Long term resident cats at BCHS need loving homes
Kitten season is in full swing across our area and the Bradford County Humane Society (BCHS) has had many kittens come into the shelter and go out just as quickly when they are adopted.
Some adult cats seem to have a hard time finding a loving home. Because June is Adopt a Cat Month, BCHS would like to highlight some cats that have been at the shelter for a longer time than most. Each of these cats has their own distinct personalities and deserve a caring home as much as any other cat or kitten.
Athena is a pretty and petite adult spayed female cat. She is affectionate, quiet and mellow. Athena loves to sit on a lap for a nice snuggle. She is playful and gets along with other cats. Athena has tested negative for feline leukemia and had her rabies shot. She is ready and waiting for a new home. Athena has been spayed and tested negative for feline leukemia. Athena has been at the shelter since November 2011.
Autumn is a pretty, young, adult spayed female cat. She and her siblings arrived as babies in October 2011 and all have been adopted except her. Autumn is affectionate and cuddly. She is very playful and will probably be a good mouser. Autumn is easy going and gets along with other cats. She has tested negative for feline leukemia and had her rabies shot. Autumn would make an excellent addition to any family.
BJ is a pretty adult female cat who came to us as a stray from Athens. She is friendly and likes to give nice hugs and rub her face against your neck. BJ is now spayed, had
her Rabies shot and tested negative for feline leukemia. BJ is a nice, quiet, mellow cat.
She is friendly without being intrusive – she won’t be on your desk trying to bump your hand as you write like some cats, but she will be a nice companion. BJ has been at the shelter since April 2011.
Harriet is a pretty adult female cat who came to BCHS as a stray from Wysox. Harriet is a nice, quiet cat who likes to be pet, but not held. She would prefer a home with no other cats and is not fond of children. Harriet is now spayed, tested negative for feline leukemia,
and had her rabies shot. Harriet would be an excellent pet for someone who works long hours – she likes to be company when she is in the mood, but she would also not mind being left alone for long periods of time.
Harriet has been living in the free roam cat room since June and now tolerates other cats as long as they don’t go out of their way to bug her.She is a very clean cat. Harriet has been at the shelter since March 2011.
Tori is an adult female tiger cat who came to BCHS as a stray from Sayre. She is a sweetheart who loves people, but so far does not seem fond of cats. She is very playful. She does not like to pose for pictures! Tori has been spayed and tested negative for feline leukemia. Tori has been at the shelter since November 2011.
Timmi is a cute male cat that came to the shelter as a stray from Sayre. He is young, and very playful. Timmi has been neutered and tested negative for feline leukemia.. Timmi has grown into a nice young adult cat. He is playful and always ready for action. Timmi
likes attention when he is in the mood and stops long enough to enjoy it. He gets along great with other cats. Timmi has tested negative for feline leukemia and is up to date on shots. Timmi has been at the shelter since October 2011.
If you would like to learn more, stop by the shelter located on Route 220 in Ulster, or call them at (570) 888-2114.