Newsletters

If you would like to become an member of Animal Friends of Connecticut and receive the quarterly newsletter, please call George @ 860-693-0303 and give us your name and address. The newsletter contains articles on animals that have been adopted, written by their new owners, photographs of animals that are looking for a home, and information about Animal Friends Of Connecticut News and Events.

 

 

 

(AFOC DOES NOT GIVE OUR MEMBERS INFORMATION TO ANY OTHER ORGANIZATIONS.)

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Meet Noelle, Luke and Boots, Jacob, Lucy and Ellie, Ferrets, CT Rescue, Trixie & Kelly, Worth the Wait, Meet our Volunteers

Petra (a.k.a. Willow),

Another Tennessee Kitten Rescue, Rikki’s Refuge Animal Sanctuary, Sugar Gliders

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Pi & Introducing a New Cat, Trixie, The Cats of St. Martin, Alumni Cats, Eagle Scout Builds Osprey Nest

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Brillo the Hedgehog, Adopt Don't Stop, Meriden Rescue, Gidget, Tennessee Rescue

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Purrsonality Plus, Maxwell Comes Home, Sophia, Raisin

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In Search of Kitty Love, AFOC Rescue, Galileo

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May 2019

Ariel the Mermaid Kitten, Slash (Tom's cat), Pet Hedgehog, Pet Trusts

February 2019

Sophia, Maxwell, Raisin, and Purrsonality Plus - Extra Attention Adoptable Cats

September 2018

About Us, Adoption, Volunteering, and Fostering

Sleeping Ginger Cat for the Winter 2018 AFOC newsletter.

Lucky Felines

21 kittens were rescued by Animal Friends of Connecticut.

21 Kittens

The newsletter about the Collinsville cat rescue.

The Cats of Unionville

AFOC Newsletter about adopting a special needs kitten.

Adopting a “Special Needs” Friend

Dog Walker

The Trip to Loving Homes

Animal Friends of Connecticut rescue efforts.

Animal Friends of Connecticut Changing Heart-wrenching Stories into Happy Endings

Sophie's Kittens Rescue by Animal Friends of Connecticut.

Sophie’s Kittens Find Forever Homes

AFOC rescue of Sunshine the dog.

How It All Started

Fiona the cat gets adopted.

Fiona Finds a Forever Home

AFOC Cat newsletter.

Homer, Heroic Blind ‘Wonder Cat’ Who Inspired Millions, Dies in New York at 16

Molly gets adopted.

Molly’s New Life

Fiona is rescued by Animal Friends of Connecticut.

Fiona’s Rescue