Annie the rescued cat, brings joy to residents at Falmouth nursing home

NESAA rescue Annie makes fast friends at the Royal Megansett Nursing & Retirement Home


Annie on a visit with residents of Royal Megansett. NESAA photo.

Every first Monday of the month, Annie, a rescue from the New England Society for Abandoned Animals (NESAA) visits the Royal Megansett Nursing & Retirement Home in North Falmouth where she makes fast friends with some of the residents.

NESAA volunteer (and founder) Deborah Doe of Osterville and Cheryl Washington of Marstons Mills have been taking Annie to the nursing home for the past few months. According to Doe, the activities director is a cat lover and when she noticed that many of the residents have pictures of cats in their rooms, she thought they might enjoy a visit.

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