To provide homeless animals with a second chance at life and companionship in a no-kill shelter. Our organization goes beyond shelter walls and is committed to
1) Positive people and animal
relationships and placements
2) Offering affordable spay, neuter
and vaccination clinics
3) Cooperative rescue efforts
4) Animal welfare education
In 2010 an enthusiastic group of animal lovers saw a need for a no-kill safe haven for cats, and a new all-volunteer organization was formed to fill a huge void in Littleton and the surrounding area. The Second Chance Animal Rescue was created by caring individuals with over 50 years of combined service in the animal rescue field.
Click here for a printable adoption application.
The shelter is open six days a week, and we need help. Can you spare a few hours a week on a regular schedule, to work with the animals? We especially need morning kennel cleaners. Or do you have a professional service or talent you'd like to offer? Or maybe you can help occasionally at fundraisers, or man a booth at the Farmers Market?
These are just a few of the ways you can volunteer. Start by filling out an application.
Click here for a printable Volunteer Application
Read all about our shelter, organization and our current events. Along with helpful information for you and your best kitty friends.
Second Chance offers first class Cat Boarding to help offset our rescue expenses.
Our goal is to provide the winning combination of watchful supervision, gentle care, and supreme sanitation to maintain your feline with a healthy, clean environment each time they visit. Second Chance Animal Rescue understands cats and is a place where your pet can feel cared for, happy and safe while you are away. Pre-boarding visits are welcome by appointment.
Our boarding fees are $14 per day, 2 cats housed together is $22 per day. $2 discount per day after 30 days. Additional discounts and rates available for more same household cats.
THANK YOU 99 RESTAURANT!And to all who participated--thank you for your support. It was our most successful 'Dining for a Cause' yet!
Sunday, July 5th, 10am to 1pmby the Littleton Senior CenterBAKED GOODS NEEDED!
We are looking for Household goods, antiques, furniture, glassware, etc!! Drop off your gently used donations at the shelter office now between Noon and 3pm Monday thru Saturday.
We are NOT accepting any clothing; electronic equipment such as TV's, computers or stereos; exercise equipment; magazines; encyclopedias; mattresses.Call 603-259-3244 with questions.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2015 1:30 -- 4:00 PMAT THE SHELTER1517 MEADOW STREET, LITTLETON NHFOR CATS & DOGS
NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED Rabies………….$12Distemper………...$15Kennel Cough….$15Feline Leukemia….$15Nail Trims…..4 paws/$5Ear Washes…....2 ears/$5
LOW-COST SPAY AND NEUTER CLINICS
Book your Cat or Dog now!
Location: S.C.A.R. Shelter
June 15, 2015July 13, 2015August 3, 2015September 14, 2015October 12, 2015November 9, 2015December 14, 2015
Call 603-259-3244 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your pet.
To ensure that our community's pets never go hungry, Second Chance is collecting dry and canned food for cats and dogs. Many seniors and families are struggling in these tough economic times, and too often it's their pets who go without.
Drop off your pet food donation at the shelter Monday through Saturday, noon to 3pm.
Donated pet food will be distributed by the All Saints Episcopal Church Food Pantry in Littleton, NH.
Donate one bag, or take a big step and organize a neighborhood drive, or work with your child's classroom teacher and start collecting.
How do you clean out your closet and help Second Chance at the same time? By donating the shoes you don’t wear anymore to the shelter! We’ve started a new fund raiser by collecting shoes and shipping them to the philanthropic company “ShoeBox Recycling”. They pay us by the pound for shoes. They then ship them to third world countries.
Did you know that over 300 million pairs of shoes are thrown away each year? Keep your old shoes out of the landfill, and help raise funds for cat litter and medical care.
Give your old shoes a new life. Drop off your unwanted shoes (that are still wearable and have no holes) to the shelter. The kitties can’t wear them, but they sure need them.
Cats that have been strays their entire lives, and cats that cannot live as house pets deserve a second chance too! Free adoptions to the right barn. Call 603-259-3244 for more information.