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SPCA of Connecticut


A No-Kill Animal Shelter Located in Monroe, Connecticut

SPCA of Connecticut, Inc. is a no-kill animal shelter located in Monroe.   We are committed to rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming homeless dogs and cats.

Susan Fernandez, Director.
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Monday - Friday: Call for an Appointment

Saturday - Sunday: Open 12pm - 3pm

Phone: (203) 445-9978
A No-Kill Humane Organization
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Choochi
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Mama Red
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Life Saving Surgery


Your donation means life-saving treatment for a variety of ailments faced by our dogs and cats.  Corrective surgery for pets with injuries, and medication for sick pets means the difference between life and death for these precious animals.

Donations are 100% tax deductible
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359 SPRING HILL RD - Monroe, CT 06468-2100 - (203) 445-9978
Choochi is an owner surrendered 7 year old Chow Chow who unfortunately tested positive for Heartworm, Lyme disease, and Anaplasmosis. He is right in the middle of this heartworm treatment which has ...

                                                    
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Mama Red was one of 80 dogs living in a hoarder’s house. She was the oldest dog there, and had a growth between her toes that required very delicate surgery. She fully recovered and was learning the basics ...

                                                     
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Mookie
Mookie was dumped at the Bridgeport Animal Shelter with a severe leg injury.

She was lying in the cage with a dirty old bandage, falling off of her hind leg.

                                                     
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Kelvin
We received an urgent email from New York City that Kelvin had to leave the shelter immediately because of a broken leg or he was going to be euthanized. We convinced them to stabilize him until our vet arrived...

                                                    
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Molly
Molly was a 6 month old Pitbull. A good Samaritan took her from a person trying to sell her on the street for 50 dollars. The little puppy was in poor shape; dirty, her whole body covered in open wounds...

                                                     
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Auddie
Auddie is a 1 year old English Setter that was hit by a car and brought to a Veterinarian by her owner. When the owner was told that it would cost between $1,600 and $4,000 to reconstruct or amputate her leg,

                                                     
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Corporate (In-Kind) Donations

Corporate/Business (“In-Kind”) inventory donations help the SPCA's lifesaving mission. We are able to accept all kinds of closeouts and excess inventory which is converted to trade credit. The trade credit is used to pay for shelter expenses and Veterinary care.  The SPCA is a qualified 501-c-3 non-profit organization and can provide necessary tax deduction documentation. Call 203-445-9978 to discuss.
Calendar of Events

The SPCA of Connecticut has many events in the community. 

Check back often as we will post them in our Events Calendar page.


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Luigi
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Melody
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Harley
Luigi is a 15 year old Chihuahua. This old man was surrendered by his owner to the Bridgeport Animal Shelter. Due to this poor little guys age he was not doing well in the shelter, so the SPCA of CT took him...

                                                    
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Melody is a 10 year old cocker spaniel found wandering on the streets of Hartford. She was blind in one eye with severe glaucoma and to make it even worse she was riddled with mammary tumors.

                                                     
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Harley is an 8 year old Dachshund that was owner surrendered by his owner to the Bridgeport Animal Shelter. This little dog was discovered by the SPCA while doing a walk through.

                                                     
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