500 Legacy Farms North, Hopkinton MA 01748 508-435-6938
At Baypath, we do our best to collect both behavior and medical histories on our animals, as well as do our own evaluations and observations. We gather as much information as we can to suggest what we believe to be the ideal situation for each animal. We do this in the interest of the animal's quality of life as well as to assist our potential adopters. As always, safety is of the utmost importance in our decision making process.

We are always more than happy to discuss our animals with you and highly encourage you to call or email the shelter at info@baypathhumane.org if you have any questions or want more information regarding any of our animals.

All available animals (5)

8 year old male domestic shorthair
Meet Baxter! This handsome, playful guy is ready to find his new family. Baxter may not be a spring chicken, but he is still full of energy! He absolutely loves to play with all his toys, especially those exciting wand toys! He may be shy at first, but once he warms up he loves to be with people and will follow you around. He will purr away as you pet him, but one he has had enough he will let you know. He would do best in an adult only home or with kids over 13. Baxter does not get along with other cats and wants to be the solo feline in his home. We do not know how he would do with dogs. If you think Baxter is the cat for you, please email adopt@baypathhumane.org for more information about our current COVID-19 adoption process! 
3 year old female domestic shorthair
Meet Shiloh! This gorgeous girl is ready to meet her new family. On arrival, she was very shy. She has since come out of her shell and is now a sweet, purr machine. Shiloh also has what we call conflicted catitude. She loves having her chin scratched, rubbing on your legs, and doing all things on her own terms. She's feisty as most Calicos and are and will let you know when you're dismissed. But then, she'll come right back and ask for more. Shiloh loves treats and that is one way to win her over! Since she is shy and has attitude, she would be happiest in a low key home with adults or kids over 10. We think she would do well with a cat friend or as the center of attention. If you think Shiloh is the girl for you, please email adopt@baypathhumane.org for more information about our current COVID-19 adoption process! 
2 year old female domestic shorthair
Meet Georgina! This sweet, gorgeous girl is ready to meet her new family. She is a shy cat, but once she knows you, she enjoys being pet and will purr away while soaking up all the attention. Georgina spends most of her time hiding in a cozy bed. She still doesn't come up to you to say hi, but she loves to be pet when you go to her. Treats are definitely the way to win her over! Georgina still gets nervous of loud noises, so would do best in a home with adults or kids over 10. Georgina seems to get along well with the other cats in shelter, so we think she could do well with a cat companion or as the only cat in her home. We have not seen her with dogs, but she would likely be afraid of them. If you think Georgina is the girl for you, please email adopt@baypathhumane.org for more information about our current COVID-19 adoption process!
5 year old female domestic shorthair
Meet O'Malley! If you are looking for a quiet feline companion, O'Malley is the girl for you! O'Malley has a gentle, warm, affectionate demeanor that is shadowed by feelings of insecurity and sheepishness at the shelter. At first, O'Malley is uncomfortable with loud noises and sudden movements and will try to hide or duck away. Don't be surprised if she gives you a warning hiss or growl to let you know she is afraid. The more time you spend with her, feeding treats and talking sweet-nothings, she'll melt into your presence and twirl on her back to ask for more pets. She especially loves her ears and chin scratched. She may always be a little shy, but in the right home environment we think she'll blossom into an affectionate companion. We think she would do best in a quiet, adult-only home that can give her the time and space to come out of her shell. She seems to do okay with other cats and would be happy with a companion or as the center of attention. We do not know how she would do with dogs, but may be too fearful for them. If you think O'Malley is the girl for you, please email adopt@baypathhumane.org for more information about our current COVID-19 adoption process! 
4 year 1 month old male domestic shorthair
Meet Flick! This entertaining, energetic young cat is ready to find his new home! Flick is looking for a home where he can be an indoor and outdoor cat. The world is his oyster and he needs all the space he can get to run off his energy and keep him busy! When he is bored, he will surely get himself into trouble. Flick is a handsome guy and he can't wait to be king kitty of his castle. He wants to follow his people everywhere, be in your business, and is not prepared to share his home with any other animals. Flick is silly and has a playful side - he loves to chase wand toys and climb high on his towers! He can also be independent and will entertain himself if no one is around. He would do best with someone who has had experience owning a cat who can be a little frisky! He is a friendly boy and likes to be pet, but isn't a fan of being held. He would do best in a home with adults only. If you think Flick is the cat for you, please email adopt@baypathhumane.org for more information about our current COVID-19 adoption process! 
Helpful hint: Please bring copies of your vet records if you're considering adopting. This will help speed up your adoption process.
Note: Animals in foster are living in temporary foster homes and are available for adoption. Please contact us at adopt@baypathhumane.org or 508-435-6938 to learn more about a dog or cat who's in foster. Thanks!