with unknown cat allergies. They only surrendered Barney because of severe allergies. Barney came from a home with three German Shepherds and another cat, his brother who has since been adopted to a new home. He especially enjoyed lounging on his cat tree and munching on potato chips. Barney is 2 to 3 years old. He seems pretty chill at the shelter...until toys are brought out which he loves to jump for and run after. Heâs a ham when taking photographs and loves to roll over on his side. He is a confident cat. Barney has tested FeLV/FIV negative, is up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed and neutered. If you are interested in adopting Barney please contact Michelle at 570-759-0920 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit today.
We received a call one weekend from a landlord that a mother cat, an older kitten and five small kittens were abandoned on a renterâs porch who had vacated the property. When we arrived it was actually the older kitten, Flora, who was the mom. Poor Flora was still a kitten herself when she had five kittens of her own to take care of. All her kittens found homes, now Flora waits for hers. Flora is a spirited and energetic young gal born in fall of 2017. She is petite in size, but bursting with a big personality. She pushes through cats twice her size to be first in line to play with toys. She adopted quickly to the shelter and should be tolerant of children. She has pretty striped coat with white bib and mitts and large oversized eyes. Flora tested negative for FELV/FIV, is up-to-date on vaccines, litter trained, dewormed, and spayed. If youâre interested in adopting Flora please contact and Michelle at 570-759-0920 or email@example.com schedule your visit.