Thanks to everyone who helped make Muttwalk 2010 a huge success, and a special thanks to the following individuals, businesses, and organizations:
Dave Neilson Insurance Agency, State Farm Insurance
Wayne and Caroline Morong
The Camden Hospital for Animals
Allen Agency
Loyal Biscuit
Kathy Nabors
Peter Otts
Camden National Bank
Smiling Cow
Kislak Family Foundation
Sea Street Graphics
Adventure Advertising

And also, thanks to everyone who helped raise funds for CRARL at our QUARY HILL YARD SALE!

Camden Memorial Day Parade!


Volunteer Thank you May Day Picnic on May 1st at Farmers Fare.

Saturday, August 7
See our cats at French and Brawn, downtown Camden, 10 a.m. to 1 pm

Friday-Saturday, August 13-15
Visit our booth at the Maine Boats, Homes and Harbor Show in Rockland.

Sunday, September 5
Participate in or watch our dog Show during Windjammer Weekend in the Library
Harbor Park in Camden, 9 to 11 a.m.

Saturday, September 11
Car Wash at Key Bank at the Hannaford Shopping Plaza in Camden, 9 a.m. to
noon (rain date September 18)

Saturday, September 25
See our cats at French and Brawn, downtown Camden, 10 a.m. to 1 pm

Saturday, October 16
See our cats at French and Brawn, downtown Camden, 10 a.m. to 1 pm

Second Annual Pound Lock up.
Date and Time to be announced

Saturday, November 13
Pet Photos with Santa at the Camden Fire Station, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Thursday, December 2
Ornaments for animals, silent auction and refreshments at Prism Glass Gallery and Café, 4 to 8 p.m.

Friday, December 3
Join us at the early evening Christmas by the Sea parade

Reigning Cats & Dogs
Channel 7, 7:30PM on Thursdays on Maine Coast TV Channel 7 as well as Belfast Community TV Channel 2.

We are actively involved in various community programs. If you see a program that is dear to your heart and would like to volunteer or if you have an idea for a new program or fundraiser, please contact the shelter at 207 236 8702 or e-mail us.

A few programs we are currently involved with are:

Pat-A-Pet. A group of volunteers takes selected animals to Quarry Hill, a retirement community, so residents can snuggle with a furry friend. The Cold Noses/Warm Hearts program is a group of young volunteers from Youthlinks who take pets to visit seniors in area nursing homes.

School Outreach Our outreach programs help young people learn the responsibilities of pet ownership and the care animals require.

YMCA We participate in programs to educate families of pet ownership and care.

Senior Program For those seniors looking for a feline friend, we will give you a cat free of charge. All we ask in return is that you give these special cats a warm, loving, permanent home.

Foster Program We are looking for people interested in fostering our kittens, puppies, and occassionally special needs dogs. Periodically the shelter takes in more kittens than we can handle. During these times we need assistance with caring for these little furballs.

Pet Care Badges Organizations such as Brownies, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts and others can earn their Pet Care Badge by learning how to care for animals.

In the Community
We are always looking
for ways to educate the
public, or to be active in
our local community.
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