New Cats:   Finbar, Samantha
Adopted Recently: Ripple, Miss Kitty, Denver, Pitfall

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"You can't change the world by adopting one animal,
but you can change the whole world for that one animal."

We get new animals all the time so please stop in or call the shelter to find out about animals not listed here.
If you have any questions about any of the animals call the shelter at (508) 261-7339 or email

Help Us With Kitten Season
Many kittens are in foster homes until they are old enough to come to the shelter. We would welcome donations of kitten supplies: Fancy Feast canned kitten food, turkey flavor (available at Stop & Shop, Big Y, Petco), Royal Canin dry kitten food, paper kitty litter such as Yesterdays News, puppy pads. Thank You


Adopting A Kitten - Please Read

Kittens require extra veterinary care. They will have received their 8 week distemper shots by the time they are ready for adoption, but adopters will be responsible for taking kittens to a vet for 12 and 16 week distemper shots, rabies vaccination, and spay/neuter surgery. In addition to the $140  fee to adopt a pet, the shelter is required by law to take a $40 spay/neuter deposit fee. When the owner has his kitten spayed or neutered, he may send a copy of the paperwork to the Mansfield Shelter Friends and request a refund of the $40 deposit, or leave it as a donation.

Before applying to adopt a kitten, please click on these links:

Kitten-Proofing Your Home

Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Options

Kittens vs. Cats

Kitten Vaccination Schedule

Ceela 2018


Sweet Ceela was born around the end of August. She has had her first shot in the series of kitten vaccination.

Niles 2018

Niles - adoption pending

Niles is about ten weeks old. He is friendly, outgoing, and playful. He gets along with other kittens and cats.