Houston was found starving and abandoned in late summer. He is now so thankful to be alive - he loves everyone he meets! He listens to every word you say, and does not want to be alone. Houston is a ragdoll in your arms – and the sweetest of kitties. He has a healthy appetite and likes all types of cat food, has good litter box habits and cherishes living as an indoor cat. Houston is FIV+. FIV (a feline only virus) is most commonly transmitted from cat to cat through deep bite wounds so the risk of transmission to non FIV cats is minimal if the cats aren't fighting. He does not have any health issues as a result of being FIV+. While he loves his foster home, he is eager to find his forever family! To learn more about this exceptional boy, please contact Caroline at 860.242.9999 ext. 302 or Caroline@ourcompanions.org

Great weekend events for pet lovers!

New Haven, Conn. (WTNH) – There are some big events coming up for pet lovers in our area. Tomorrow in Stratford, you can honor your pet and …

2014-12-12 Pet of the Week Kayla

Pet of the Week: Kayla

This week’s pet of the week is a sweet and energetic dog named Kayla.

kids shop with a cop

Kids shop with cops

Local and state police all over Connecticut are taking part in what they call one of their favorite assignments of the year, the annual ‘Sho…

Darby (Facebook: Waterford-East Lyme Animal Control)

Update: Neglected dog has new home

In November, we told you about a Cocker Spaniel who was neglected and abandoned, left outside the Connecticut Humane Society overnight. That…

2014-12-05 Pet of the Week Cleo

Pet of the Week: Cleo


This week’s pet of the week is a very friendly yet independent cat named Cleo.