Frances is a little over a year old. She was barely out of kittenhood when she first arrived and was a bit nervous. Now she has adjusted nicely and is much more at ease in her surroundings. She is still wary of strangers and is not a fan of being held. She needs a home with a family who is patient with her and lets her continue to come out of her shell. Please come meet her and see if you are the right fit for her! She would much rather be in a cozy home than in the shelter!
The Bloomfield Animal Shelter/John A Bukowski Shelter for Animals is now being managed by the Township of Bloomfield as a no-kill shelter.
The shelter has many types of dogs and cats available for adoption, including purebred and mixed breeds. Many come to us as surrenders, thus giving us more information on their backgrounds and personalities, whether they get along with dogs, cats or children, and other important information.
Others come to us as strays, but even though we don't have a great deal of insight about their previous lives, through daily social interactions and training, the shelter staff and volunteers get to know each dog and cat's personality, enabling us to make the best possible match for each adopter and animal.
We treat every animal as an individual, regardless of breed or background.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Come Visit Us! We're open Monday through Sunday for adoptions from noon to 5 pm and till 7 pm on Wednesdays.
However, we are flexible and are happy to accommodate you if you would like to come at a different time. Just call us and make arrangements.
The shelter is located on 61 Bukowski Place in Bloomfield NJ, off of Hoover Ave next to the Garden Apartments and Glendale Cemetery. The shelter is right off of GSP North exit 150.
Our Adoption Process...
please call the shelter for information 973-748-0194
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