Meet Gemma, a two-year-old Domestic Shorthair kitty resident at PAWS Humane. Gemma first came to PAWS Humane in April of 2016. She was a stray and no family ever came for her. Sadly, Gemma is one of our animals that has been adopted a few times and returned, never knowing truly what a forever family is. It has been said, "she just wasn't the right fit for the family." Gemma needs a semi quiet household because noises tend to startle her. Gemma enjoys the company of other female cats, but a male cat is just a little too much for her. Her previous owners describe her as extremely sweet, loving, playful and attentive. She is an inside kitty, and is searching for the right fit. Third times a charm right?
PAWS Humane is located at 4900 Milgen Road about 1/4 mile East of Cooper Creek Park. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 12-5 p.m. Our mission is to enrich the lives of both animals and people as a solution-based community resource for animal welfare by providing high-volume and high quality spay/neuter, rescue and adoption services, volunteer opportunities, outreach, and education. PAWS Humane receives no federal, state or city funding, and relies upon private support and contributions from concerned citizens of our community. To find out more information on how you can serve the homeless animals in our community, please visit PAWS Humane online.