Bangor Humane Society in Bangor Maine | Animal Shelters

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The dogs, which arrived in Maine on June 13, were rescued from the Southern Pines Animal Shelter in Mississippi, where, while adoptable, they were at high risk of being euthanized due to overcrowding, according to Stacey Coventry, Bangor Humane Society’s director of development and public relations.
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LEWISTON, Maine — An Auburn woman who abandoned a dog outside an animal shelter last month has been summoned, according to the Sun Journal. The dog was eventually struck by a vehicle and killed. Aroostook Animal Rescue Foundation madawaska, Maine 04756. Bangor Animal Shelter bangor, Maine 04401. Bangor Humane Society bangor, Maine 04401.
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Almost Home Rescue (AHR) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit all-breed rescue organization dedicated to saving lives and finding forever homes for stray, abandoned and surrendered dogs in danger of euthanasia. We are strictly a volunteer run organization and have no paid staff or board members. We rely on a network of volunteer foster homes and do not have a physical shelter. Almost Home Rescue holds permits to import dogs to the States of Maine and New Hampshire. BANGOR, Maine — The Bangor Humane Society is inundated with cats. In less than 48 hours Monday and Tuesday, pet owners surrendered more than 50 cats to the shelter, which now has 250 cats in its care and is begging the public to take animals out of the building.BANGOR, Maine — State officials have cleared Maine animal shelters that took in more than 60 dogs, cats, goats and chickens to begin offering the animals for adoption to permanent homes.The dogs, which arrived in Maine on June 13, were rescued from the Southern Pines Animal Shelter in Mississippi, where, while adoptable, they were at high risk of being euthanized due to overcrowding, according to Stacey Coventry, Bangor Humane Society’s director of development and public relations.BANGOR, Maine — The Bangor Humane Society is inundated with cats. In less than 48 hours Monday and Tuesday, pet owners surrendered more than 50 cats to the shelter, which now has 250 cats in its care and is begging the public to take animals out of the building.The dogs, which arrived in Maine on June 13, were rescued from the Southern Pines Animal Shelter in Mississippi, where, while adoptable, they were at high risk of being euthanized due to overcrowding, according to Stacey Coventry, Bangor Humane Society’s director of development and public relations.The dogs, which arrived in Maine on June 13, were rescued from the Southern Pines Animal Shelter in Mississippi, where, while adoptable, they were at high risk of being euthanized due to overcrowding, according to Stacey Coventry, Bangor Humane Society’s director of development and public relations.The cost of bringing the dogs to Maine is borne entirely by the Kuwaiti animal shelter, Suzan Bell, executive director of the Bangor animal shelter, said Monday.