Shelter Cats Visit Seniors Who Can’t Have Pets


In Bangor, Maine, the Cats On Laps program brings adoptable cats to visit the residents of the Phillips Strickland House, a senior home.

The kitties, who reside at the Bangor Humane Society, get to enjoy the outing, while the senior residents, who can no longer care for pets, get to spend time with their furry friends. Not only does this brighten up everyone’s day, but it helps socialize the cats in preparation for adoption.

How cute is this?! Former BHS foster kitten Merle sure has his way with the ladies. This sweet boy attended our Cats On…

Posted by Bangor Humane Society on Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Watch a video on the visits below:

We love how this program helps everyone involved. People of all ages deserve the affection and love that only a pet can bring, and these kitties deserve to find their forever homes!

Posted by Bangor Humane Society on Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Written by Karen Harris

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