Archive for the ‘PetWork Connecticut’ Category

The mission of The Animal Haven (North Haven, Connecticut 06473) is to provide a temporary, safe, caring and humane refuge for homeless, adoptable cats and dogs, and to subsequently place these animals in quality, adoptive and permanent homes.

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We advocate responsible pet ownership, follow a mandatory spay-neuter policy, prohibit euthanization of our animals, and work in our community to fight animal cruelty through education.

The Animal Haven enlists and promotes public involvement in the humane treatment of animals, and is committed to principles of justice and compassion for all animals. Since 1948, The Animal Haven has been celebrating the special friendship between people and their animal companions.


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Our Companions Animal Rescue (Manchester, Connecticut 06045) promises to always do the right things for animals, regardless of the challenge or cost.

We’re committed to helping animals in need today, while also providing programs to prevent animals from becoming homeless.

Since our founding in 2002, so many have invested in our mission to always do the right thing for animals. While the last decade has been extraordinary, it’s what lies ahead that truly invigorates us. And we look forward to continuing on this journey with you.

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Branford Compassion Club (Branford, Connecticut 064-5) is a non-profit feline rescue organization that serves not only Branford, CT, but surrounding shoreline towns. The mission of the club is to provide for the feeding, shelter and care of homeless, abandoned and feral cats; to educate the public about the importance of spay/neuter population control, responsible pet ownership and kindness to animals; and to establish an ongoing community network to achieve these goals.


Branford Compassion Club was founded in November 1997, by a handful of compassionate Branford residents concerned with the growing population of feral cats. The residents united to form BCC to alleviate the hunger and suffering of feral cats in this community.

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The Last Post (Falls Village, Connecticut 06031) was founded by Pegeen Fitzgerald, a New York radio personality, advertising executive, author and animal advocate. Its primary purpose is to provide a safe, homelike surrounding for animals whose previous owners have died or gone into nursing homes.


Animals are left to the Last Post in wills, or special arrangements are made by contacting our Business Manager.

The Last Post has been in operation since 1982, and currently is home to more than 200 cats, several dogs, and a pair of pigs, as well as a goat.

Many of the cats are available for adoption and all are kept up to date with vaccinations and medical examinations.


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The mission of the Animal Rescue Foundation (Terryville, Connecticut 06786) is to:

  • Rescue, house, feed, clean and medicate stray, abandoned, injured, neglected and abused dogs, cats, puppies and kittens; spay and neuter when feasible (considering age and physical condition of the animal); rehabilitate the animals and find suitable, caring, permanent homes for them.
  • Be and remain a non-destroy organization where animals accepted into the shelter by ARF will remain the sole responsibility of ARF.
  • Prevent cruelty to and promote the humane treatment of animals.
  • Assist individuals with problems concerning animals.
  • Raise funds to support the work of the organization.
  • Guide the public in humane and proper care of animals

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South Wilton Veterinary Group (Wilton, Connecticut 06897) seeks to exceed the expectations of our clients by providing compassionate, quality pet health care services through a responsive, professional veterinary staff with an emphasis on individual attention, owner education, and an exemplary standard of care for your pets.


Our high standards have led to our AAHA accreditation, a distinction only awarded to 12% of veterinary hospitals in North America. As an accredited member of the American Animal Hospital Association, we are dedicated to providing excellence in small animal care. In addition to our certification in canine and feline medicine, we hold a specialty accreditation in avian patient care, one of only three such hospitals in the world. Our hospital is evaluated regularly by AAHA to ensure that we meet or exceed the association’s standards of excellence. AAHA standards are recognized around the world as the benchmark for quality care in veterinary medicine.

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Wilton Parrot Rescue (Wilton, Connecticut 06897) is a 100% volunteer-run and donation-dependent organization.
We strive to improve the lives of companion parrots through the best possible placement of adoptable parrots and through continued parrot education.

Our Facebook page www.facebook.com/wiltonparrotrescue is the best place to stay up to date on our activities.

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Pets play an integral role in our lives. They offer comfort and companionship; they protect us; and they make us laugh. They are beloved family members, and we want the best veterinary care available for them.


The doctors and staff at Sand Road Animal Hospital (Falls Village, Connecticut 06031) are committed to providing that care. We are proud of the talent and technology we have brought together, and of the compassion and professionalism of our entire health care team. Our mission is to get to know you and your pet personally, and to provide the treatment and preventative care needed to keep your cat, dog, or pocket pet happy and healthy for years to come.

We are passionate about our role as pet caregivers. We use the latest technological advances and surgical treatments. We encourage continuing education for our doctors and staff. And our hospital is evaluated periodically to insure that it meets the highest standards of veterinary care. We appreciate the trust our clients place in us and work hard every day to earn it.

It is the mission of the staff of Sand Road Animal Hospital, LLC. to revere, preserve and protect the health if all pets while promoting the bond people share with their animal companions. We are educators, healers, patient advocates and compassionate caregivers who will continually strive for excellence through continuing education and state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. We are a small business dedicated to the success of our human and animal community while offering each staff member an opportunity for a career in veterinary medicine, which will dictate the continued positive growth of our company.

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Wallingford Animal Control (Wallingford, Connecticut 06492) is proud to serve the residents of Wallingford.


In addition to our responsibilities as animal control officers, we also maintain the animal shelter, and care for the animals temporarily housed there.

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Forgotten Felines (Clinton, Connecticut 06413) is a private, all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) organization in that serves ten towns along the Connecticut River and shoreline.



Forgotten Felines rescues homeless cats and kittens, cares for them in its no-kill shelter, and works to find them loving adoptive homes.

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