What We Do

Founded in 1911, the SPCA of Hancock County, Maine, is a life-saving organization committed to providing shelter and care for abandoned, stray and surrendered animals. Since opening the doors of its expanded shelter facility in Trenton in October 2010, the organization has found new homes for thousands of dogs and cats. The organization is also focused on community outreach and educating the public on proper and humane animal care.

How You Can Help

Upcoming Events

Thank you to everyone who joined in on our first-ever virtual event on July 21st!

* PET COSTUME BALL *

* ONLINE AUCTION *

* VIDEOS FOR GROWN-UPS AND KIDS *

* SHELTER SUCCESS STORIES *

* ADOPTABLE ANIMAL VIDEOS *

AND SO MUCH MORE

All Proceeds are donations that go to the care of our animals.
Have fun and change a Shelter Animal’s Life!
 

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Read our latest 4 Paw Posts

Thank You Quiet Strength Yoga!!

Thank you Hannah Horecka and Quiet Strength Yoga! Your unexpected donation of half of Quiet Strength Yoga’s proceeds March – June 2020 for the SPCA to use to help provide care for animals in Hancock County is an amazing act of compassion in action.

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POTW 6/29/20 Regan

Regan

Bright-eyed and sharp as a tack, Regan is one smart and lovable black cat. She came to the SPCA with a pregnant belly that grew as big as her petite frame, and she had five beautiful kittens in foster care. She was a fabulous and attentive mommy who missed her kittens once they were old enough to go their own ways. It’s this mix of nurturing love with playful curiosity that defines Regan’s rambunctious personality.

Small, short-haired, and about a year old herself, Regan is a foodie through and through and no amount of packaging can stop her. She has even been found rummaging through trash cans to dig out egg rolls when foster mom wasn’t looking!

This clever girl is already harness-trained and loves exploring almost as much as she loves eating. She’s not shy at all and adores humans, cats, and probably dogs too. It can be hard to stay a step ahead of a cat so confident and smart, but Regan is bound to be a bundle of joy for anyone who can keep up with her.