With soulful green eyes, a sweet pink nose, and black and white markings that look like they were made from brushstrokes by an artist, Halpert is more than your everyday short hair cat.

He grew up in a cat colony inside a trailer and came to us overstimulated and terrified, but he’s not even totally grown - we estimate him to be about 6 months old! He spent most of his first weeks with us ducking and hiding at the slightest noise - he really wanted to find a quiet place!

But instead of leaving us to film some hit movies, he eventually started opening up. Now he loves getting attention and loves his meal times, and he really goes crazy for wet food. He’s really as sweet as can be!

He likes other cats but since he’s still searching for that quiet place to call home, he would probably run and hide from kids and dogs. Give him a little time to settle into your home, and he would make a wonderful, loving addition to the family!

Due to the spread of COVID-19 in the area, the SPCA of Hancock County is currently closed to the public.  But, the animals are still available for adoption.  The best thing to do at this point is monitor their WEBSITE, for both animals that are available for adoption, further contact information, and how you can donate to support the SPCA of Hancock County.

The SPCA of Hancock County is a no-kill facility, and currently has many cats and dogs available for adoption. It’s located at 141 Bar Harbor Road in Trenton. Donations are always accepted. They will take your returnable bottles as a donation, so please drop them off!

Email them at info@spcahancockcounty.org

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