Welcome!

 

THINKING ABOUT FOSTERING AND/OR VOLUNTEERING WITH DOGS? We are now accepting applications for Dog Positions. Interested parties should come to our Dog Training Session on Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014 at 11 am. This event will be held at the State Trooper Station at Wellington Circle in Medford (abuts MacDonald Park)
Training provided by Nelson from The Happy K-9 with KC’s dogs.

THINKING OF ADOPTING? Visit our Meet and Greet Dog Event at the location above. See the dogs while being trained and speak to Nelson, the dog trainer. It is a great way to see if a dog is the right fit for your family.

URGENT – DOGS IN DESPERATE NEED OF FOSTER OR ADOPTIVE HOMES
Buddha, CaliReno, Sparkle, Militia and Nana were abandoned and are now living outside on a farm.  Help us save these dogs. Adopt a KC dog and open space for more dogs to come to KC!
Looking to volunteer? We need help with transporting animals as well as cat and dog foster homes (expecially short-term emergency cat fosters). All potential volunteers must submit a volunteer application (Word) (PDF). In addition, potential fosters must fill out a cat foster application (PDF), and/or dog foster application (Word) (PDF) and dog waiver (PDF).
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 Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society (MRFRS) for granting Kitty Connection funds that allowed us to to trap, neuter, and return outside roaming cats in the cities of Medford and Everett and provide low-cost spay/neuter for owned cats to income-eligible Medford and Everett residents. In three months, 2200+ cats were spayed/neutered by the groups (including Kitty Connection) who received this grant. For more details and to find out how you can help and be helped, please visit the following links:

license plateThank 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.