|Canned cat food still badly needed.
We are a 501(c) organization.
Visit http://www.i-love-dogs.com/ for info on anything canine!
We're on Petfinder!
Keep an eye out here and on our Facebook page for special adoption events in the future!
Next Rabies Clinic
Dogs must be on leashes, cats and ferrets in carriers.
ALL towns are welcome!
Need pet-care services?
Try Bonnie's Cat Care Visits & more, LLC: http://www.bonniescatcarevisits.com/ Knowledgeable, dependable, and highly recommended, Bonnie will care for your pet(s) like they were her own.
Need a pet-friendly apartment?
New way to help Another Chance:
This only applies to your first order so get all your friends and family to order food, treats, or supplies too!
Need help getting your pet spayed/neutered?
Visit http://www.spaymaine.org to find help near you and enjoy a video of Tim Sample.
Need Help Spaying-Neutering Your Cat?
A low-cost spay/neuter clinic has opened at the Animal Welfare Society on Holland Road in West Kennebunk(near Exit 25 off the ME turnpike). If you are low-income, are receiving or qualify for State or Federal Aid, and you need help spaying/neutering your cat, call the Animal Welfare Society at 985-3244 ext. 120 or visit http://www.shelterclinic.org/index.php. A spay/neuter is $45 or less and a rabies shot is available for an additional $8.00 (cash only). If you don't reach them, leave a messaage and your call will be returned.
Freeport Community Spay-Neuter Clinic
Freeport may seem like a long way to go but it's worth the trip for affordable spay/neutering! For pets between 8 weeks and 8 years of age. Other services available at time of surgery include vaccinations, Advantage, and FELV/FIV tests for cats, vaccinations, Advantage, and heartworm tests for dogs. Visit the Community Clinic website for futher information. Ensure your pet a longer healthier life and help prevent the overpopulation that results in so many shelter killings and suffering strays.
When It's Cold Outside…
When cold freezing weather is upon us, please take extra care to get your pets in at night. If you have outdoor animals such as rabbits, etc….please be sure that they have extra hay for eating, straw for warm bedding and twice as much food and water. Be sure to change the water often…it is very hard to drink a solid block of ice when you are thirsty.
Dogs and cats should NOT be left out for extended periods of time. If it is cold for you waiting with a coat on, imagine being out all night without one. Animals left outdoors suffer frostbite and can die a horrible, painful death from exposure/heat loss. Read more about outdoor pet care.
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