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1st Baptist Church presents the Musical Play "ALL HAIL KING JESUS" performed at East Saugus United Methodist Church
December 16, 2017 (5:00 pm)

CHRISTMAS CONCERT at St. Margaret's Church
December 17, 2017 (7:15 pm)

December 29, 2017 (4:00 pm)

FIRST DAY HIKE at Breakheart
January 1, 2018 (10:00 am)

PARK CLEAN-UP at Breakheart
January 6, 2018 (9:00 am)

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Melrose Humane Society is reaching out to the Saugus community.
We use the services of Saugus Veterinarian Dr. Duca, and are a
sister town,
so would like to make the community aware of the group.  

We are a very well respected rescue organization and
would like to
get our rescued cats into nice homes.

We sponsor several fundraising events to be sure we always are able to care for our cats.


Cat & Kitten Adoptions through Melrose Humane Society
click here


All the cats available for adoption have been: 
Spayed /Neutered, Tested for Felv/Fiv,
and given a Rabies and a Distemper Vaccine.

Some of these cats are shown at PetSmart in Saugus
in the adoption room on Saturday & Sunday mornings.



Please contact  Lynn at     for more information.


Support the wonderful work of the Melrose Humane Society
click here

Melrose Humane Society is comprised of a small group of concerned  individuals who
take in sick, abandoned, injured and unwanted animals.  We currently care for cats
that we take into our own homes, get them medically treated - vaccines, spay/neuter,
testing for Felv/Fiv, or emergency medical care,  and hold them until they are ready to
be adopted.  We have no foster homes for dogs, but we do assist animal control officers
in local cities and towns with medical care, boarding and placement. 

All our cats and kittens are spayed/neutered before going to 'forever' homes.

We do not euthanize animals - we work with them and care for them until 'forever' homes
are found.  We do have some cats that will NEVER be adoptable because of serious health
problems, disposition, etc., but we have a Special Sponsor – Guardian Angel Fund to
care for those animals on a long term basis in our homes as Melrose Humane cats.

We have a Sponsor a Spay Fund for cats that come in with kittens -
to be sure they never add to the overpopulation problem again.

We sponsor several fundraising events to be sure we always are able to care for our cats.


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