These young cats below arrived almost feral, but through constant interaction with the volunteers they are improving. They are now comfortable with the volunteers, but still afraid of strangers. If you are interested in any and want to give them time to get to know you we would be happy to arrange visits where you could just sit and get to know them. You are welcomed to come as many times as necessary so they and you are comfortable together.
Want to spread the word about the need to find homes for these cat? You can help by making copies of the poster (click here to print)and distribute them to your veterinarian, supermarket bulletin boards, and any other places that allow postings from the community. Also, please ask your veterinarian to include AFOC on their list of suggested shelters when people contact them looking for a new pet. Thank you!!
Animal Friends of Connecticut is looking to interview for the position of Shelter Coordinator.
If interested please call 860-827-0381 for more information.
Mr Puffer is looking for a home. Puffer is a very sweet cat who deserves a good home.
He is leukemia positive so he needs to be in a one cat household. Leukemia is not contagious to dogs or humans. Very friendly neutered male under two years old. If not a permanent home at this time, he would love a foster home.
If interested Animal Friends at 860 232 1393
Shelter Volunteers Needed.
We are looking for new volunteers to help out at our New Britain shelter. If you are available for a few hours during the morning and want to help take care of the many cats in our charge please call 860-827-0381 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for an interview. Volunteer positions may be for just one day a week or several days depending on your schedule. Just let us know what day(s) you would like to volunteer and we will work with you and your schedule. You will find it very rewarding and the animals need you now.
Foster Homes are desperately needed for more info. call 860-827-0381
Our greatest need is fostering mothers who are nursing.
This is what can happen when people list pets as free to a good home.
Quote from a dog fighter
“The hardest thing is to get enough dogs and cats for baiting. One good source is the local newspaper that offer a cat or dog for free. My wife dresses up neatly and collects them for me. If that source is running dry we just hire local gang kids to fetch dogs and cats. They scour the backyards and alleys and take whatever number we need. They make sure they leave the doors or gates open so people just believe they accidentally left them unlatched and that’s how their animals got out and got lost.