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Pope Memorial Humane Society Of Knox County
17 Buttermilk Lane
Thomaston , ME 04861
Phone: 207-594-2200
Hours: Open Everyday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays
Email: manager@hskcme.org

Pope Memorial Humane Society of Knox County is devoted to caring for and placing unwanted and abandoned animals in loving homes; promoting responsible pet ownership, humane treatment of all animals; demonstrating and enhancing the benefits of the human-animal bond and ending pet overpopulation through aggressive spay/neuter and Trap Neuter Return programs.

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Name Your Price Adoption Special

Just a few days left of the Name Your Price Adoption Special here at the Pope Memorial Humane Society of Knox County. Adopt any adult cat and name your adoption fee! Adoptions still come with spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, first free vet visit and consulting with our staff matchmaking ...
Aldersgate UMC Helps the Animals

The Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Rockland raised $372.50 for animals in need this May at their Public Supper for the Pope Memorial Humane Society of Knox County. Throughout the year the church holds pot-luck style public suppers open to the community where proceeds benefit different ...
Whisker Walk & Family Fun Day

On Saturday September 12th, 2015 pet-lovers from all over Mid-Coast Maine will gather at Harbor Park in Rockland for the annual Whisker Walk Family Fun Day & 5K. This family event has something for everyone (two-legged and four-legged): a 5K to run, an agility course to try out, food to eat, ...
Name Your Price Adoption Special

The Pope Memorial Humane Society of Knox County's cages and kennels are beginning to fill up, so it is time for a summer special to help find some kitties their forever homes. July 13th-25th adopt an adult cat at PMHSKC and name your adoption fee! Adoptions still come with spay/neuter surgery, ...
An Evening with Author David Rosenfelt

Author David Rosenfelt will be back at the Strand Theatre in Rockland on Wednesday August 19th to talk about his new booksLessons From Tara and Who Let the Dog Out. Tara, according to Rosenfelt, is the greatest Golden Retriever the world has ever known. And Who Let the Dog Outis the latest in ...
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