Dusty is around 10 years old. His owner moved across country and could not take him. He was well loved and is a very affectionate cat. He loves to sit on the window sill in a sunny spot and is a great snuggler. He has a step brother named Beau and they would make a terrific pair...Read More
Sampson is a handsome guy who lived a rough life on the streets. He was taken in recently by a kind person one rainy night and has been a healthier, happier cat every since. Sampson is affectionate and enjoys the company of adults and older kids. We are still learning about...Read More
Daniel is a sweet, gentle boy that was left behind when his family moved. This adorable boy deserves a second chance at a loving home. He is currently being fostered at The Fuzzy Dog in Fitzwilliam, NH. Daniel is up to date on his vaccines, neutered and tested for FIV and FeLV....Read More
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We are a non-profit cat shelter established in 2012. Our goal is to assist the Winchendon community and surrounding area with their stray cat issues by providing shelter, medical care and placement of cats and kittens into loving homes. To read more about us, please click here.
We are looking for college aged adults that can spare two hours a month or more if desired, to supervise kids in our Youth Center next door to the Cat Shelter. Individuals must be able to interact with kids in a positive way. Activities involve playing air hockey, foosball, board games, crafts, and supervising kids interacting with cats. Personal references are required. The hours would be Wednesdays from 6-8 pm or Saturdays 12-2. Thank you!
Sebastian is a wonderful boy that was found as a stray. He has been through a lot, but is one of the most loving and affectionate cats ever. Sebastian also happens to be FIV+, but that won’t prevent him from living a long, healthy, happy life as an indoor kitty. He can also live in a home with other cats, FIV+ or not, as long as they all get along. Many FIV+ cats are overlooked at shelters because people don’t understand the condition. For more information about these special cats we recommend this link from Best Friends: click here.