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Please lend us a hand by adopting, donating, or volunteering to help animals in need! Don’t look away – everyone can do something!

We are currently accepting donations of housewares, clothing, books, costume jewelry, and luggage. These items will be sold at our yard sales to raise money for the animals in our care. If you’ve got extra stuff, feel free to drop it off in the driveway at 6 Cudworth Street in Medford. We appreciate it!

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Kitty Connection’s current wishlist:

  • Postage Stamps
  • Paper Towels
  • Canned Cat Food
  • Disposable latex gloves
  • Tall kitchen trash bags
  • Medium garbage bags
  • Small & large storage bags
  • Pet Supplies Plus Gift Cards
  • Pine-Sol Disinfectant & Cleaner

Donations can be dropped off at Kitty Connection’s bin at Pet Supplies Plus in Fellsway Plaza, Medford, Massachusetts. You can also mail them to us at Kitty Connection Incorporated, PO Box 559, Medford MA 02155.

Thank you very much!

Do you own a business with a storefront? Why not adopt a stop cat! See stories about successful shop cats on the Huffington Post.

Watch the video “Who Saved Whom?” featuring Marie Mazzeo, the volunteer coordinator for Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services, and the founder of Kitty Connection. With her connection to both organizations, Mazzeo attends to the emotional and physical needs of our elderly population by pairing them with companion animals.

Kitty Connection was featured on the MassRealty website: “Another non-profit organization doing wonderful things for the town of Medford is their very own Kitty Connection. Homeless, abandoned, abused, and unwanted dogs of the community are cared and loved for by the volunteers of this group. In their eyes, every animal, just like every human being, deserves a loving and safe home. Apart from their care services, KC also provides low cost spay/neuter programs and work to educate the public on the importance of being a responsible pet owner. Members of the community looking for the addition of a pet to their home should consider adopting one of their precious animals. Adopting one of these animals makes room for more neglected pets coming in!”¬†– Read¬†more here.

Boston Globe subscribers: please vote for Kitty Connection in the GlobeGrant program! Vote here!

Animal Friendly License PlateHelp the Massachusetts Animal Coalition support spay/neuter programs through its “I’m Animal Friendly” license plate grants! Go to www.petplate.org and order your tax-deductible Plate today.