Clear the Shelters is August 19This Saturday we are teaming up with NBC and Telemundo stations for Clear the Shelter’s, a nationwide adoption event to find loving homes for pets in need. Hundreds of shelters will waive or discount fees as part of the one-day adoption drive. The goal is to find forever homes for as many animals as possible.
We will be discounting the adoption fee for any cat 6 months and older to only $25. Our adoption hours will be from 11:00 – 1:00 although we will be happy to stay longer to accommodate potential adopters.
Every Saturday from 11:00 – 1:00 we host open adoption hours. We also host adoption meetings Sunday – Friday by appointment.
Please fill out our adoption application if you see a pet on our site you would like to meet.
We are currently in need of cat litter and Purina Kitten Chow dry food. Wish you could order an item from our wish list online? You can! Just go to our Amazon Wish List to find some of the items we use the most often. We tried to choose items that would ship for free if your order is over $35. You may also click here for our entire wish list.
Meet the Dog of Your Dreams
Ready to adopt a dog but not sure how to find one that matches your lifestyle, home and family? Try How I Met My Dog! They just launched in New England and the service is free during their beta test phase.
We have placed many pets in new homes recently! Bunny, Murray, Negrita, Elsie, Ginny, Aphrodite, Appleton, Fawn, Artemis, Apollo, Athena & Freya, Chiquitin, Summer, Templeton, Mr. Grey, Spy, Diamond, Scout, Moana, Almondine, Toby & Larry, Petal, Possum, Peppermint Patty, Sid & Nancy, Citrine, Roxy, Bruin, Princess Pea, Bessie, and Caesar are all enjoying new homes.
Catch up on all the latest happenings and see pets enjoying their forever homes. Spring/Summer newsletter.
Get the Plate
The Massachusetts “I’m Animal Friendly” license plate tells people that you care about animals. By purchasing a license plate, you will be contributing to a program that benefits MA animals by funding spay/neuter programs across the state. We received a $2,000 grant this year to help fund our free spay/neuter clinics for cats. Order one today