PARIS — Giving Tuesday is fast approaching, this year on November 30. Responsible Pet Care has set a Giving Tuesday goal to raise $10,000, necessary to meet medical needs and care for homeless animals at the shelter. This year more than ever, “RPC” needs your help.


Jupiter, a delightful domestic shorthair feline, came in as a stray and was found to need necessary ongoing medical care to support kidney function.


Chino, a sweet mixed breed dog, gave birth to 9 puppies shortly after coming to the shelter. Immediately after delivery, it became clear that Mom needed intense supportive care to raise her puppies or they would be lost. Our talented staff met this challenge and today they are all well and happily ready for new homes!


Scott, an adorable little gray tiger guy, born at the shelter, was in dire condition with sensitive digestive issues. He would have died had his medical needs not been met by staff and is now ready to progress to his foster home.

Three homeless pets with very different stories, but one common denominator; “RPC” was there for them when they needed help the most. This was made possible by generous, compassionate supporters. There are multiple ways to give to “RPC” and no donation is too small! Go to, visit Responsible Pet Care of Oxford Hills on Facebook, or mail your donation to 9 Swallow Road, South Paris ME 04281. Responsible Pet Care is grateful for your support!

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