2017-08-24 / Neighbors

Rescue to unveil new space with open house


This little girl is a 3-year-old firecracker of a feline that will be sure to entertain you with her bubbly personality. Inara interacts very comfortably around other cats and she should do just fine with respectful dogs after appropriate introductions. Inara would be best suited to an adult home or one with older children. Inara is at the rescue’s remote adoption location at PetSmart in Scarborough. This little girl is a 3-year-old firecracker of a feline that will be sure to entertain you with her bubbly personality. Inara interacts very comfortably around other cats and she should do just fine with respectful dogs after appropriate introductions. Inara would be best suited to an adult home or one with older children. Inara is at the rescue’s remote adoption location at PetSmart in Scarborough. It has been four months but the construction of Another Chance Animal Rescue’s new adoption room, intake room and office and isolation room is finally coming to an end. Open houses will be held 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Aug. 25 and Saturday, Aug. 26 at 251 Country Club Road in Sanford. Visit with the cats and kittens, enjoy light refreshments and door prizes. For inquiries or more information regarding featured cats either in foster care or at PetSmart in Scarborough and Pet Life in Saco, contact 468-7600 or foreveradopt@gmail.com.



Karen, 1, is a distinguished and loving girl who is patiently waiting for the next chapter of her life to be fulfilled by an adoption into her forever family. Karen appears to prefer to be the only cat in the household but is also mellow and laidback so with someone willing to be patient with her. She may adjust to the right environment. Karen, 1, is a distinguished and loving girl who is patiently waiting for the next chapter of her life to be fulfilled by an adoption into her forever family. Karen appears to prefer to be the only cat in the household but is also mellow and laidback so with someone willing to be patient with her. She may adjust to the right environment.

This petite little girl is a Siamese mix who is only 1-year-old. Suki is very loving and will do well in a family that wants to give their cat lots of attention. She would prefer to be your one and only furry companion but with her personality and charm you will be rewarded with a very devoted friend for many years to come. Suki is currently in a volunteer foster home. (Courtesy photos) This petite little girl is a Siamese mix who is only 1-year-old. Suki is very loving and will do well in a family that wants to give their cat lots of attention. She would prefer to be your one and only furry companion but with her personality and charm you will be rewarded with a very devoted friend for many years to come. Suki is currently in a volunteer foster home. (Courtesy photos)

Meet Honey and Charlie. Honey above, is a stunning 9-yearold purebred Maine Coon and Charlie is her adorable 10-yearold best friend. This duo have been together their entire lives, therefore they need a home that will be willing to adopt them together. Unfortunately, their human mom suffered from dementia and was no longer able to take care of them. Honey and Charlie will do best in a quieter home where they can be doted on. As they have never been exposed to children, an adult home or one with older children would likely suit them better. Other cats and gentle, respectful dogs will probably be fine with the proper introductions. Meet Honey and Charlie. Honey above, is a stunning 9-yearold purebred Maine Coon and Charlie is her adorable 10-yearold best friend. This duo have been together their entire lives, therefore they need a home that will be willing to adopt them together. Unfortunately, their human mom suffered from dementia and was no longer able to take care of them. Honey and Charlie will do best in a quieter home where they can be doted on. As they have never been exposed to children, an adult home or one with older children would likely suit them better. Other cats and gentle, respectful dogs will probably be fine with the proper introductions.

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