Animal Control Officer:  
Will Watson 207-934-4911

A Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic has Opened at the Animal Welfare Society on Holland Road in West Kennebunk - Near Exit 25 off the ME Turnpike.
Call Today!
985-3244 ext. 120
Cat Spay or Neuter: $45.00 includes Health Exam. 
For a limited time rabies shots are free!
Dogs that are less than 8 years of age and less than 50 pounds: $120 for a female and $90 for male. $8.00 for a rabies vaccine. Includes health exam.
If you do not reach them, leave a message, 
they will return your call.
Animal Welfare Program of Maine

The program staff currently includes five full time state humane agents, one intermittent humane agent, a full time veterinarian and a program director who are responsible for investigating animal cruelty, abuse or neglect complaints, the training of animal control officers and the inspections and licensing of boarding kennels, breeding kennels, animal shelters, pet shops, and research facilities. In addition, a program clerk who can be reached to file an animal welfare complaint at 287-3846 or toll free at 1-877-269-9200 staffs the program. 

Always report animal abuse and neglect.
Should You Let Your Cat Go Outdoors?
Thanks to the creation and marketing of cat litter since the mid 1940s, more and more cats are staying in -- becoming indoors-only pets. As such, cats are generally leading longer, healthier lives. The average indoor cat lives to be ten to twelve years old, and many of us know felines who are older than twenty. Conversely, outdoor-only cats survive for an average of two years in that situation. Our homes offer a safer, healthier environment than life on the street. 
You can make a difference for animals at your shelter, rescue, or animal welfare group, such as CAW.  
Explore the many ways you can work to  encourage change in your community.

Caring for Animals in a Disaster--FEMA
"Information for Pet Owners"
If you are like millions of animal owners nationwide, your pet is an important member of your household. Unfortunately, animals are also affected by disaster.
The Maine Pet Expos
Animal Rights Maine
Another Chance Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to caring for homeless pets in our communities through adoptions, cruelty investigations, community awareness, fostering and caring for companion animals until loving homes can be found. We are now a "Wall Less" shelter. Our organization is now totally run by folks who generously volunteer their time, homes and hearts in order to help. Through our Foster Care program, animals have a safe, healthy "place to be" until loving homes can be found for them. The following is our official mission statement:
Another Chance--North Berwick