Is your pet ill? Are you dealing with financial hardship and struggling to care for your pet? The Connecticut Humane Society offers reduced-fee veterinary care at the Fox Memorial Clinic and a free Pet Food Pantry to pet owners in need.
If you need additional assistance, or resources that are in a different part of the state, check out other programs below. CHS is not affiliated with these organizations. You will need to contact them directly to find out if you qualify for services.
IMOM (In Memory of Magic)
Provides financial assistance for non-routine and emergency veterinary care. Grants are awarded to people who need funding to spay or neuter their pets.
Provides veterinary assistance for those who are in financial hardship or victims of domestic abuse. Grants are awarded based on need, qualifications, and urgency.
A pet food pantry in Canton, CT, that offers pet food at no charge and is open on Mondays and Tuesdays. Call for more information.
Pets of the Homeless
Provides connections to free supplies, food, and clinic services in the area to care for pet companions of the homeless.
The Pet Fund
Provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need veterinary care and cannot afford expensive surgeries or medical treatments.
Visit this link for a listing of low-fee spay/neuter clinics and programs in CT.