River is an outgoing, sweet girl that lived on her own for over a year before coming to the shelter. She is adjusting well to being with us and loves attention from the volunteers. She enjoys chasing after her toys and playing with her turbo scratcher. She is very energetic and...Read More
Finley is wondering what you are up to today? He is hoping that you will stop by the shelter from noon-3PM to meet him. Finley is a gentle, friendly guy that was rescued as a stray after spending many months outside. He has a sweet personality and if possible, would love to find...Read More
Sadly, Haylie has spent over 6 months at the shelter. She is often overlooked because she is older, black and timid. She was found wandering outside in a parking lot. Other cats, loud noises and abrupt movements tend to scare her, so living at the shelter is stressful. Ideally...Read More
This handsome fella made his rounds through a local neighborhood for quite some time this past winter. His owner moved away and left him behind. Neighbors were feeding him well, but felt bad that he had to endure the cold winter temps outside and ultimately brought him to us. He...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 have many wonderful cats looking for forever homes including Dixie. If you are interested in adopting, please review our list of adoptable cats and our adoption guidelines. All of our cats have been examined by a veterinarian, tested for FeLV/FIV (Feline Leukemia/Feline AIDS), neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. They have been de-wormed and treated for fleas. If you’re interested in meeting one of them for potential adoption, please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Shelter is open Wednesday 6-8PM, Saturday noon-3PM, and by appointment.
ADOPTABLE CAT OF THE WEEK: PIPER
Piper is a very lucky cat! He was rescued from The Winchendon School drainage system on a very cold, winter weekend. After 12 hours, and with the help of many volunteers, Piper was successfully rescued from the drainage pipe and is in good health. He is a very friendly, lovable cat that enjoys being held. Such a purr machine. We are thrilled he will have a second chance at a good life with a loving family.
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