Adopt a Cat

Fee: $80.00. All cats are spayed/neutered, have shots to date and have been tested for leukemia/FIV.

For more information, call 207-935-4358 or send a note to info@harvesthills.org

Click Here for our Adoption Application

 

Weekend adoptions can take longer as we need to check references. Please bring vet records for your current pets. This can sometimes allow us to speed up the process for you. Adoptions are done on a first come, first served basis on APPROVED applications only. If you are considering adoption, it is suggested you have your application pre-approved so that there is no waiting period.

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Hi! My name is Blossom

Blossom came to us with three kittens and went straight into foster care. She is back now and her beautiful kittens have since been adopted. Now it is her turn! Blossom is a very sweet yet independent girl. She lives with two other cats right now but seems to do okay with them for the most part. We think she would be okay probably do okay in a home with cat savvy children and dogs. Blossom is currently living it up at our thrift store if you would like to meet her!

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Hi! My name is Camille

Camille is an 8 y/o declawed female that was surrendered because her owner went into assisted living. She came in with her sister, but is fine living on her own or with another cat. Camille enjoys exploring and finding places to hide. She enjoys attention, but is more interested in exploring here at the shelter.

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Hi! My name is Carl

Carl is a very sweet boy that came in as a stray. Carl is fairly awesome. He’s a bit of a lazy dude, but we are fine with that. He is a staff favorite and sometimes is hanging out at the desk.

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Hi! My name is Cek (Seek)

Cek- pronounced Seek- came into the shelter as a stray kitten, and is probably 6 months old now. He is VERY sweet, but his first instinct is to hiss and run, and we believe that is due to his crossed eyes. He does actually see very well, but we think when you come close he see’s multiple people coming at him ;)

He gets along really well with other cats and would probably do well with a dog, and really just needs someone to give him a little bit of extra love and attention

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Hi! My name is Cher

Cher came to us as a stray. She loves people and to be the top cat in charge. Cher would do well in home with older children because she doesn’t care for being picked up at the moment. We are unsure how she would do with a dog. Cher enjoys sleeping on her shelf where she can keep an eye one everyone.

Hi! My name is Diana

Diana came to the shelter as a stray. She started out shy, but really loves attention- she will come up to the door and talk to you.  She doesn’t seem to mind the other cats in her condo. She would most likely do okay with dogs, and she loves to play.

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Hi! My name is Elsa

Elsa is a young(1-2 y/o) beautiful girl that came to us as a stray. She is not too happy being here, but it doesn’t stop her from rolling around and rubbing on you. Elsa would do okay with a dogs and kids, but needs a home with no other cats.

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Hi! My name is Emma

Emma came to us with her sister, Harper, because their owner went into the hospital. She is good with other cats, kids and wouldn’t mind a calm dog.

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Hi! My name is Hank

Hank is a very independent indoor/outdoor cat that likes attention but has no problem smacking you when he has had enough. Hank needs a home without children or dogs. He loves to play with jingly balls and feathered toys.

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Hi! My name is Harper

Harper came in with her sister, Emma, because her owner went into the hospital. Harper is very shy right now but is very sweet and needs a quiet home to help her adjust to her new life. She is coming around more and more everyday and would be okay in a home with other cats.

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Hi! My name is Helen

Helen is about 5 y/o and likes attention but doesn’t always like other cats. She would definitely stand up to a dog. Every morning when we clean she enjoys her time roaming around the shelter seeing everyone and everything.  Helen would do best in a home with no small children and somewhere she can roam around, get loves and enjoy the good life!

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Hi! My name is Jazz

Jazz is a 3-5 y/o girl that came to us as a stray. She is not the most outgoing cat when you first meet her, and does enjoy space and time to herself, but she likes to be patted. Jazz is good with other cats and has formed a bond with another cat, Petite who has been here for 2 and a half years. She is good with other cats, and would be okay with a more laid back dog. Jazz would also be alright with children who are old enough to know when she needs her space. She is really looking for a home with a nice comfy bed by the window where she can get patted and loved on for the rest of her life :)

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Hi! My name is Josh

Josh was surrendered to the shelter because he did not get along with the other cats in the home. His owner passed away and her sister took him but it was not a good fit with the other cat. He is a sweet boy that is shy and adjusting to shelter life right now but hopefully will come out of his shell. He does enjoy some one on one attention

Hi! My name is Mac and Naomi

Mac and Naomi came to us when their owner passed away in January. They are very scared here. They are the sort of cats that would rather roam around the house and be independent rather than cuddle or be in your lap. Mac is 6 and Naomi is 3 years old. They love to cuddle with each other and are okay with the cats in their condo. Mac and Naomi have also lived with dogs, but have never been around kids. They are looking for a home where they can spend their days lounging around and co-existing with you and your family.

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Hi! My name is Marilyn

Marilyn was unfortunately returned from adoption- no fault of her own. She is around 3, and is a WONDERFUL cat. She is a social butterfly, and would love to be an indoor/outdoor kitty. She tolerates other cats, but would be fine alone or with a dog (she would tell the dog who’s boss!)

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