Animal Friends of Connecticut: All cats and kittens are: The organization will not accept pets who are no longer wanted by their owners under any circumstances All cats live in foster homes Many of them have been neglected. Agency will provide medical attention, spaying kittens for adoption in ct neutering, and training before adoption The Society does not accept stray dogs
Bety - Age: 28
Price - 97$
There is no actual shelter.
Paws Cat Shelter, Inc
All Humane Society sites in Connecticut participate in this program Senior to Senior Program Phone: All pets have been altered and are up to date on all shots, including rabies
Our mission is to provide a loving home and solid adoption opportunities for abandoned, unwanted, or abused felines. homes for homeless animals; and to provide a humane means to end an animal's suffering. Griswold, CT GNHCP has been chosen as the best Animal Rescue Service in the Best of donations to finance our activities and help feral cats across Connecticut. Kitten Associates logo . Adopt a cat or kitten was the Recipient of a Certificate of Recognition from Senator Richard Blumenthal & the State of Connecticut.
Puff - Age: 31
Price - 65$
Protective shelter for abandoned and unwanted animals offers animals for adoption.
State of Connecticut
Shelter for abandoned and unwanted animals offers animals for adoption The shelter is open: The organization arranges to have the animal checked by a vet and to have it spayed or neutered before making it available for adoption. People who want to give up their guinea pigs must donate all of the animal's supplies and cage, and make a cash donation. Dogs from Middletown are housed at the Portland Animal Shelter
sissy - Age: 22
Price - 80$
Services provided may include payment of rescue shelter fees, veterinary care, food, and transportation to veterinary cente Animal Adoption - Greyhounds Phone:
Home of the Donofrio Family Animal Shelter ROAR's new Adoption Coordinator. Our Adoption Coordinator, Sarah, was interviewed for an article in the Ridgefield Press about all she does for ROAR! 45 South Street Ridgefield, CT Our mission is to provide a loving home and solid adoption opportunities for abandoned, unwanted, or abused felines. homes for homeless animals; and to provide a humane means to end an animal's suffering. Griswold, CT National nonprofit animal shelter. Open daily 9AM to 5PM. Visit and adopt! 39 Smith Street, Danbury CT