Kitty Connection begins what they hope is one of many Outreach Events at the Meadow Glen Mall in Medford. If you need low cost medical assistance, have strays in your area that you are feeding, would like to adopt a pet or need pet assistance of any kind, you can visit Kitty Connect Volunteers who will be there from 10 am to 2 pm. You can bring food and Feline Pine litter donations. Monetary donations appreciated.
Postage stamps and envelopes N# 9 and N# 10 urgently needed! Please donate them to Kitty Connection. They can be left in our mailbox at KC if anyone wants to drop any off. You can also mail them to us at Kitty Connection. Address information will be updated shortly. Thank you!
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 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.
Please check out some of our overlooked cats and dogs who are still waiting to find a loving home
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Our latest Cat and Dog wish list items include fans for the cat area, wet canned cat food, Feline Pine Pellet Litter and Yesterday news for kittens.
Thank you to the Massachusetts Animal Coalition for granting Kitty Connection funds for our Trap/Neuter/Return Program through its “I’m Animal Friendly” License Plate Grants! You don’t need to go to the RMV for one of these great plates… just go to www.petplate.org and order your tax-deductible Plate today.
Kitty Connection is dedicated to rescuing homeless, abandoned, abused or unwanted cats and dogs. All the pets in our organization are fostered by volunteers until loving homes are found. We also provide low-cost spay/neuter programs and work to educate the public on the importance of being a responsible pet owner. Kitty Connection is an all-volunteer organization and runs solely on donations. Kitty Connection is an IRS-certified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes.