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Who We Are/What We Do
Created in 1996, Animals for Life started with the simple goal of finding needy animals loving homes. Now, almost 20 years later, our goal remains the same–to place homeless cats and dogs into wonderful, forever homes.
We also are huge believers in education and outreach, and therefore do our best to educate and assist the public on companion animal issues, and address the issue of pet overpopulation that is rampant in CT and the world in general.
How You Can Help
There are many ways you can contribute toward helping cats and dogs in our communities.
Please visit out Volunteer page to see the various ways you can help us continue our mission of assisting CT’s cats and dogs.
Fostering Saves Lives – We Need You!
Fostering plays a crucial role in animal rescue. Animals for Life is in constant need of fosters in order to continue saving abused, neglected, and homeless animals.
Foster homes provide a stress-free environment that will help transition the animal to their permanent home by giving our animals a chance to adjust to a home setting, socialize with people and other animals, and receive the love they deserve.
Animals for Life provides the following for each animal in foster care:
- All animals have received appropriate vaccines and medical attention needed
- Any necessary expenses, including food and supplies, are provided for the animal
Responsibilities of the foster family include:
- Providing love and care in a safe environment for the foster animal
- Maintaining a relationship, and providing feedback, with our rescue to help find the best possible forever home for the animal
Becoming a foster is one of the most important roles in animal rescue. Without fosters we would not be able continue our live-saving mission.
If you’re interested in becoming a foster, please complete an application today!