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Biscuits  #3259, an adopted Domestic Short Hair Mix in Rome, PA_image-1

Biscuits #3259 Domestic Short Hair Mix Rome, PA

  • Kitten
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Blue Cream


Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.

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Meet Biscuits #3259

You might say that Biscuits is the plain Jane of the litter. After all, Buns and Bagels have some fluff. But Biscuits is a sweetheart and ready to love all those that love her. She doesn’t need fluff to be amazing. Please consider adopting Biscuits. She is good with dogs and other cats and, although never had a chance to meet a child, we know she would love a gentle child to be her best friend.

All of our cats and kittens are, or will be, spayed/neutered; vaccinated for distemper (the combo) and rabies; tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV; and treated for both internal and external parasites prior to adoption.

“Cats on the Border” is a ground-breaking program of Paws & Claws Society developed and funded as an expansion of their SAFER (Stray and Feral Eminent Rescue) program. The primary goal of the program is to end the cycle of cruelty caused by cat overpopulation on the border between NY and PA. Over the last eight years, more than 3,400 cats and kittens found in feral colonies have been given a new lease on life thanks to PACS “Cats on the Border” initiative.

Adoptable cats and kittens removed from feral colonies in the communities of Rome and Warren Center, PA and Nichols, Barton and Waverly, NY are socialized, completely vetted and offered for adoption. PACS and “Cats on the Border” program partners are working diligently to insure that adoptable cats and kittens have a chance for a wonderful life in a loving home, off the streets where their parents were abandoned.

Paws and Claws Society of NJ has funded 100% of the cost of services, including spay/neuter surgeries, rabies and distemper vaccinations, FIV/Leukemia disease testings, as well as all approved medical treatment. Additional "Cats on the Border" services provided have included food, medications, parasite treatment and adoption opportunities. All services offered by Paws and Claws Society are provided completely free of charge.

SAFER “Cats on the Border” program is a very successful example of a tri-state collaboration between NJ, NY & PA for the benefit of animals.

For more information about Paws and Claws Society and their SAFER “Cats on the Border” Program, visit

Adoption applications and contact information for Gemini Farm animals can be found on the web site:

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Biscuits  #3259

Biscuits #3259

  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Kitten
  • Female