Closed to the Public

In an abundance of caution, Midcoast Humane is closing its facilities to the public, effective Monday, March 16 at noon. That includes our shelter at 30 Range Rd in Brunswick, our administrative office at 190 Pleasant Street in Brunswick, our intake facility in...

Emergency Preparedness

During this time of uncertainty, it is important for every pet owner to create a preparedness plan for their animals in case of illness or hospitalization. Plan ahead to ensure your pet’s safety and comfort by taking the following steps: Make sure that you have enough...

Volunteer of the Month

Our Volunteer of the Month is Sarah! Sarah started her relationship with Midcoast Humane as an employee, working for us briefly in 2017. She left to start a new career with IDEXX, but couldn’t stop thinking about how much she enjoyed working with the shelter animals....

Midcoast Humane Appoints First President

The Board of Directors of Midcoast Humane is pleased to announce the appointment of Mary P. Sundeen as its first President since commencing operations in 1950. Cristen Graham, Chair of the Board of Directors of Midcoast Humane commented, “Over the past four months the...

Why Microchip Your Pet?

WHY MICROCHIP? We have recently assisted in the homecoming of two pets, both considered permanently lost by their families. We were able to reunite the families because both of these pets were microchipped and the owners kept their information updated despite the...

Frequently Asked Questions about our Edgecomb Facility

We are grateful for all that the community has done to help Lincoln County Animal Shelter, now Midcoast Humane. Now, more than ever before, we need the community’s support. We can’t help the animals of Lincoln County without it. Our name has changed, but our...

Amere, Midcoast Humane’s Lobby Cat

By Sarah Murray Adoption Program Manager If you have ever visited Midcoast Humane at our Range Road campus, then you will most likely know about Amere, the lobby cat. He has the distinction of being the only animal at Midcoast Humane that is not up for adoption. Amere...

Peanut Butter and Pooches: a Timeless Love Affair

Donation Item Spotlight:  Peanut Butter By Brittney Kunst  The most sought after in-kind donations at animal shelters are typically linens, food, litter, and treats.  While these contributions are absolutely essential to caring for our 3,500 animals a year, there is a...

Our Adoptions Are Going Mobile!

We are excited to announce the expansion of our adoption program to bring more adoptable pets home! Our adopters come from all over, but Midcoast Humane holds with 40 towns across 1,000 miles.  We want to bring adoptable animals to people in every community we serve,...
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DOG CAT SMALL ANIMAL BARN BUDDY