The mission of Tail to Paw Animal Support is to ensure that no companion animal goes without food, supplies or medical needs or is abandoned on the streets or at a shelter due to their owner’s poverty level or housing status.
Support through education, resources and referrals so that no animal is left behind and no human is left alone.
Five years ago, Smudge wandered out of his home and was lost for a week from his owner. During that time, a group of kids set an oil fire and threw Smudge into it, causing permanent damage to his back paws and singing his fur from his head to his tail.
He underwent months of treatment and TLC at his home with his owner who was aided by the CEO/Founder of Tail To Paw. Upon his owners death, Smudge became a Forever Cat with Tail To Paw with a promise to continue his care and love.
Smudge needs daily medication, quarterly injections, special diet food for his colon disease and proper grooming and care of his back paws.
He is the reason we became Tail To Paw Animal Support.
Tail to Paw Animal Support is a registered 501(c)(3).
Any donations made to our charity are tax deductible and will be used to ensure the care for any cats and kittens currently with us and supplies and funding for all our current programs.
Tail to Paw Animal Support is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3). We serve the Greater New Haven Community, Shoreline and Lower Naurgatuck Valley of Connecticut. It is volunteer run and will remain so with 100% of proceeds going to the mission of the charity.
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We occasionally get the call to foster kittens that have been found separated from their mothers.
We do this and have them neutered/spayed with their first vaccinations, de-worming, microchip and rabies. They are available for adoption at 12 weeks of age. Adoption fees cover Spay/Neuter, Rabies, Microchip and FelV/FIV testing.