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My name is Levon!
I'm being cared for by
Animal Resource Center
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Home Check

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Tan or Fawn
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
41060069
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

What does the name Levon mean?
The meaning of the name "Levon" is: "Lion, Spice"

Meet Levon! Though his name might mean Lion, this boy has stripes like a tiger. He does have the personality of a lion, however -- a cowardly lion that is.

Our sweet Levon is one of the shyest residents here at the shelter. You can often find him snuggling in a warm cat bed or basking in a sun puddle on the porch, but if you get too close he often will slink away into a hiding spot. Due to his shy nature he would probably do best in a calm and tranquil home. He is a tough guy to get to know, but we hope to find someone patient enough and special enough to break through his walls and show him what it is to be loved. Perhaps he just needs to find his "Dorothy" who can help him find his bravery.

Levon has tested negative for FeLV/FIV, is up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed, litter trained, and neutered. If interested in making his acquaintance please send an email to kate@nokillarc.org or call 570/784-3669 ext. 2 for more information.

DOB 12/17/15
What does the name Levon mean?
The meaning of the name "Levon" is: "Lion, Spice"

Meet Levon! Though his name might mean Lion, this boy has stripes like a tiger. He does have the personality of a lion, however -- a cowardly lion that is.

Our sweet Levon is one of the shyest residents here at the shelter. You can often find him snuggling in a warm cat bed or basking in a sun puddle on the porch, but if you get too close he often will slink away into a hiding spot. Due to his shy nature he would probably do best in a calm and tranquil home. He is a tough guy to get to know, but we hope to find someone patient enough and special enough to break through his walls and show him what it is to be loved. Perhaps he just needs to find his "Dorothy" who can help him find his bravery.

Levon has tested negative for FeLV/FIV, is up-to-date on vaccines, dewormed, litter trained, and neutered. If interested in making his acquaintance please send an email to kate@nokillarc.org or call 570/784-3669 ext. 2 for more information.

DOB 12/17/15
Shelter

Animal Resource Center

Contact info
Pet ID
41060069
Contact
Vicki Hess
Address
Millville, PA 17846

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

You MUST first call or email to set up an appointment so that we can dedicate time to finding you the right fit!

2.

Submit Application

We will ten call vet reference and personal refs listed.

3.

Home Check

We bring the pet and if a good fit in the home with the family, kids, other pets, then your new pet stays that day!

Additional adoption info

Animals are shown by appointment only at our shelter, which can be arranged by contacting Vicki Hess directly at vicki@nokill.org. Animal adoption fees vary depending on the animal. Understand that ALL animals from Animal Resource Center are spayed / neutered, up to date on vaccinations, have had blood / parasite screening and will be microchipped upon adoption. If interested in adopting an animal from Animal Resource Center after scheduling an appointment to meet them, you must fill out an application and provide a vet reference as well as two personal references. If your application is approved, we will conduct a home visit with the animal to ensure that your home and family members are a good fit for them and you! If you cannot keep your pet adopted from Animal Resource Center, you MUST return the pet to us.
Animals are shown by appointment only at our shelter, which can be arranged by contacting Vicki Hess directly at vicki@nokill.org. Animal adoption fees vary depending on the animal. Understand that ALL animals from Animal Resource Center are spayed / neutered, up to date on vaccinations, have had blood / parasite screening and will be microchipped upon adoption. If interested in adopting an animal from Animal Resource Center after scheduling an appointment to meet them, you must fill out an application and provide a vet reference as well as two personal references. If your application is approved, we will conduct a home visit with the animal to ensure that your home and family members are a good fit for them and you! If you cannot keep your pet adopted from Animal Resource Center, you MUST return the pet to us.

Go meet their pets

To find out the dates and times of upcoming events, visit our "Events" at http://www.nokillarc.org. Follow us on Facebook! "Animal Resource Center" Bloomsburg, Pa Follow us on Instagram! "animal_resource_center"
To find out the dates and times of upcoming events, visit our "Events" at http://www.nokillarc.org. Follow us on Facebook! "Animal Resource Center" Bloomsburg, Pa Follow us on Instagram! "animal_resource_center"

More about this shelter

The Animal Resource Center of Bloomsburg PA is a non-profit, no-kill, 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 homeless and abandoned animals. If you are interested in adopting, please contact: For dogs, contact Vicki@nokillarc.org or 570-784-3669 ext 1 OR For cats, contact Melissa@nokillarc.org or 570-784-3669 ext 2 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.
The Animal Resource Center of Bloomsburg PA is a non-profit, no-kill, 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 homeless and abandoned animals. If you are interested in adopting, please contact: For dogs, contact Vicki@nokillarc.org or 570-784-3669 ext 1 OR For cats, contact Melissa@nokillarc.org or 570-784-3669 ext 2 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.