Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary
We have great news to share: The Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary has a home! In May, the Connecticut House and Senate voted to have 34 acres of state-owned land transferred directly to the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation to be used specifically for an animal sanctuary, wildlife preserve, or other nature preservation purpose. Governor Malloy signed the bill into law June 9, 2014.
The land consists of pristine pastures, meadows and woodlands, which is the ideal combination for our Sanctuary. It is located in the heart of Newtown, tucked behind Reed Intermediate School yet minutes from I-84 for easy access for visitors. It is our belief that this Sanctuary will be a place of transformation...a place where suffering ends and healing begins - a place where peace and respect will radiate far and wide. We think Catherine will think it is the most beautiful place on earth.
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Lost & Found
Recovering your cat or dog depends on what you do as soon as you've found out that your companion is missing and what you are prepared to do next. The Missing Pet Partnership and Cats in the Bag website offer very helpful information on how to find a lost companion animals. If you're in Newtown, send us a picture of your missing companion animal including where/when he was last seen and we'll post it to our Facebook page.