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The Queenie Foundation, Inc.

Manchester, CT 06040

Contact Enid Breakstone
Email queeniefound@hotmail.com
Phone (860) 649-4488
cats at The Queenie Foundation, Inc.

Areas The Queenie Foundation, Inc. serves

Greater Hartford, CT
eastern CT

The Queenie Foundation, Inc.'s adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

We place our cats in Connecticut, only. Contact us at 860 649 4488 or queniefound@hotmail.com to make an appointment to meet them.

2.

Submit Application

Request an application by email at queeniefound@hotmail.com and return the completed document within 48 hours.
Adoption fee: $180

3.

Home Check

We call all the animal hospitals that you've used in the last three years for a reference and then do a home visit via video chat.

4.

Approve Application

If your application is approved, we email the adoption contract; you sign and return it. We email the cat's medical documents to you.

5.

Take the Pet Home

We meet at the Manchester PetSmart. You pay the adoption fee, $250, in cash and receive a coupon booklet from PetSmart.

Additional adoption info

The Queenie Foundation runs a cat rescue/adoption program in the greater Hartford, CT area. We believe that one way to stop overpopulation is to place animals only after they've been sterilized. Our fosters are fully vetted before they’re ready to go home. All you add is love!

Occasionally, The Queenie Foundation posts animals who are available for adoption through other organizations or individuals, as a courtesy. If you have found an animal in whom you are interested who is not a Queenie Foundation cat, we invite you to contact the group or person whose information appears in the body of the profile. They can tell you all you need to know about the animal.

Requirements for adopting a cat: You must be a Connecticut resident and be at least 25 years old. You will fill out a Companion Animal Guardian History, provide the name and phone number of all the animal hospitals you've used in the last three years for a reference plus agree to a home visit via video chat. If you are approved, you sign an adoption contract and we email the cat's medical records to you. The adoption fee is $250 per cat (to be paid in cash) which includes, but is not limited to, spay or neuter, vaccinations, worming, and microchip.

About The Queenie Foundation, Inc.

We are an all-volunteer humane education and rescue/adoption non profit organization.

Our campaigns:
Spay/Neuter education
Cat rescue/adoption
Promoting a Vegan/Cruelty-free lifestyle
Compassion for Animals: focused at children and adolescents to interrupt the animal abuse/child abuse/adult violent behavior link.

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