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Connecticut Cat Connection
Adoption process

Submit Application


Approve Application


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

Facts about me

Domestic Mediumhair
4 years 3 months old, Adult
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Four year old female dilute calico. Very sweet and friendly.This cat is waiting for it's Forever Home!

Email with a question or better yet, complete an application for quicker consideration. (Application:

Appointments are made after applications are submitted and approved.

Please do not call; email is the best way to reach the shelter.

Please understand that the cat's behavior in the shelter is usually not what it will be like in your home; if the cat is nervous, anxious, or aggressive at the time please know that a shelter is a very stressful place for a cat.

Kitten Policy: It is important to understand that socialization of kittens with other animals as playmates is important for their development. Therefore, CCC has a policy that kittens ​and teenagers up to 12 months of age, are adopted in pairs unless there is another animal in the household as a playmate and companion.

Due to demand, we are unable to place cats or kittens on hold.

Your appointment is to meet any cat or kitten available for adoption at the time of visit.


Connecticut Cat Connection

Contact info
Pet ID
Windsor, CT 06095

Their adoption process


Submit Application

Find the application our website at


Approve Application

An adoption coordinator will contact you.


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

An appointment will be scheduled by the adoption coordinator.

Additional adoption info

During your scheduled appointment, you will have dedicated time with an adoption counselor who will assist you with selecting a cat for you and your home.

Go meet their pets

Adoptions are by appointment only with an approved adoption application submitted in advance. An application and other information can be found on our website at Due to limited space in our facility and limited volunteers to meet with the public, we cannot accommodate visitors.

More about this shelter

We are a non­profit organization dedicated to the welfare of animals with a 'No-Kill' policy. Our efforts are focused primarily on finding loving homes for the many cats that are strays, abused, abandoned, surrendered or impounded. All animals are given medical attention, spay/neutered and vaccinated before placement. We are a small shelter comprised of 100% volunteers dedicated to helping homeless cats find their forever families.