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.

Please help us help us help them!

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 Missy

Missy was returned from adoption because her owner became allergic to her. She is a sweet girl, but is a little depressed right now. She is about 5 years old

Hi! My name is Monica

Monica is a tiger torti mix. She comes across as shy, but does like to be pet. Monica does have a bit of an attitude and will let you know when she is in a mood! She keeps to herself most of the time sleeping on the shelf in her condo. Monica lives with two other cats and seems to tolerate them for the most part.

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Hi! My name is Oliver

Oliver is a 10 y/o boy that was surrendered to the shelter because of aggression, but we are hard pressed to see that here!!! He is in desperate need of a weight loss program, so he needs a home that will monitor his food intake and provide him with some exercise. We are unsure how he will do with other cats and dogs at the moment, but we update you as time goes on. You can meet this big guy at Bridgton Vet Hospital!

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Hi! My name is Onyx

Onyx was surrendered to the shelter due to owner ‘allergies’ and is around 4 years old. Onyx it actually quite a love bug, but shows it differently. She enjoys head butts, ear scratches and rubbing up against your legs, but does not like being picked up. She may even become a lap cat someday! Her lovey personality is showing more and more now that she is a single cat, so we suggest a home without other cats. A dog may be fine, but we are certain she will let them know who’s boss!

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Hi! My name is Sabrina

Sabrina is an older kitty (12ish) that was surrendered to the shelter. She greets you in the morning and enjoys ear rubs and scratches on her shoulders. She likes to talk to you a lot, but doesn’t like to be picked up. She would probably love a lap to sit on. She would enjoy a quiet home with someone who understands her and will love her for the rest of her days!

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Hi! My name is Sersa

Sersa came to us recently as a stray. When she first arrived Sersa came across as shy, but once we got to know her she really opened up and it turns out she is quite social! Sersa loves to be in your lap and snuggle. She lives over at the thrift store. Sersa does not seem to like other cats much. So a home where she is the only one would be best.

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Hi! My name is Stanley

Stanley is a bit of a liar. He may look shy but he loves scratches and to be cuddled- even drools! However, he will let you know when he’s reached his limit. He’s lived the thug life for a bit, so sometimes it comes out. He would probably prefer a quiet home. He’s an older guy whose probably set in his ways, and may enjoy being indoor/outdoor.

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Hi! My name is Stella

Stella is a beautiful calico who was returned to us when her owner had to move and could not take her. She is very friendly and extremely sweet. Stella loves attention and enjoys being pet. She doesn’t seem to mind other cats and would probably do well with children and perhaps a calm dog.

Hi! My name is Tess

Tess is a sweet domestic short hair. She likes to explore and loves to be pet. Tess has had surgery due to hernias and may look a bit chunky because of it! Tess runs the show in her condo and does not mind other cats. She usually sleeps most of the day and is pretty laid back.

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Hi! My name is Tiffany

Tiffany was returned from adoption because it wasn’t a good fit. She is a quiet girl who likes to keep to herself, but does enjoy attention! She prefers to be the only cat, and should be since she has allergies to her food and needs a special diet. She enjoys gentle ear scratches, and giving head butts. Tiffany loves to explore and roam. She is very good at finding the sunny spots and can even be found in a lap from time to time.

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Hi! My name is Tilly

Tilly came to us as a stray. Tilly may look a bit frightened and shy at first but once you start petting her she opens right up, she may even show her playful side! Tilly does not mind other cats but would probably not like a dog. A nice quiet home would be best.

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Hi! My name is Violet

Violet is another girl that came in as a stray. She is quiet and does like attention, but is not going to seek it out from you. Violet came a long way from when she first arrived. In the beginning she was extremely shy, but since then she has come out of her shell and has shown us the sweet affectionate girl that she is! Violet has also taken a liking to her condo mate Blossom! We would love to see them go together but if not we think Violet would do well with another cat.

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Hi! My name is Wilma

Wilma……Sigh. Poor Wilma has not found her person. People have tried to be her person but she has not reciprocated. Wilma has been adopted out twice to the most loving of people, but has not thrived. She had been returned both times for hiding the whole time they had her (MONTHS!). Wilma seems to do well here for whatever reason, and we think in time she will pick her soulmate. She is a quiet cat, who doesn’t really need much more than a sunny windowsill. She loves head scratches, chin rubs and is even a drooler!

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