Available Cats

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

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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.

Please help us help us help them!

Hi! My name is Sweetie

Sweetie is a middle aged girl that was found as a stray. She loves attention and is always coming out to greet guests. Sweetie is hyper-thyroid and is currently on thyroid medication that she needs twice a day, but eats it in a pill pocket so its SUPER easy to give to her. She will need to be on this medication for the rest of her life, and it it relatively inexpensive. Sweetie does not like dogs

Hi! My name is Twinkie

Twinkie is about 3 years old and was surrendered to the shelter. She is a sweet girl who enjoys being the only kitty, but doesn’t have to be. She is starting to show us her playful side!

Hi! My name is Watney

Watney came in with a bunch of his housemates because his owner could no longer care for them. He’s a nice boy, but a little stand-offish at the moment. We think he is about 4-5

Hi! My name is Wilma

Poor Wilma! She has not found her person. 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! Wilma does well here in our community room, and does well with the cats in there with her. She is starting to come out and visit when people come in and asks for attention!  However, a quieter home would probably be best for this pretty girl. We are willing to work with her adopter to gradually adapt her to a new home since we believe that starting her out in a smaller space is the key to her success. Wilma has had some urinary troubles in the past, so she does need to have a diet of C/D dry food to make sure nothing happens again.