Meet the Peaches boys!  They're ready for adoption!

Aries and Taurus were barely a few days old when they were found in April, orphaned and all alone, but they were brought to the SPCA of Hancock County and immediately went home with the dog care manager, who loves fostering bottle babies. Now they’re three months old and ready for their furever home!

These medium-hair boys are buff tabbies and adore each other. Having been handled since they were days old, they’re super affectionate and love kisses. They are waiting for their neuter and then they’re ready to be adopted, but they're taking applications on them now as they somehow got passed through the wish list of people waiting for kittens. Who wouldn’t want these charmers, though?

Now why are they called the Peaches boys?

Because although they were given the names Aries and Taurus at intake, their foster mom calls them Big Peach and Little Peach because they’re just that sweet inside and out. Aries, also known as Big P, is the more laid back of the two, enjoying the smell of toothpaste and food. Little P, or Taurus, is the adventurous one of the twins, as his day isn’t complete until he hunts a daisy!

Both boys would love to go to their new home together to fill it with love. Call to schedule an appointment and meet them!

Due to the spread of COVID-19, the SPCA of Hancock County is currently closed to the public. But, the animals are still available for adoption. The best thing to do at this point is monitor their WEBSITE, for both animals that are available for adoption, further contact information, and how you can donate to support the SPCA of Hancock County.

You may also email them at Call them at (207) 667-8088.

The SPCA of Hancock County is a no-kill facility, and currently has many cats and dogs available for adoption. It’s located at 141 Bar Harbor Road in Trenton. Donations are always accepted. They will take your returnable bottles as a donation, so please drop them off!

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