Our Featured Middlebury, CT Partner:
Animals for Life, Inc.
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
2 Service Road
Middlebury, CT 06762
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Animals for Life is located in New Haven county Connecticut. We work with animal control officers all over Connecticut to assist animals in need. We also accept owner surrenders from all towns and cities in Connecticut, if the animal meets our requirements. We are Connecticut people helping Connecticut animals. If you are from out of state and want to adopt one of our animals, please send an e-mail explaining why our animal stands out above one in your home state. Please remember there are thousands of animals sitting in animal shelters all across our country. Before you decide to adopt an animal from another state, take a look at your local shelter or municipal animal control facility. We can almost guarantee the perfect four-legged friend is sitting there now waiting for you to rescue them!
About Our Shelter:Since 1996, Animals for Life has rescued and rehomed more than 3,800 dogs & cats.
Working relationships have been established with other shelters and humane organizations throughout Connecticut.
All animals receive behavior evaluation and are fully vetted and spayed/neutered prior to adoption.
Our mission includes working with families who can no longer care for their animals due to major life changes including divorce, illness, lost jobs, or the loss of a loved one.
AFL maintains a telephone Help Line to address animal related issues in our service area.
In 2005, an AFL website was launched which helps us to distribute information about animals in need, upcoming events and general program information. Visitors can move seamlessly between our website and our list of available animals.
Humane education is an important component of our programs. We offer schools, youth groups and scouting troops educational information on animal care.
Come Meet our Pets:Please check out our events page on our website for events near you.
You can also fin us on facebook by searching Animals for Life.
Our shelter is not open to the public, if you cannot make it to an event please call or e-mail us to set up an appointment with our canine or feline coordinator.
Our Adoption Process:Our adoption process starts with an adoption application. In addition to the general lifestyle questions, you will be asked to provide a veterinary reference. The canine or feline coordinator will review your application. If your application is accepted, the feline or canine coordinator will contact you with any additional questions and set up an appointment for a home visit.
If you are adopting a dog, you will be required to complete a 3-day trial adoption before signing the final adoption contract.
Our adoption fees are $300.00 for all dogs, $125.00 for adult cats and $150 for kittens.
The adoption fees help to cover the cost of routine veterinary care and spay or neutering.
All our animals are up to date on age appropriate vaccines and are spayed or neutered prior to adoption.
If you adopt a puppy or kitten that is intact, our canine or feline coordinator will explain the Alter to Adopt program.