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Cats in Bloom Cuts Ribbon on New Cat Cafe in Downtown Bloomsburg

(L-R): Vince DeMelfi, Town of Bloomsburg and building owner; Neil Ellison, Cats in Bloom board; Michelle Yefko, Cats in Bloom board; Anna Beaver (holding Dozer), Cats in Bloom board; Joy McGinnis, Cats in Bloom board; Santa Claus; DiAnne Leonard (holding Quinn), Cats in Bloom board; Sue Beaver, Cats in Bloom board; Fred Gaffney, Columbia Montour Chamber president

Cats in Bloom, the newest area nonprofit organization that opened its doors for the first time last month, had a ribbon cutting on Friday, Dec. 6, to mark the launch of the organization and the opening of the cat cafe in downtown Bloomsburg. 

Cats in Bloom helps rescued cats find their way to adoptive homes by providing a comfortable and relaxed environment where rescued cats and people can enjoy companionship and make lasting connections. 

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