A no-kill animal shelter in Marblehead, Mass. rescuing animals in communities on the North Shore

Application Forms: cats | dogs | rabbits, birds, other small animals


New Arrivals

cat Herman
Tabby (black & gray)
Large
Adult
Male

kitten Galaxy Kittens 2
Domestic Medium Hair (buff & white) & Domestic Short Hair (black)
Medium
Baby
Male

kittens Galaxy Kittens
Domestic Medium Hair (gray & white) & tabby (gray)
Medium
Baby
Male

guinea pig Snicker and Doodle
Guinea Pig, Guinea Pig & Short-Haired
Small
Young
Female

rabbit Ralphie
Dutch
Small
Baby
Male

See all our animals!



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JOIN OUR TEAM!

We are always in need of committed volun­teers to walk dogs and feed cats; clean their cages, socialize with them; clean the grounds (seasonal); do fund­raising. Please sign up at the shelter (or down­load this appli­ca­tion form, fill it in, and bring it to the shelter). Read more >

Missing Pets Marblehead/​Swampscott

is a Facebook Group Page for Marblehead and Swampscott residents to post pictures and information about their missing pets and to share tips and sightings.  Go there >

We are a little shelter but we do big things!

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News & Info

Annual “Homeless Cats & Kittens Thanks­giving” Food Drive

Sunday, Nov. 12–Sunday, Nov. 19

Annual “Homeless Cats & Kittens Thanksgiving” Food Drive

Read more >


The Healing Power of Cat Purrs

Infographic by Gemma Busquets >


The Pet Overpopulation Challenge

pet overpopulation challenge

Read about it here >


7 Ways To Help Less Adoptable Cats In Your Community

Read how >


Why spay and neuter?

Why spay and neuter?
larger version >


Choosing a Shelter Cat

Read more >


6 Ways That Having a Pet Can Improve Your Life after 60

Read here >


Is It EVER Okay to Let a Cat Go Outdoors?

Find out >


Coping with Kitten Season

Read more >


Why Adopt a Second Cat?

Read more >


7 Reasons Senior Cats Make Awesome Pets

Read more >


Resolve to Be the Best Possible Cat Owner This Year

Read here >


Low-Cost Mobile Spay/Neuter for Cats

The Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society’s Catmobile Program is a subsidized mobile spay/neuter clinic designed specifically for cats. Their two Catmobiles are each staffed by a veterinarian and technician and can assist up to 30 cats a day.

The Catmobile program covers the North Shore, South Shore, Central MA, Metrowest, Merrimack River Valley, and greater Boston areas.

More info >


Red Cross Pet First Aid App

More info >


Resources for helping homeless animals in Massachusetts

There’s some great info here on the Mass.gov blog >



Show off your support with Shelter merchandise

Take a look at the classy stuff you can buy at our fundraising events and local stores to help the Shelter:

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In 2016 we found homes for 102 cats, 135 kittens, 2 dogs, 2 bunnies, and 2 birds.