Who We Are
Animal Friends of Connecticut (AFOC) is a non-profit, all-volunteer, animal protection organization, located in central Connecticut and dedicated to animal rescue. We rescue stray, abandoned, abused, and handicapped pets (mainly dogs, cats, and kittens). We also rescue animals from local pounds when their owners cannot be located. The animals are given medical care and vaccinations, are spayed or neutered, then cared for at our no-kill shelter until they are adopted into a loving forever home.
Animal Friends of Connecticut is fortunate to have been able to find caring homes for many homeless pets that otherwise would have been killed. No animal is ever put to sleep unless it is incurably ill and suffering, with no chance of recovering to an acceptable quality of life.
We are non-profit and fund our no-kill shelter, veterinary expenses, pet adoption, and basic needs of our rescues, through our fundraisers and from the generosity and charitable donations from people like you. Please consider making a tax deductible donation to help us with our abandoned pet rescue efforts by visiting our donations page:
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Featured Pets: The Reindeer Kittens!
Meet Dancer, Prancer, and Comet!
These three boys are in foster care and currently up for adoption. They are about 10 weeks old.
They are all very friendly and playful, and would love to find a home before the new year!
If you are interested in any of them, please call George at (860) 693-0303.