Kittens At Cameron Animal Hospital Looking For Homes

BY  |  Wednesday, Jun 14, 2017 7:57am

Three sweet kittens at Cameron Animal Hospital are looking for homes. Jelly Bean, KitKat, and Snickers are just as delicious as their names. Jelly Bean is a calico beauty; quiet and smart she often lets her brothers take the lead, until she decides things are safe. Once she becomes comfortable she is friendly, affectionate, and very playful. Kitkat and Snickers are handsome tiger boys, and are always ready for the nexy adventure. They run, jump, and play until they can’t go any more, and then they want to cuddle up with you and take a good nap.
Please email for more information and to set up an appointment to meet the kittens.

Dog Found Near Renaissance Middle School in Montclair

Sunday, Jun 11, 2017 2:12pm

Update: Dog and family have been reunited.

Found by Renaissance Middle School at 10:30 am on Sunday. Small, friendly, unneutered male. Please contact the Montclair Township Animal Shelter for more information.

Missing Cat: Have You Seen Peanut?

BY  |  Wednesday, May 31, 2017 6:51am

A reader writes…

My cat Peanut got out May 27th on North Mountain Ave, and is still missing for 3 days. She is very skittish and will not approach people.
She is 8 years old, long haired calico. Please contact Anna at 973 943-3898 if you spot her.

“Pours for Paws” Wine Tasting to Benefit Bloomfield Animal Shelter

BY  |  Monday, May 22, 2017 3:45pm

The Supporters of the Bloomfield Animal Shelter in partnership with Montclair’s Amanti Vino are holding “Pours for Paws,” a wine-tasting event, on Tuesday, June 13, at 7:30 at the Knights of Columbus in Nutley.

The cost per person is $40 and includes a five label wine tasting, featuring two whites, two reds and one rose. Light snacks are included.

Amanti will guide the class through the tasting, providing background information about the wines and discussing tasting notes as the audience tries each wine. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the wine tasting will take place from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Continue Reading

Bloomfield to Hold Community Meeting Announcing TNVR Program for Feral Cats

Monday, Apr 24, 2017 2:06pm

The Bloomfield Animal Shelter, in partnership with People for Animals, will hold a community meeting to introduce Bloomfield’s “Trap/Neuter/
Vaccinate/Return” (TNVR) program at the Bloomfield Civic Center on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 7 p.m.

Feral cats, also known as community cats, are cats that live outdoors, often in groups. Many are unsocialized and unable to live in a home as pets. The purpose of the TNVR program is to spay or neuter these cats so they will not reproduce, vaccinate them to ensure they remain healthy, and return them to their original location. Any friendly cats or kittens are retained and adopted out as pets. Continue Reading

Bloomfield Animal Shelter to Hold “Kitten Shower”

BY  |  Friday, Apr 21, 2017 12:15pm

The Supporters of the Bloomfield Animal Shelter will host a “Kitten Shower” on May 6 and 7 from 12-3 p.m.

During this time only, interested adopters will be able to meet all available kittens (and their mothers) and learn about and complete a “Foster-to-Adopt” Application for the kitten(s) of their choice.

Approved adopters will then be notified within 7 days to arrange to pick up their kittens. Continue Reading

Montclair Residents Start Communities Promoting Animal Welfare NJ Organization

BY  |  Thursday, Mar 30, 2017 12:15pm

Communities Promoting Animal Welfare NJCommunities Promoting Animal Welfare NJ (CPAW NJ) is a new tax exempt nonprofit organization based in Montclair. The organization is dedicated to helping people keep their pets by preventing animals from being surrendered to shelters, as well as assisting those who work to control and care for the community cat population.

CPAW NJ aims to keep animals out of shelters by providing their knowledge, expertise and resources to anyone considering giving up their pet. This preserves the emotional bond between humans and their pets and keeps cats out of shelters. People seeking help can find cat behavior advice on CPAW NJ’s website, as well as individual counseling and assistance in finding food. Rather than build a building or foster cats, CPAW NJ will partner with as many community members and organizations as possible to keep people and pets together.

