Caring for Neglected Pets at The Animal Haven

Caring for Neglected Pets at The Animal Haven

The Animal Haven in North Haven recently opened its new cat wing with grant support from the Lillian and Henry Konopacke Fund at The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven. The wing is part of a larger renovation that brings the shelter up to best practice standards for housing, socialization, training and enrichment of its animals. Improving the psychological and physical comfort of the animals is key to increasing chances for adoption.

Animal Haven is a “no kill” shelter that provides care and temporary homes to more than 400 abandoned and neglected cat and dogs every year. #InspirationMonday

Did You Know?

The number of pets far exceeds the number of pet-owning households. In Greater New Haven The number of pet owning households in Greater New Haven is estimated to be 90,053 for dogs and 75,003 for cats, but the estimated number of pets is estimated to be 144,084 for dogs and 157,407 for cats Source: American Veterinary Medical Association.

This story is part of the Inspiration Monday story series produced by The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven.   

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