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 Quincy
Tuxedo & Domestic Short Hair mix
Medium
Young
Male

cat GiGi
Dilute Tortoiseshell & Domestic Medium Hair mix
Medium
Adult
Female

cat Java Joe
Domestic Short Hair
Medium
Young
Male

cat Gary Cooper
Domestic Short Hair & Tuxedo mix
Medium
Adult
Male

cat Clark Gable
Domestic Short Hair
Medium
Adult
Male

See all our animals!



I need a home!

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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

ColdWeather Safety

ColdWeather Safety
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5 Things to Consider When Adopting a Cat

Adopting a cat or kitten is a big decision and there are a few things you should consider before making the commitment.

5 Things to Consider When Adopting a Cat
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Cat Adoption Supplies

cat supplies


Step by Step Guide: Trap-Neuter-Return

trap-neuter-return

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It’s kitten season!

Why spay or neuter?


The Pet Effect

Want to lower your cholesterol, improve your immune system, and win the respect of your doctor? The answer is furrier than you might think. Give CAT a try.

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The Healing Power of Cat Purrs

Infographic by Gemma Busquets >


The Pet Overpopulation Challenge

pet overpopulation challenge

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7 Ways To Help Less Adoptable Cats In Your Community

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Why spay and neuter?

Why spay and neuter?
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Choosing a Shelter Cat

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

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Is It EVER Okay to Let a Cat Go Outdoors?

Find out >


Coping with Kitten Season

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Why Adopt a Second Cat?

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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 2017 we found homes for 42 cats, 52 kittens, 3 dogs, 5 birds, 2 guinea pigs, 4 rabbits, and 1 turtle.