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SPCA of Hancock County

141 Bar Harbor Rd , Trenton, ME, 04605

Shelter Description

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Hancock County (SPCA) is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of animal welfare, to the protection, sheltering, and placement of companion animals into responsible, loving homes, to humane education in the community, and to local, state and national animal advocacy. We are a life-saving shelter serving, first and foremost, local animal populations and pet owners.

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Pets in this Shelter

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Titian

Domestic Long Hair

DLH, Gray Tabby and White Male, 8 months old Titian is one of the cats we've recently taken in from a semi-feral cat colony. He is not s... show more

DLH, Gray Tabby and White Male, 8 months old Titian is one of the cats we've recently taken in from a semi-feral cat colony. He is not socialized and would do best with a patient home that would give him time to socialize and adapt and understand he is not really a "lap cat". He may also do well as a barn cat. We define barn cats as cats allowed outdoors to hunt, etc. but still have access to an indoor shelter to protect them from the elements. We commonly adopt barn cats out in pairs. "Humans! There is no end to you! I wish I could just go someplace quiet where I could be left along with not so many humans and animals making noise. And must you get so close when you're cleaning my space? Personal space, please! I'd rather hunt and be in tune with my wild instincts. Can't you people understand that? I know, I am beautiful. You want to touch me. I get that, for a little bit. But I would rather be out there, doing my own thing. I don't think I would mind being with a person who understands that and appreciates it about me." Can't adopt Titian but want to help him out? He’s actually got a GoFundMe going on if you want to give toward it. He’s one of the many semi-feral cats we’ve rescued lately thanks to the joined efforts of the community here in Hancock County. https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/it-takes-a-village-help-spca-neuter-13-cats If you would like to know more about Titian, please feel free to get in touch with us through email or by calling us at 667-8088 from 11 am to 5 pm. PLEASE NOTE: During our adoption process, we will do a vet check on your current pets or previous pets from the past 10 years to make sure they've been up-to-date with rabies shots (required by law for dogs and cats) and vaccines. We also will do a check with your landlord if you rent. show less

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Warhol

Domestic Long Hair

DLH, Orange and White Male, Adult Warhol is one of the cats we've recently taken in from a semi-feral cat colony. He is not socialized a... show more

DLH, Orange and White Male, Adult Warhol is one of the cats we've recently taken in from a semi-feral cat colony. He is not socialized and would do best with a patient home that would give him time to socialize and adapt and understand he is not really a "lap cat". He may also do well as a barn cat. We define barn cats as cats allowed outdoors to hunt, etc. but still have access to an indoor shelter to protect them from the elements. We commonly adopt barn cats out in pairs. "I have been very vocal about my displeasure, but on the other hand, you humans should be happy becaust that means I've given you plenty of warnings as opposed to going right for the bite. Some of my handlers describe me as very hissy and hidey, known to even growl at them. I consider it fair warning. You get in my space, I will get in your face. Enough said. I may be smaller than some of the other boys from our semi-feral colony, but I'm very manly too! Right now, I can't imagine being a snugly lap cat like some of them are starting to weaken and become, and I hold my own ground insisting I'll be a barn cat or at least partially outdoors. But I don't know, maybe someone really good with cats will be able to bond with me over time... No, what am I saying? Madness!" Can't adopt Warhol but want to help him out? He's actually got a GoFundMe going on if you want to give toward it. He's one of the many semi-feral cats we’ve rescued lately thanks to the joined efforts of the community here in Hancock County. https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/it-takes-a-village-help-spca-neuter-13-cats If you would like to know more about Warhol, please feel free to get in touch with us through email or by calling us at 667-8088 from 11 am to 5 pm. PLEASE NOTE: During our adoption process, we will do a vet check on your current pets or previous pets from the past 10 years to make sure they've been up-to-date with rabies shots (required by law for dogs and cats) and vaccines. We also will do a check with your landlord if you rent. show less