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My name is Kanga!
I'm being cared for by
NHSPCA

Facts about me

Breed
Harlequin
Color
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Standard
Sex
Female
Pet ID
33739
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Kanga is a shy girl who may take sometime to warm up to her surroundings. She was a stray from Raymond so we do not have any past history on her. She enjoys bananas and having full run of her sweet room. Kanga will come over to greet you but she does like to interact on her terms. Interested in this beautiful lady? email INFO@nhspca.org Primary Color: Tan Secondary Color: Black Weight: 7.6 Age: 0yrs 8mths 2wks
Kanga is a shy girl who may take sometime to warm up to her surroundings. She was a stray from Raymond so we do not have any past history on her. She enjoys bananas and having full run of her sweet room. Kanga will come over to greet you but she does like to interact on her terms. Interested in this beautiful lady? email INFO@nhspca.org Primary Color: Tan Secondary Color: Black Weight: 7.6 Age: 0yrs 8mths 2wks
Shelter

NHSPCA

Contact info
Shelter
NHSPCA
Pet ID
33739
Contact
Email
Address
Stratham, NH 03885

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Helping You Make the Right Decision - Adoption Counseling Our overall goal is to make sure the animal you adopt is well suited to your lifestyle and that you are ready for him or her. When you visit our adoption center our knowledgeable staff will be happy to answer any questions and help you choose the right animal. These Adoption Counselors will assist you by discussing your interests, needs and lifestyles and then matching them with those of the companion animals in our shelter. The Counselor will read through the adoption application materials with you so it may simplify things for you to have the form completed before you arrive. Please see our website for our adoption fees.
Helping You Make the Right Decision - Adoption Counseling Our overall goal is to make sure the animal you adopt is well suited to your lifestyle and that you are ready for him or her. When you visit our adoption center our knowledgeable staff will be happy to answer any questions and help you choose the right animal. These Adoption Counselors will assist you by discussing your interests, needs and lifestyles and then matching them with those of the companion animals in our shelter. The Counselor will read through the adoption application materials with you so it may simplify things for you to have the form completed before you arrive. Please see our website for our adoption fees.

Go meet their pets

Adoption Center 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday and Friday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday 11 a.m - 4 p.m Saturday and Sunday Closed Wednesday Learning Center for Pets & People Currently open during program hours only Administrative Offices 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday The NHSPCA is located one quarter mile south of the traffic circle on route 108/33 in Stratham, NH. Note that 108 and 33 correspond near Shaws in Stratham (beyond the NHSPCA to the south) and 108 has been renamed 33 near the adoption center.
Adoption Center 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday and Friday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday 11 a.m - 4 p.m Saturday and Sunday Closed Wednesday Learning Center for Pets & People Currently open during program hours only Administrative Offices 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday The NHSPCA is located one quarter mile south of the traffic circle on route 108/33 in Stratham, NH. Note that 108 and 33 correspond near Shaws in Stratham (beyond the NHSPCA to the south) and 108 has been renamed 33 near the adoption center.

More about this shelter

Placement and Acceptance of Animals: Our Adoption Center receives almost 4,000 unwanted, neglected or abused animals in our region each year. We provide each one with a warm bed, loving care and take every step possible to place them in the best possible new home. Behavior Training for Pets: All training classes at the NHSPCA are designed to help you develop the skills needed to make living with your dog pleasurable and much easier. The NHSPCA uses a method of training known as Positive Reinforcement. Whether you want to start your new puppy out on the right paw or work on improving your adult dog's behavior we have the perfect class for you and your four legged friend. Humane Education & Community Programs : The Humane Education program of the New Hampshire SPCA encourages children and adults to develop and express attitudes of compassion, kindness and respect for all living things. Our ever-growing list of programs and workshops are a fun and interactive way to explore the interdependence between humans and animals while learning how to create a more humane community. Cruelty Investigations & Advocacy: Since 1872 animal cruelty investigation has been one of the cornerstones of the NHSPCA. Today our services encompass an even wider range of activities. In addition to investigating hundreds of reports of suspected animal neglect or abuse every year, our agent works with other humane organizations to develop and strengthen legislation that protects animals throughout the State of New Hampshire. Developing a Solid Foundation for Animal Care: Our donors are some of the most caring and dedicated individuals you will ever meet. You can become involved in financially supporting the NHSPCA in a number of ways: make a donation, participate in a fundraising events or include the NHSPCA in your will. These are just some of the ways you can support our efforts. Each gift, large or small, makes a difference in the life of an animal and the community we live in. Volunteers Make All the Difference: Whether you are interested in direct animal care, special events, customer service or administrative work we can use your help. The NHSPCA Volunteer Program will give you the satisfaction of knowing that you are making a difference in the lives of all animals.
Placement and Acceptance of Animals: Our Adoption Center receives almost 4,000 unwanted, neglected or abused animals in our region each year. We provide each one with a warm bed, loving care and take every step possible to place them in the best possible new home. Behavior Training for Pets: All training classes at the NHSPCA are designed to help you develop the skills needed to make living with your dog pleasurable and much easier. The NHSPCA uses a method of training known as Positive Reinforcement. Whether you want to start your new puppy out on the right paw or work on improving your adult dog's behavior we have the perfect class for you and your four legged friend. Humane Education & Community Programs : The Humane Education program of the New Hampshire SPCA encourages children and adults to develop and express attitudes of compassion, kindness and respect for all living things. Our ever-growing list of programs and workshops are a fun and interactive way to explore the interdependence between humans and animals while learning how to create a more humane community. Cruelty Investigations & Advocacy: Since 1872 animal cruelty investigation has been one of the cornerstones of the NHSPCA. Today our services encompass an even wider range of activities. In addition to investigating hundreds of reports of suspected animal neglect or abuse every year, our agent works with other humane organizations to develop and strengthen legislation that protects animals throughout the State of New Hampshire. Developing a Solid Foundation for Animal Care: Our donors are some of the most caring and dedicated individuals you will ever meet. You can become involved in financially supporting the NHSPCA in a number of ways: make a donation, participate in a fundraising events or include the NHSPCA in your will. These are just some of the ways you can support our efforts. Each gift, large or small, makes a difference in the life of an animal and the community we live in. Volunteers Make All the Difference: Whether you are interested in direct animal care, special events, customer service or administrative work we can use your help. The NHSPCA Volunteer Program will give you the satisfaction of knowing that you are making a difference in the lives of all animals.