I'm being cared for by: Harvest Hills Animal Shelter
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Bandit
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: White (Mostly)
already neutered and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Bandit is around 3 years old and came in with his ‘sister’ Cassie when his owners became homeless. He is an outgoing boy with a big personality, but is not a fan of the close quarters here at the shelter- too many cats for him! In time he will get used to it, but right now he would love to be the center of attention in your home
Harvest Hills Animal Shelter is a non-profit organization which contracts with nineteen towns in Western Maine to accept neglected , stray and abandoned cats and dogs. These animals are brought in by the towns’ animal control officers. When space is available, Harvest Hills also accepts owner surrendered animals from all surrounding communities in Maine and New Hampshire and will assist other shelters by providing a safe place for adopt able animals that would otherwise be euthanised, or did not fit another shelters admission policies.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Hours are: 10 AM to 3 PM every day except Thursday, with extended hours on Monday and Friday where we are open till 6:00! We are CLOSED Thursdays and no appointment is needed to come in and meet our animals.
Our Adoption Process...
We have an adoption application that must be completed, and approved by staff. A fee of $80 for cats and $200 for dogs is charged. Since we must do so much more with puppies, they are available for an adoption fee of $300.
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