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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


This is a special case for our rescue. Milo (6yrs) and Emma (15yrs) lost their owner to cancer on Christmas day. These two were her babies, and she wanted them to find a good home together. They are both very friendly, playful and lovable. Emma will sleep with you and has soft rabbit-like fur. Milo is a big boy at 16 pounds. He is very vocal and loves to be cuddled. He is the younger Tuxedo cat. They are both vetted and in good health and must both go together. They are a bonded pair. Please consider giving them a second chance.