Helping animals takes money. Without our generous supporters,
we would never be able to help as many animals as we do!
Donations go to pay for veterinary care, including shots and spay &
neuter operations, and to purchase food, litter, and other supplies for our pets in foster care.
Remembering Foster and Forever Pet Rescue in your Will is a
wonderful way to express your love and concern for animals that pass
through our rescue’s doors and allows your hopes and dreams for
animals in need to continue beyond your lifetime.
Place your first order, any amount and they will send us $20.
Great prices, great products, We all win!
We are now an approved partner with Bissell!
When you shop on Bissell.com, Foster and Forever Pet Rescue
will earn a percentage of the proceeds from every purchase.
On the Check Out page, use a “Coupon or Promotion Code” of “ADOPT”,
then select our rescue in the drop down list!
Lost Pet U.S.A. in partnership with Bissell
Purchase a Pet Door as part of the ‘Flaps for Fido’ program
and you will receive a 10% discount off the list price
and the amount saved is donated to our rescue. Great for cats also.
All you have to do is enter ‘Foster and Forever Pet Rescue’
when adding an item to your cart
We are always in need of cat and kitten food, dog food and cat litter.
If you have food or supplies you would like to donate, please contact us at
email@example.com or give us a call at 203-490-6530
Check our Wish List on Amazon, we can always use supplies for our rescues
Purchase supplies from Cheshire Cat and Dog Too,
1320 Waterbury Road, Cheshire, CT and mention that
you are purchasing them for us
Donate a Kuranda Bed to our rescue. Cats love perches, platforms and shelves.
The Cat Beds are created to be used in smaller spaces, giving nervous cats a safe
space underneath the bed and a great vantage point from on top of the bed
Fresh Step is helping us in our effort to find every cat a
forever home. In an ongoing effort, they donate litter
and rewards to animal shelters and rescues like ours.
Want to get involved (and maybe get a little something for yourself, too)?
1. Visit www.freshstep.com and join the Paw Points® Rewards program:
Every code you enter adds to your rewards and automatically
means another contribution to cat shelters.
2. Use our unique code, and you’ll get 50 bonus pointsand we will too:
Just enter this code SHELTERBONUS1082 and we’ll both benefit.
It’s a win-win situation
We are always looking for volunteers to help out and/or foster.
Applications to foster and/or Volunteer can be found on our Applications Page.
You may also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to help.
Our Facebook Page. Be sure to “like” our page and share it with your friends.
Our Pet Finder Page. So you can keep informed of our adoptable animals.
Best Friends Pet care located at 227 Cheshire Road, Bethany, CT
Will give you one night FREE boarding, $20.00 off grooming, training or day camp session
PLUS donate $20.00 to Foster and Forever. Just be sure to Print out this coupon & bring it with you.
SEND US YOUR OLD, UNWANTED & BROKEN JEWELRY:
You can mail a your broken, unwanted & old jewelry to
Foster and Forever Pet Rescue
P.O. Box 284
Naugatuck, Connecticut 06770
We are participating in the Funding Factory recycling program.
Recycle your old ink /printer cartridges
Print off the picture and post it where you work! Get others to join in!
We earn a percentage on what you recycle. So save the environment
and help us afford to rescue more animals!!
You can contact us OR drop your recyclables off at our locations below
( Our collection boxes are labelled)
Pups in a Tub, 654 Wolcott Rd. , Wolcott, CT
Maslars Pawn Shop, 67 Bank St. , Waterbury, CT
Chase Bldg 236 Grand Street room 104, Waterbury, CT
Cheshire Cat & Dog Too 1320 Waterbury Road, Cheshire, CT
More drop off locations to come!
Thank you so much to all our partners and volunteers who help make our work possible!
Our rescue is run on a volunteer basis – applications, phones calls, etc., are reviewed when possible.
Contact us at 203-490-6530
After hours emergencies need to go to local animal control or closest emergency hospital.