East Windsor, CT - Pet Adoption

CT Dog Rescue,Inc. has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Coventry, CT.
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Animal welfare organizations will be on site at PetSmart stores* in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. They'll make it easy for you to find your perfect pet.*Adoptable pets may not be available at all stores.
Adopt-A-Stray - CT has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Hartford, CT.
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Companion Pet Rescue & Transport (CPR) was founded in 2004 and rescues over 2,500 dogs per year thanks to a dedicated group of volunteers! CPR is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We have an adoption center in Southbury CT, as well as weekly events, and if your heart is set on a specific pup that has not yet arrived at our adoption center, you can pick up directly from our amazing transport! Please watch the video on the transport page to learn more about the transport process! Submitting an application is the first step. See a complete listing of all pets up for adoption through the CT Humane Society.
Photo provided by FlickrCT Animal House has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Waterford, CT.
Photo provided by FlickrCooper's Pet Rescue has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Redding, CT.
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We understand what a big decision it is to welcome a new pet into your home. Because of the wide variety of breeds, ages and activity levels of the animals available, our adoption process begins by getting to know you and your family.Have you addressed what type of pet personality you are looking for? Wait a second, did we just say personality, and not breed? Yes, that is right. Finding the ideal pet for yourself or family should start with an understanding of the ideal pet personality. Consider this, do you need a dog that is low key and good with kids, or are you looking for an energetic pal who is into trail running? Perhaps a cat that will get along well with others is what you need. The dog rescues and cat rescues that post hundreds of local pets near you are experts at matching you with a dog or cat who will love the life you can provide. This is why so many people are realizing focusing on dog adoption and cat adoption from a rescue is the ideal pet search process. Best of all, our website has a feature called "New Pet Alerts." Simply tell us what you are looking for and we will e-mail you when that perfect pet is available! So even if you've made the commitment to adopt a puppy or adopt a kitten, we will e-mail you immediately when we know of a local little furry fellow who is in need of a new home!There are many animal rescue groups to be found in Connecticut. If you are looking to relinquish a pet, find a home for a stray animal, or adopt a new pet, these organizations may be of help to you. We also recommend searching to find local rescue groups. Our neighbor, the , has a bulletin board listing local pets for adoption.
The Connecticut Humane Society finds new, loving homes for more than 5,000 pets a year. Adopting one pet helps two – the one you take home and the one awaiting space. The adoption counselors are here each and every day to assist you in selecting a new member for your family.