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 little sweetheart? Gemma is small in size, but has a big heart. She is quiet and mild mannered and blended in immediately with the other cats at the shelter. Her pretty dark orange fur makes this little gem a real standout. She enjoys affection and being pet. Gemma is estimated to be 5-6 years old and she is scheduled for a dental in early April and will be available for adoption shortly after. 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.
The Animal Resource Center of Bloomsburg PA is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide shelter for homeless, abused, and neglected domestic animals; educate the public on the welfare and care of cats and dogs; and act as advocates for animal rights. We are also dedicated to promoting the spaying and neutering of cats and dogs; thereby, reducing the number of animals who are homeless, unwanted or destroyed. We are no-kill.
If you are interested in adopting, please contact: Cyndi by email, Vicki@nokillarc.org, or by phone at 570-204-6355. Michelle (for cats/kittens) 570-759-0920. For other queries, leave a message at 570-784-3669.
We are located in Bloomsburg, PA. Distance from major cities: 40 minutes SE of Williamsport, 45 minutes SW of Wilkes-Barre, 90 minutes N of Harrisburg, 2 hours NW of Philadelphia, 2.5 hours W of New York City.
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