Pet Protectors is a 501 C3 non profit animal rescue charity organization dedicated to giving a second chance to homeless and abandoned animals. We are all volunteers. We rely solely on donations to help and all goes 100% to the care of our rescued cats and dogs.
We screen all of our potential new foster/permanent homes thoroughly. We do home visits, and a trial period before any adoptions to ensure it is right for the people and the animal.
Bridgeport CT 06606 | 3.6 miles away
We are a municipality so we feel that if there are animal owners that can no longer take care of their animals we will assist them in finding good homes. We have a comprehensive list of rescue groups and organizations that assist us and owners of animals with finding new homes.
Easton CT 06612 | 3.8 miles away
Animal Shelter to house homeless animals in Easton, CT.
Fairfield CT 06824 | 4.3 miles away
Mission Statement: To enforce all state and local laws concerning roaming dogs, barking dogs, animal bites, nuisance complaints, and rabies related wildlife complaints.
Westport CT 06880 | 4.4 miles away
Save Our Strays is a private non-profit animal welfare organization dedicated to the rescue and placement of homeless and abandoned dogs, cats, puppies and kittens.
Trumbull CT 06611 | 4.8 miles away
Our organization is a non-profit 501c3 organization founded in 1999 to further the cause of the humane and ethical treatment of animals. We work closely with the Trumbull Animal Control Officer to provide a variety of services to lost and/or abandoned animals at the Trumbull Shelter. We assist with finding loving, permanent homes for all adoptable animals through public awareness and outreach. You
Westport CT 06880 | 5.9 miles away
Way back in 1881, a Hartford High School senior named Gertrude O. Lewis wanted to find a way to help animals of Connecticut. She gathered support in her community - including some of Connecticut’s most prominent citizens of the time - and that very same year, Gertrude founded the Connecticut Humane Society. And all these years later, the work continues. CHS is the oldest and most comprehensive a
Westport CT | 6.2 miles away
Our first experience with rescue was when we brought Jessie up from a kill shelter in North Carolina in 2006. We have been rescuing ever since.
Westport CT | 6.8 miles away
When I started Little Pink Shelter back in 2008, my mission was to help shelter dogs win their fight for a second chance at life: as a breast cancer survivor, I knew all too well the sweetness of that victory. Since founding the Little Pink Shelter, I have cultivated a strong relationship with just two places in Arkansas whom I trust, and together we have placed nearly 3,000 dogs and puppies in
Westport CT 06880 | 6.8 miles away
The Mission of T.A.I.L.S. is to serve the community as a charitable organization that promotes spay/neutering of animals and provides financial support to humane organizations and individuals in pursuit of this goal. We are dedicated to vigorously promoting and educating the community about the importance of spay/neuter to reduce, and eventually eliminate, the killing of unwanted dogs, cats, and o
Stratford CT 06615 | 7 miles away
Stratford Animal Control is a Division of the Stratford Police Department that enforces all State Laws and Town Ordinance related to animals. It is the responsibility of the Animal Control Division to investigate roaming dogs, animal bites, cruelty to animals, barking nuisance, unreasonable tethering or confining of a dog, town defecation ordinance, leash law, valid rabies vaccination, dog licensu
Westport CT 06880 | 7.3 miles away
The Animal Control Division, under direct supervision of the Westport Police Department, is responsible for enforcement of local and state laws affecting domestic and wild animal life. Contrary to popular belief, the large facility on Post Road East is not the town's animal shelter. The town shelter is located on Elaine Road.
Stratford CT 06614 | 7.5 miles away
Stratford Cat Project is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue of homeless and abandoned cats in Stratford and surrounding communities. Founded in 2001, Stratford Cat Project rescues stray cats, provides veterinary care, food, shelter, socialization, and love until an animal is ready for adoption. We are not a shelter and do not have a facility. All of our animals live i
Stratford CT | 7.5 miles away
Rescued in the "Nic" of Time LLC is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to finding loving homes for dogs of all breeds. By working with our foster homes, our local veterinarian, volunteers & our huge support of networkers, we are able to rescue more & more animals throughout the years. We provide loving temporary care in our fosters homes until a forever home is found.
Monroe CT 06468 | 7.8 miles away
The Animal Control Unit is a branch of the Police Department. The officers are appointed and supervised by the Chief of Police in conjunction with the State of Connecticut's Department of Agriculture. It is comprised of one full-time officer and five part-time officers, necessary to administer and enforce the laws pertaining to animals. The Unit investigates all calls concerning animals, both
Wilton CT 06897 | 8.6 miles away
In the 1960's Animals In Distress was founded as a humane organization to care for all animals in need - dogs were housed by Basil Burt, Wilton's dog warden at the time. Cats and other animals were fostered by organization members. By 1975, nature groups were providing for the care of wild animals and the Town of Wilton had created a dog shelter and so Animals In Distress became an organ