Kitten Associates is a non-profit, c 3, all-volunteer, home-foster based cat rescue located in Sandy Hook, CT. We rescue adults cats and kittens from kill-shelters or who are friendly strays that need safe harbor. We're one of the few, "No Kibble Fed" rescues in the country because species appropriate nutrition is a cornerstone of our rescue philosophy. We know that nutrition builds a lifetime of good health and we educate our adopters on how to provide that diet once their cat or kitten comes home.
Adopting a pet is good for you and the pet! In addition to giving a fresh start to a deserving pet in need, there are proven health and behavioral benefits to people who own pets AND you get to add a new member to your family. Adoption counselors will help you match your lifestyle and preferences to the right pet.
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CHS staff and volunteers spend lots of time with the pets—learn their likes and dislikes, their funny sides and their silly sides, their little quirks, and so much more. Pets adopted from the Connecticut Humane Society have already been seen by the staff veterinary team, have a medical record, are current on age-appropriate vaccines, and are current on parasite preventatives. Cats and dogs are microchipped, and you receive an offer for a free trial of pet insurance.
Your adoption fee will help pay for a portion of the medical, behavioral and daily care your pet received at CHS. Plus, CHS is here to continue to support you and your pet. If you run into questions or problems, or just need your medical records reprinted, you can give us a call and the team will be glad free kittens in ct assist. Cannot be combined with any other adoption discount programs.
This discount does not apply to the adoption of puppies, kittens, adolescents, seniors, small animals or birds. Microchip implant, registration, and tag for dogs, cats and rabbits! For more information about this service visit: 24PetWatch.
Some pets come to CHS already chipped with a different microchip brand. At the time of adoption, the microchip is registered in the 24PetWatch microchip database, but we recommend that all adopters contact the microchip company HomeAgain, ACKReunite, etc. There may be a small fee to update this information with the chip manufacturer, but ensuring all contact information is current gives your pet the best chance of return if they are lost.
Cat and dog adopters are eligible to receive a complimentary day 24PetWatch Gift Insurance Policy. In order to receive this insurance, adopters must provide their address as part of the adoption process. For more information about this offer, what is covered, limits, etc.
The value of adopting a pet at CHS is priceless. The fees you would pay on the open market for similar services and benefits are ificantly higher. Adoption Fees:. Some restrictions apply.
Ask an adoption counselor for more information. A microchip is another method of ID and links your pet back to you and increases your chances of reuniting with your pet if they are lost. A microchip is the size of a grain of rice and implanted by a veterinarian or trained medical professional.
You will have 7 days to activate your policy.
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Your veterinary bill will need to be paid by you. After your appointment, you can submit a claim form to 24PetWatch and they will reimburse you directly if your claim is accepted. Save Lives Today. The Connecticut Humane Society is a c 3 non-profit organization.