Isaiah Vear of Waterville who is 14 and goes to the Waterville Alternative Education School has a kind heart and wanted to do something special for the cats who are out in the cold this winter. He made 7 insulated cat huts for the Humane Society Waterville Area to place in local areas so cats can be protected from the VERY cold Maine weather. His dreams when he grows up is to be a marine biologist, zoologist, or maybe a game warden.  Isaiah, we wish you all the best in making those dreams come true.

HSWA service the greater Waterville area and works to find permanent homes, to educate the community about responsible pet ownership, and to advocate for the humane treatment of all animals. Thank you Humane Society Waterville Area.

In the picture is his teacher Jessica Jones

Nikkia-Ria Vear

Here are what the cat dens look like on the inside.

Nikkia-Ria Vear

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