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Our Mission

Southington Animal Rescue serves our community with programs and services that improve the welfare of animals. We exist to provide a better life for adoptable companion animals without homes and to assist in the effort to limit the overpopulation of feral cats through a Trap-Neuter-Release methodology.

The key principles that we follow to assist us in achieving our goals are:

  • Assist in finding homes or re-homing sick, injured, abused and abandoned adoptable domestic animals.

  • Reduce overpopulation of animals through spay and neuter programs and assistance.

  • Foster compassion towards animals and prevent animal cruelty through sharing our knowledge, experience and community education.

  • Help keep animals in their homes through quality veterinary care, training programs and community education.

  • Help pet owners keep their animals through veterinary care assistance, training and education programs.

Pet Spotlight

 

Pit Pat was born on September 25, 2009. He likes children and has always been fine with dogs. He does not like other cats at all. Pit Pat is definitely a lap cat and does not like to sleep alone at night. He does like to find a quiet place for himself during the day if there are no laps available. He is very gentle, he’ll let you trim his nails, and he’s even fine at the vet. Pit Pat is not very talkative for a Siamese. The owners use a pheromone dispenser, because he has been very troubled living with another cat. Despite always having been a healthy weight, Pit Pat was diagnosed with diabetes in August, but seems to be responding well to the insulin injections. Those injections are given twice a day and he is very good about getting them! He is an affectionate cat and wants all the love you can give him!