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My name is Mr. Jinx!

Domestic Mediumhair Cat for adoption in West Kennebunk, Maine - Mr. Jinx
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Animal Welfare Society

Facts about Mr. Jinx

  • Breed: Domestic Mediumhair
  • Color: Tiger Striped
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Medium
He’s a sweet one, Mr. Jinx. He really loves attention. He’s as fluffy as a pillow, as hefty as a whale, Mr. Jiiiiiiinx!

Okay, not the best adaptation, but it fits. Mr. Jinx isn’t really the size of a whale, but he could stand to lose a few pounds in a new home. Some of that could be blamed on his diabetes as well. Yes, Mr. Jinx is diabetic, and does require regular shots of insulin. Luckily he’s quite used to them by now and they are very easy to administer. Besides that, Mr. Jinx is truly mellow, easy going cat. Give him a comfy spot to curl up in and he’s happy. He gets along quite well with other cats, and should do well with respectful children. Mr. Jinx might not be a cat who will regularly chase down toys, but he will be the kind who will relax alongside his people after a long day.

And he won’t try to ruin any Christmases, we promise.
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About Animal Welfare Society

Our Adoption Process...

The Animal Welfare Society wants to help you find the best pet possible for your family. Placing an animal into a loving home is the most rewarding part of our work. If you are interested in adopting a new companion, here are some things you should know:

Finding the right animal for your family is an important decision, and it’s good to take your time. When visiting the shelter, you can browse through our facility and view a number of dogs, cats and small animals. Before interacting with any animals, we will ask you to fill out an adoption questionnaire. This helps us to best fit an animal with your lifestyle. Not every animal will suit your home and family, and looks alone may not lead to a good decision.

Our questionnaire helps us help you. The adoption questionnaire is a short, one-page form that helps us place animals in homes where they will have the best opportunity for success. If you currently have animals, please let us know about them. If you rent, please get permission from your landlord before committing to a new pet.

We’ll let you bond before making any decisions. Our adoption counselors will work with you and tell you as much as we know about the animal you have selected. We have walking paths where you can take the dogs out on walks to get to know them. We also have meet-and-greet rooms where you can spend time with an animal off-leash or out of a kennel.

We want your whole family involved. We ask that all family members who will be living in the home with the animal be present when deciding if the animal is right for you. Animals react differently to each individual person, so it is important that they meet all of their prospective family members. If you are considering adopting a dog, and currently have one or more dogs at home, we ask that you bring your dogs in to meet with the shelter dog. A staff member will help you with the dog-to-dog introductions. We want ALL family members to get along!

And some basic adoption guidelines for highly sought-after pets:

We operate on a first-come, first-served basis.
We open our doors at 11am; however, interested parties may have begun forming a line prior to this time. We cannot control when people choose to arrive. When the staff arrives, numbers will be issued to those who are waiting.
Visitors must complete an adoption questionnaire before interacting with individual animals.
In the case of a litter of puppies, visitors will be allowed 15 minutes to themselves to view the puppies to narrow their choice.
A commitment does not have to be made within the 15-minute time frame, though after 15 minutes, the next in line will have access to available animals, and so on.
Please be prepared to wait 15 minutes for every person/family in front of you. Usually applicants have a particular animal in mind before coming to the shelter, which can speed the process. We do our best to keep things moving quickly, and we ask for your patience while those ahead of you make their choices and complete their adoptions.

Regular Adoption Fees


Dogs -

Puppies 8 weeks to 6 months – $385.00 - $485.00
Dogs 7 months to 11 months – $315.00 - $385.00
Dogs 1 year - 7 1/2 years – $285.00 - $315.00
Senior Dogs 8 years and older – $99.00 - $145.00

Cats -

Kittens 8 weeks to 4 months – $199.00, pair price $350
Kittens 5 months to 7 months – $135.00
Juvenile Cats 8 months to 11 months – $75.00
Adult Cats 1 years to 7 1/2 years – $35.00
Senior Cats 8 years and older – $10.00
Semi-socialized Kittens & cats – $35.00

Small Animals & Birds -

Pricing varies based on breed.