The SPCA of Hancock County is featuring this big, black lovey as their "Pet of the Week".

Macadamia is his name, but the folks at the shelter have nick-named him "Big Mac."

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Annie Chalmers, Medical Technician over at the SPCA, says that aside from being a Black Maine Coon mix,  Big Mac is truly a big ball of love.

"Big Mac came to us back in October after his owners were moving. He and all his siblings settled down in their various spots here where he quickly turned into a big ol sweetheart. Big Mac is friendly to all sorts of people."

Aside from people, Chalmers says there's another thing Big Mac just loves, and that's food!

"He is very food motivated so the way to his heart is with treats and food! He can be a little standoffish with people he doesn't know, but once he learns the hand that feeds him, he never forgets it!"

As much as he enjoys the company of people, he's also contented to spend some time on his own, away from other cats.

"Big Mac came from a crowded house so during his stay here at the shelter he has been liking to have his privacy away from the other cats. We are unsure at this time how he reacts to dogs."

Chalmers says whoever adopts Big Mac will surely be satisfied for the rest of his days.

"Big Mac is a great cat who just needs a good home to cozy up to during these cold winter months."

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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