Local Cats

Here are some links to fellow cat and animal lovers in our area...

Adoption and Animal Rights Groups

Community Cats
Community Cats is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization with the mission of helping free-roaming cats living outside. For cats who are shy and not socialized to people, they practice trap-neuter-return(TNR) whereby cats are spayed/neutered, given basic veterinary care, and returned to their outdoor homes, with the goal of stabilizing outdoor cat populations. Visit their website for additional information regarding how to request spay/neuter assistance, adopt one of their fosters, make a donation, or volunteer.
PAWS
PAWS (The Pet Animal Welfare Society)is "dedicated to rescuing homeless animals and placing them in loving new homes." Visit their website to learn more about adoptions, volunteering and donating to their cause.
CT Humane Society
"The purpose of the [CT Humane Society] is to promote humanity and kindness, and to prevent cruelty to man and animals." Visit their website to learn more about pet care, adoptions, volunteering and donating to their cause.
Friends of Animals
Friends of Animals works to cultivate a respectful view of nonhuman animals, free-living and domestic." Visit their website to learn more about their programs, volunteering and donating to their cause.
Cat on a pile of papers A local stray cat

Local Wildlife

Earthplace
"The mission of Earthplace is to educate the community about nature and the environment." Visit their website to learn more about wildlife rehabilitation and wildlife in our area.
Wildlife in Crisis
"Wildlife in Crisis is a non-profit organization dedicated to wildlife preservation and land conservation." Visit their website if you have any concerns regarding wild animals or to learn more about their programs, volunteering and donating to their cause.
Cat on books
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