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

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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 Adalee

Adalee was surrendered to the shelter with the rest of her ‘family’ because their owner lost their job and could no longer care for them. She is a bit shy right now, and would like a quiet home where she can get some one-on-one attention to help her with her confidence. She is about 2 years old

Hi! My name is Asher

Asher and Cole came in together because their owner could no longer care for them. They are both around 1 1/2 years old and have lived with dogs. Asher is the more outgoing of the two, and has the whole ‘pepe le pew’ thing happening since he walked into some paint. Both would probably do well with children


Hi! My name is Bolt

Bolt is a young tiger who came to us as a stray. He is very shy and needs someone who will give him a lot of one on one attention. He improves every day! He would do best in quiet home with another friendly cat. He really enjoys the attention once he lets you pet him



Hi! My name is Boots

Boots is an an ~15 y/o extremely handsome guy that came to us with his equally handsome brother, Midnight, when their owner passed away. He is a little more reserved than his brother but still loves attention and to be patted. Boots has lived with cats and dogs and seems to do well with everyone he meets here including children. He is looking for a home with a nice comfy bed in the sun in a home that will give him lots of love.


Hi! My name is Buddy

Buddy is an ~7 y/o Domestic Longhair that came to us with a few other cats when their owner moved. He has lived with men, women, children, dogs, cats, birds and bunnies. Buddy is a very regal but lovable guy that enjoys being patted. He enjoys spending time in the outside portion of his condo where he can get some fresh air. Buddy is always up for a visit and head scratches!

Hi! My name is Casper

Casper came to the shelter with his sister, Felicity, because his owners could not have him anymore. He is around 4-5 years old and is as sweet as they come. Casper is FIV+, but can live a normal, healthy life is properly cared for. He can even live with other cats and not infect them, as long as they are properly introduced and don’t fight. Read up on FIV here:

Hi! My name is Charlie

Charlie came to us because his owner passed away. He is a bit on the older (and heavier!) side, but is very, very sweet! Charlie will start purring the second you even look at him. He will talk to you as you walk by his condo and ask for head scratches. Charlie has lived with other cats but isn’t a huge fan of them. He is wonderful with children.

Hi! My name is Chick Chick

Chick Chick came to the shelter when her owner passed away. When Chick Chick first arrived all she would do is sleep in her condo. After she got a few bad teeth removed Chick Chick did a 180 and became a brand new cat! Now that she feels better Chick Chick runs around the shelter visiting everyone she meets! Chick Chick loves treats and loves to explore. She is a sweet girl who is ready for her forever home!


Hi! My name is Zep

Zep came to us with a group of semi-feral cats. He is the most shy of the bunch and is the last of that group awaiting a home. Zep is great with other cats and with some time and energy might come around more than he already has. He would 100 % benefit from being in a home with another cat and would probably adjust to a dog in time.



Hi! My name is Diana

Diana came to the shelter as a stray in February 2016. She has come a long way in her time here and has turned into an awesome cat. Diana is extremely playful and would be a great indoor mouser! She does have a frisky cattitude so she is not always the most cuddly girl, but does enjoy a comfy lap every now and then. Diana is okay with other cats and would most likely be okay with dogs. we do caution small children because her playfulness sometimes ends with a swat on your hand. She has been awaiting a home that will love her for who she is and play with her everyday!


Hi! My name is Emmalyn

Emmalyn was surrendered to the shelter with the rest of her ‘family’ because their owner lost their job and could no longer care for them. She is a very sweet and loving girl who will jump right down from her perch to say hello! Emmalyn does well with other cats and would most likely do well in a home with them. Emmalyn loves to be pat and is extremely friendly.


Hi! My name is Gizmo

Gizmo is a sweet but shy boy that was returned from adoption through no fault of his own. Once you start petting him he’s a big love bug and talker, but you have to go to him!! He is probably around 4-5 years old.


Hi! My name is Gunner

Gunner came in recently as a stray. He is extremely friendly and very talkative! Gunner loves people and cats alike and would most likely do well with a dog. He will always be the first to greet you when you open his condo and loves to spend time in the outdoor section getting some fresh air.

Hi! My name is Hank

Hank is a big sweet boy. He was returned to us because he was not happy in his last home. Hank is very laid back and would probably do best in a quiet home. Hes very calm so he may be ok with another cat. Hank loves to be pet and he also loves treats, as you can probably tell!



Hi! My name is Harold

Harold is a 2-3 y/o boy that came to us as a stray. He is a sweet, quiet guy that likes to be patted and talked to. Harold is always at the door to his condo ready to greet you (and to slip by you to go exploring!). He seems to be okay with his temperamental roommate and would most likely be okay with kids and dogs.