This week's SPCA of Hancock County "Pet Of The Week" is a Senior cat that would really just like a nice home to go to where she can live out the next part of her life in peace.

"Puss Puss is a senior Torti cat who came all the way from Maryland to meet you! She has spent 5 of her 16 years at a shelter or in a shelter's care."

Annie Chalmers, a Medical Technician with the SPCA of Hancock County, says Puss Puss has been in a shelter since 2018 so this senior lady really needs a home!
Puss_Puss, SPCA Hancock County
Puss_Puss, SPCA Hancock County

"Puss Puss is a very sweet old girl who just wants a home for the rest of her life. She has had dental and blood work done in Maryland and is just waiting on her forever family!"

Chalmers says while Puss Puss may not want to run and play as a younger cat might, she is still full of personality.

"She is a spunky girl who would love to cuddle up in someone's lap. Puss Puss doesn't play much, she's outgrown her kitten roots and is ready to relax. She would like to be the only pet in her home; she thinks that attention is wasted on others. Some people say she looks grouchy, or that she looks like a mad cat, but Puss Puss just says that is part of her charm.  This sweet girl needs a special home, could that be with you?"

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,

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