If you already have a house full of cats and are in the market to expand your family of feline friends, won't you give sweet Sally a chance?

She's this week's "Pet of the Week" over at the Hancock County SPCA.

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As Cole, the Shelter Manager over at the SPCA says, Sally's best when she's in her element, hanging out with other cats.

"This shorthaired black beauty is a young girl, around 2 years old, and has raised kittens of her own during her time on the streets, but now she is ready to enjoy a life of leisure."


"Some cats aren’t your typical house cats but they’re also not feral. They don’t mind living around humans but don’t quite understand how to interact with them, and a lot of what we do can be scary to them. These are unsocialized cats, like Sally. Sally LOVES other cats and is her happiest self lounging in the community cat rooms next to one of her buddies or playing with them."

Cole says Sally doesn't mind spending time inside and outside, just as long as she has some buddies nearby to put her at ease.

"She loves to hang out in the enclosed outdoor catio but also enjoys time inside as long as she has a feline friend to spend it with. "

Don't let her striking black hair, and yellow eye scare you off. Miss Sally would be a great addition to a family that already loves cats.

"She has been waiting for her forever home since June 2022 since she is so shy, but we know there is a wonderful family out there with plenty of kitties for her to play with that will take her home. Could it be 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, spcahancockcounty.org.

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