Pet Shelters in Maine

Are you looking for a friendly pet in Maine? Are you having trouble finding a loving friend in Maine?

Finding a healthy pet can be challenging, especially when you are looking for a specific breed of dogs and cats. It is not safe to buy a pet from private breeders or owners. The risk of adopting an unhealthy or diseased pet is extremely high in such circumstances. That’s why it is best to look in shelters in Maine that are not only registered, but operated by experienced caretakers as well.

Pet Shelters is the biggest online pet shelter directory that will help you locate a trusted shelter in Maine. The pet shelters in Maine are packed with healthy cats and dogs that are ready to move into new homes. These pets are friendly, active, and extremely willing to be part of loving families.

Show these homeless pets some affection by looking for a pet shelter in Maine in our pet directory. Pet Shelters believes in promoting the rights of animals and educating people to adopt from pet shelters. By providing a detailed pet shelter directory, we want to make the pet adoption process simpler for everyone.

So, browse our pet directory today and adopt a perfect pet from a shelter in Maine.

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  • PAWS Brave Hearts

    Calais ME 04619

    PAWS is a tax-exempt 501C3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide and promote compassionate care to dogs and cats in Washington County and to advocate for the humane treatment of all animals. Each year, we rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home hundreds of strayed, abandoned, abused or surrendered companion animals. We reunite families with their beloved cats and dogs who have gone missing

  • Lewiston ME 04240

    The Greater Androscoggin Humane Society (formerly known as the Lewiston-Auburn SPCA) was incorporated as a nonprofit volunteer organization on February 25th 1885. Our first President was the Honorable Nelson M. Dingley, Jr., a former Governor of Maine, U.S. Congressman and founder of our local paper, the Lewiston Daily Journal (now known as the Sun Journal). The Society’s original mission was t

  • Topsham ME 04086

    Second Chance Kitties are stray, barn, and (formerly) feral cats and kittens who are brought into us by kind-hearted members of the community. Instead of living a hard existence in the Maine wilderness - facing long and brutally cold winters, potentially exposed to deadly diseases like Rabies and FeLV (feline leukemia), and vying with other animals for limited resources like food and shelter - the

  • Protectors of Animal Lives Society (PALS)

    Winthrop ME 04364

    P.A.L.S. is a no-kill cat shelter that began in 1980 as a non-profit, charitable organization. No public funds support this organization. P.A.L.S. is supported by memberships, fund-raising, memorial gifts, donations, and bequests. Your support is greatly needed. The shelter's living space consists of several rooms where the cats roam freely and have access to enclosed outdoor pens. Occupanc

  • Miracle German Shepherd Dog Rescue of Maine

    Searsmont ME 04973

    Miracle German Shepherd Dog Rescue of Maine is a 501(c)3 Non Profit corporation (EIN 82-1137182). Based in Mid-Coast Maine, (Belfast area) we do our best to assist German Shepherd Dogs in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, as well as dogs from the Southern states and California as space permits! Each dog that comes into our program is carefully evaluated and then placed into a foster home.

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