Our shelter was established in September 2006 and officially opened in May of 2007. We are a 501c3 organization, making any contribution tax deductible. This shelter is run strictly by volunteers, unlike some shelters that have paid staff. This means that 100% of your donations are being used to care for the animals.
We are proud to have one of the finest and cleanest shelters in Connecticut. We provide the best possible care for all our animals with the fine veterinary support of Four Paws Veterinary Services and Groton-Ledyard Veterinary Hospital. These two veterinary services provide medical care for all our animals and attend to our animals as they would their own. Prior to entering the main shelter area, all animals receive a complete physical and are combo tested for FIV and Feline Leukemia. No cat or kitten is received into this facility that tests positive for either of these diseases. All of our animals are kept current on vaccinations.
This facility has a maximum capacity that will not be exceeded for any reason. This promotes good health conditions and reduces the stress in our residents. Unfortunately, we can not save all the animals that need to be saved, but we do our best with the ones that we can.
Currently, we are only caring for cats due to a shortage of volunteer and financial support. Canines require much more care and maintenance also veterinary care and food far more expensive than felines.
We pride ourselves in the care of our animal and want them to go to the best possible homes making our adoption policies very strict. This is to ensure our babies are well taken care of when they leave this facility. If you would like to adopt one of our cats or kittens please fill out an application or email us.