Adopting a new pet is a big commitment, and we have a few requirements you must meet before you can bring your new pet home:
Each Animal Adopted:
The purrfect mousers for farms, barns, and large homes. These are NOT lap cats that want much human interaction. They do require veterinary care, food and water, and a safe, heated place to live. These cats MUST be adopted in pairs. Working cats are provided with special supplies by the SPCA to help them get used to the garage, barn, or basement space that will be heated and safe for them. Please follow all instructions SPCA staff give when you adopt working cats to ensure a successful transition.
All veterans interested in adopting an adult (whether young, middle aged, or senior) animal will receive 20% off if they provide proof of their military identification. This discount applies for active, retired, or military-disabled veterans.
When SPCA senior animals (8 years and older) are adopted by a senior citizen (65 years or older), you can get a discount of 30% off your adoption fee.
If you have a condition that falls under the ADA (American Disability Act) and adopt an adult or older pet, you qualify for a 20% discount on the adoption fee.
Only one discount applies per adoption.
You may visit our cats in the lobby and rooms Wednesdays through Saturdays from 12pm to 4pm. If you are looking to adopt a dog, please schedule an appointment ahead of time so we can ensure we can accommodate a stress-free meet-and-greet. Appointments are prioritized for approved adopters.
Our staff will review your application in about 3 to 7 business days, depending on how many applications have come in and on how easy it is to get in touch with your veterinarian and/or landlord. We do a vet check and, if you rent, landlord check for every applicant. If you want to speed the process along, please feel free to have your veterinarian or landlord contact us at 207-667-8088 or email@example.com or attach records to your application.
We do our best to ensure the health of every one of our animals, but after adoption, we are not responsible for the condition of the adopted animal, and follow-up vet care falls on the adoptee. All medical records are sent to the adoptee electronically, or if requested, can be printed out at the time of adoption.