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 Bridget

Bridget is a young girl that can be picky about cats, but loves people. She would be okay with dogs once she had a chance to figure them out. Bridget likes to play and be patted.


Hi! My name is Apollo

This beautiful, young boy is Apollo! He was originally trapped as a stray, possibly feral kitty but proved very quickly that he loved attention. Apollo with trill and meow at you, most likely during the quiet hours of the day or night, for as much attention and chin scratches you are willing to provide! He can be a bit tentative to make friends with other cats at first, but should warm up to them in time. This cat absolutely LOVES dogs. His first instinct is to rub all over any new dog he meets! Apollo is a sweet, active cat who could adjust to any household.
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Hi! My name is Bert

Bert is a sweet but shy boy that is only about 6 months old, if that. He needs someone who will give him time to become more confident and a quiet home. Bert tends to hang out on the top shelf, but if you go to pet him he purrs up a storm. He loves being held!

Hi! My name is Bitsie

Bistie is one of 5 cats surrendered to the shelter because there were too many cats in the home. She is a big talker in the morning when she wants her food. Bitsie can be a little nervous at first, but relaxes as you start to pat her. She is about 4 years old. Bitsie is not a fan of being picked up and has only ever lived with men, women and cats.



Hi! My name is Doreen

Doreen is a special little girl that needs a home that is quiet and has other cats. She is weary of humans, and would much rather hang out with her cat friends. With a lot of time and patience she will come around

Hi! My name is Eloise

Eloise is a beautiful 4 y/o girl that came to the shelter as a stray. When she first arrived, we saw a cat that was fearful and aggressive towards other animals, especially towards other cats. We had Eloise live in our lobby for her first few months at the shelter (she has been here nearly 17 months) so that she did not have to worry about the proximity of other kitties. Eloise happily surprised and impressed us all when, after seeing an overall change in her behavior, we decided to move her into a condo with other cats. Boy, has she done AMAZINGLY! Eloise may never be cuddly or lovey towards other cats, but she coexists with them incredibly well. As a matter of fact, she happens to currently live with only other female cats without any issues!
Eloise most of all loves people (and catnip) and will hang around you, rub on you, and ask for attention whenever. She is a relatively quiet cat until you get out a feather toy or some furry mice–and then she thinks she is a kitten again!
We believe Ms. Eloise has been overlooked during her long stay at the shelter because she is on the quiet side. But who wouldn’t love a sweet, quiet cat who can be both independent AND cuddly? Eloise does well with small children, other cats, and we recently introduced her to dogs and she had no issue. Stop by the shelter and meet this loving, young, and quiet girl, who can’t wait to have a home and family of her own!


Hi! My name is Granite

Granite is an 8year old spayed female that was surrendered to the shelter. She likes to keep to herself and although she has lived with other cats, she doesn’t seem to like being around them too much. She has lived with dogs and got along great with them. She has lived with kids but we don’t recommend small children because she does not like being picked up.




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 does have to be on a prescription food because she has some digestive issues every now and then so a home where she is the only cat would be the easiest to monitor her food. The food is managing this well right now. Helen would do best in a home with no small children and somewhere she can roam around, get loves and enjoy the good life!

Hi! My name is Helga

Helga is a lap cat! She is not happy to be here at all. Helga co-exists with the other cats in her condo, but makes it clear that she is the boss.  Helga would benefit from a quiet home where she can lay in the sun, on your lap, and have all your time and attention.

Hi! My name is Iris

Iris is looking for a special home that will give her the time she needs to come around. With constant attention and a quiet environment she is a different cat than you see here at the shelter! She loves being scratched on her chin and ears, and will occasionally be found playing with toys (but don’t tell her we told you that!) Iris comes out of her shell at night mostly, when the hustle and bustle of the shelter is over. She never takes a great picture, but she is GORGEOUS! Please give this girl the time and love she deserves, she wants to be your friend!

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 :)

Hi! My name is Lydia

Lydia came to the shelter as a stray and she is an adult female. She loves to talk and to do whatever possible to get your attention! She is also happy to have her own shelf space to nap, so she seems to be an adaptable kitty. Lydia is getting along with the other cats in her condo, and although she may never make any best friends, she certainly lives peacefully with them. We suspect that once she is in a home, with more space, she will have no trouble building good relationships with other cats.


Hi! My name is Mariah

Mariah came to us as a stray with her bestie Whitney she is a young torti. She has been living outside for a while but was spayed when we found her, so she must’ve had an owner at one time. Mariah is nervous when you first approach her, but will let you pat her if you take your time. She would however prefer a home where she can have space and time to adjust. Mariah is very smart and loves food. She would most likely do okay with dogs, but children may be too much for her right now, at least until she settles in more.

Hi! My name is Mitsie

Mitsie was surrendered to the shelter along with 4 other cats because there were too many in the home. She has come a long way from when she came in. Mitsie likes to be patted and sometimes even held for a minute or two. She has only lived with other cats, men and women.

Hi! My name is Monkey

Monkey is a 3 y/o orange and white boy that was surrendered to us because his owners could no longer afford him. He does need to be on a special diet of C/D to keep his bladder healthy. It is not an overly expensive food, but he does need to be on it for the rest of his life. He can be a little shy, but loves to be pet and cuddles. Monkey is good with other cats, dogs, and children.