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New Haven’s animal shelter, with over sixty dog kennels and thirty cat compartments, is one of the largest municipal shelters in the State of Connecticut and attracts over three thousand visitors annually. The animal shelter will take in as many as nine hundred dogs and cats each year and investigate approximately one thousand animal related calls. Through its partnership with the City of New Haven Humane Commission, The Friends of the New Haven Animal Shelter, Inc., and The North Shore Animal League, the shelter sponsors several off-site adoption events throughout the year (in addition to adoptions at the shelter, which occur year-round.

EASTON ANIMAL SHELTER has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in EASTON, CT.

The East Haven Animal Shelter is a municipal shelter serving the town of East Haven, CT. We are committed to helping all animals that come into our care, and adopting them out to loving homes. Unfortunately, we are not a no-kill shelter, but with the help of our compassionate Animal Control Officers and our volunteer group, we do everything within our power to insure that an adoptable animal is not euthanized. If an animal is marked as URGENT, that means we will need to find a home for it soon.

Friends of the New Haven Animal Shelter

Friends of the Burlington Animal Shelter has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Burlington, CT. We always welcome donations of dog food. Nutro kibble is preferred as we try to keep the dogs on a consistent diet. In addition we also need durable chew toys of all kinds to keep the dogs occupied. Our cats also welcome donations of cat food, cat toys and clay litter.

Any donations can be dropped off at the shelter during regular business hours.

We at TAG continually work with our dogs, so be sure to read the updates so that you can see the progress made by the dogs. We would like to think they wouldn't be around long enough for an update but that's not always the case. We continue to try our best to make sure we get a proper home for the dogs and any other impounded animals. Volunteers help by walking and socializing the dogs, keeping the shelter clean and organized, fundraising, etc. We also create flyers and posters to keep members and the public informed of our activities and take pictures of the animals available for adoption and post these picture here on Petfinder, on and in the .

Often, animals admitted to the shelter require non-emergency medical care. Funds raised through membership dues, contributions and fund raising events pay for needed immunizations, spaying and neutering, and non-emergency illness and injuries. TAG has also purchased supplies and equipment for the shelter to improve care of the animals. Through the combined efforts of TAG and the Trumbull Canine Shelter staff, our four legged friends are well cared for while waiting for a permanent home.

Friends of the New Haven Animal Shelter - Find A Friend For Life

The Trumbull Animal Group, (TAG) is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization formed in 1999. We work closely with the Trumbull Animal Control Officer to provide a variety of services to lost and/or abandoned animals admitted to the Trumbull Shelter. We make every effort to assist in locating permanent, loving homes for all adoptable animals. The purpose of this non-profit organization is to work to further the cause of the humane and ethical treatment of animals. To this end, the organization looks to raise public awareness of the problems facing animals in the area, will work to reduce the incidents of animal neglect and abuse, seek to facilitate in the adoption of animals and raise funds for the upkeep and betterment of the animals at Trumbull Animal Shelter.

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