CPAW NJ will also work to keep animals out of shelters by controlling the population of community cats through promoting trap, neuter, vaccinate and return (TNVR). CPAW NJ applauds people who care for the community cats in their neighborhoods and will partner with them and private organizations to engage more proactively in this life saving practice. Collaboration will spur more efficiency and enhance the possible success in maximizing the use of scarce resources.

Through education and awareness of TNVR for community cats and alternatives to pet surrender, CPAW NJ will decrease the burden placed on local animal shelters.

“We believe that by collaborating with local community members, we will be able to most effectively accomplish our humane goal of promoting animal welfare,” said Karen Shinevar, one of the founders of CPAW NJ. “I think most people would agree that it’s best for animals and their humans to remain a family and to make sure the community cat population is neutered and vaccinated.”

Shinevar, Marie-Christine Lochot and Rafik Tawadrous founded CPAW NJ with a mission to keep animals out of shelters through helping people keep their pets and by controlling the population of community cats. The organization values compassion, collaboration and celebration in order to promote animal welfare…four paws at a time.

Anyone interested in getting involved with CPAW NJ’s efforts is encouraged to visit online here.



Sponsored: Sweet Dreams for You and Your Pet at Morris Animal Inn

BY  |  Thursday, Mar 23, 2017 11:30am

Morris Animal Inn

Morris Animal Inn is a family owned and operated business. At Morris Animal Inn we are committed to providing compassionate, kind, and professional care for your pet in a healthy and natural environment.  We offer various levels of care and pampering!

Sweet Dreams for You and Your Pet!

We all want to leave our pets in good hands – especially overnight. How can we be sure? Asking these important questions will assure your pet is receiving the best care!

  1. Does your veterinarian recommend the pet care provider? 
  2. Are vaccines required to protect all the pets in their care?
  3. Is a veterinarian on call 24/7?
  4. How many years has the provider been in the pet care business? 
  5. Is staff knowledgeable, experienced and trained animal professionals?
  6. Are cat and dog accommodations separate?
  7. Each pet has different needs. Can you customize your pet’s stay? 
  8. Can you select private or group play depending on your dog’s preference?
  9. Is the location specifically designed for your pet’s safety? Clean, safe and free of odor?
  10. Is there well-maintained fencing and security? 

We would ask similar questions for our children. Pet professionals expect and are prepared to answer these questions as well as provide facility tours. 

Looking for a home-away-from-home for your lovable furry family member? 

At Morris Animal Inn we have

  • 50+ years experience
  • a beautiful garden-like facility (arrange a tour) 
  • highly qualified, dedicated staff
  • transportation for your pets. 

Give us a call and ask us these questions at 973-539-0377 and anything else that is on your mind. We welcome your thoughts and look forward to putting you and your pet’s mind at ease so everyone has sweet dreams. Morris Animal Inn understands every pet is unique and has different needs.

Morris Animal Inn now offer private dog and cat chauffeur service to and from Morris Animal Inn. The highest quality lodging, daycare and grooming services are now just a quick ride away!

Morris Animal Inn
120 Sand Spring Road, Morristown, NJ 07960
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Missing Cat in Upper Montclair

BY  |  Thursday, Mar 02, 2017 6:44am  |  COMMENTS (1)

Missing Cat

A reader writes in:

Please help us find Phoebe, our 18 year old female Russian Blue. Friendly, but she is not used to being outside and may be hiding. Talkative and loves cheese! Escaped through back door from home on Highland Avenue near Normal Avenue in Upper Montclair on 2/28. Wears tag with her name and our phone number. Reward offered. Thanks for your help.


Puppy In Need of A Forever Home

BY  |  Friday, Jan 27, 2017 12:30pm  |  COMMENTS (2)


Kobe is a 6 month old pitbull puppy who broke both of his front legs after falling off of a balcony. His owners abandoned him at the animal hospital, and now he needs a forever home.

Despite everything he’s been through, Kobe is a happy, healthy puppy full of enthusiasm for life! He recently had his casts removed after 8 weeks of healing, and he’s doing great. He loves other dogs, and has thus far been very respectful of cats. Continue Reading

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