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
Gizmo is a sweet boy that was rescued after being hit by a car. He is in good shape now and ready to find a home. He is very gentle, loves affection and loves to play with toys. He would do well in a home with cats, dogs, and children. Gizmo is up to date on his vaccines,...Read More
Patience had to be taken from her home due to neglect issues. She took a little while to warm up to us and now is very happy to be petted and interacted with. We believe she would prefer adult caregivers. Patience is up to date on her vaccines, spayed, and tested for FIV and...Read More
Sasha is a friendly cat that we estimate to be around 5 years young. She was surrendered with 4 kittens. She is very playful, energetic and has lots of personality. She is petite in size and has striking green eyes. Sasha is up to date on her vaccines, spayed, and tested for FIV...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 Lana. 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: BRIN
This handsome fella has been waiting for a home since December 2014 and really would like a home for the holidays this year. His owner moved away and left him behind. A caring neighbor took him in and brought him to us. He is an older guy, but in good health. He is stressed at the shelter and often doesn’t make the best impression. We think he would prefer a quiet home without young children, and may tolerate another passive female cat that gives him his space. We are open to a senior to senior discount on his adoption fee.
More available cats.