Sponsorship Program

Sponsoring a HART cat is a great opportunity to support the shelter and have a direct impact on the lives of our residents who live at the shelter while they await adoption. Sponsorships are available for $15 monthly or $150 yearly. You can print and mail this form or set up a sponsorship in our store today. When you sponsor a HART cat, you will receive periodic updates and photos of your cat and we also encourage you to come visit. Contact Laureen White for more information on this program.
Our sponsored cats
Willy
Sponsored by Bob & Rachel in memory of Kitty.
Birch
Sponsored by Jane
Melanie
Sponsored by Andrea & Chris
Muffin
Sponsored by Jane
Charlene
Sponsored by Ashlee
Jax
Sponsored by Brian; John
Spaz
Sponsored by Renee
Ike
Sponsored by Brian; John
Friday
Sponsored by Sarah

Interested in adopting Friday? Click here:
Kitty
Sponsored by Denise & Sean

Interested in adopting Kitty? Click here:
Lilo
Sponsored by Natasha

Interested in adopting Lilo? Click here:
Angel
Sponsored by Elmo & Bonnie
Oleander
Sponsored by Carmen
Maggie
Sponsored by Judy

Interested in adopting Maggie? Click here:
Sambuca
Sponsored by Bethany; Stacey
Harley
Sponsored by Lisa C.; Lisa S.

Interested in adopting Harley? Click here:
Florence
Sponsored by David & Louise; Danalyn; Mary
Apple
Sponsored by LeRoy
Snickers
Sponsored by Dave S.

Interested in adopting Snickers? Click here:
Anisette
Sponsored by Bethany; Stacey
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ADOPTION HOURS

All adoption hours are now by appointment.  Please complete an adoption application.  A member of our adult or kitten adoption teams will contact you to set up an appointment.

 

CONTACT INFO

PO Box 351 (mailing address)

302 Range Road

Cumberland, ME 04021

 

Email: info@hartofme.org

Phone:  (207) 829-4116​

Fax:       (207) 829-6176

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