He's all dressed up and ready to go! Zephyr, the SPAC of Hancock County, wants to come home with you!

Zephyr 2, SPCA of Hancock County
Zephyr 2, SPCA of Hancock County
According to Annie Chalmers, a Medical Technician with SPCA of Hancock County, he's been at the shelter for about 3 months now.
"Zephyr is a male tuxedo cat who is a few months shy of 3 years old. Zephyr has a sad backstory where he was left in his carrier by the shelter door, his owners couldn't keep him any longer. It took him a little bit to forgive us for snatching him out of his comfort zone, but since he got to know us, he has come around!"
Chalmers says Zephyr just adores his treats!
"He loves to be pet and get yummy treats! This boy is long and lanky and loves to stretch out on a high cat tree! He loves snacks and churru tubes, and will love anyone who offers a tasty treat!
Zephyr 1, SPCA of Hancock County
Zephyr 1, SPCA of Hancock County
She says he loves other cats, but sometimes forgets the concept of personal space.
"Zephyr enjoys sitting out on the catio with the other cats. Zephyr struggles with personal space when it comes to other animals. He tends to get right in their face, but all he wants to do is love them! Some cats can take offense to his super outgoing personality. Zephyr would prefer a quiet home, with cats to love and play with. "

If you're interested in learning more about any of the animals available for adoption at the SPCA of Hancock County by calling 207-667-8088 or by visiting their website, spcahancockcounty.org.

While you're at their website, checking out the cool pets up for adoption, make sure to take a minute to vote for the SPCA of Hancock County's Photo Contest.

According to their Facebook Page, voting for the contest will end on October 31st.

"Once all winners have been announced, we will use the photos to create the 2023 calendar, which is scheduled to be available for purchase on our website Dec 1st."

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