The HART cat shelter in Cumberland has more than 120 cats, as well as kittens and adult cats in foster care. For pictures, go to www.hartofme.com or call 829-4116.

Two of the kittens available are Schooner and Skiff, both fluffy, long-haired males. These two are very friendly and loving. Schooner is an adorable all-gray boy, and his brother, Skiff, is a handsome all-black guy. They are about 6 months old and just returned to us due to their owner’s serious illness. They’ve never been separated, and we want them to be able to find their new loving home together.

The Animal Refuge League
at 449 Stroudwater St., Westbrook, has the following animals available. For more information, call 854-9771 or visit our website at www.arlgp.org to see photos of these wonderful pets.

Tracker’s best parlor trick is to remove the caps from empty plastic bottles and then proudly present the bottles to his favorite person. This 7-year-old purebred black Labrador retriever has been professionally trained for hunting, and retrieving is his pride and joy. Tracker suffers from severe anxiety when left alone. He will improve with a  medication and behavioral modification overseen by a veterinary behaviorist. He needs a new owner who is home most of the time or can take Tracker along, and who will understand that doing what it takes to overcome Tracker’s panic will be a goal worth working toward.

The Animal Welfare Society
in West Kennebunk has these pets. Call 985-3244 or visit www.animalwelfaresociety.org.

Holly is an adorable 2-year-old mixed-breed, an easygoing girl who should do just fine sharing her new home with other dogs, cats and children of all ages. She is a super goofy girl who loves to play.

Cookie is a 12-year-old Maine coon cat, a very friendly and laid-back girl who would love to live a low-key lifestyle. She is super sweet and would love to share her new home with other cats and children. One thing that Cookie’s new owners will have to do is keep her on a special food containing green peas and rabbit because of her allergies.