Police Investigating After 18 Cats Found In Vacant ApartmentPolice are investigating after 18 cats were removed from a vacant apartment in Hamden.
Activists Offer Solutions To Sub Base's Cat ProblemLocal animal organizations are advocating for what they call a humane solution to feral cats roaming the submarine base in Groton.
Feral Cats Continue To Roam Naval Submarine Base In GrotonFeral cats continue to stalk the Naval Submarine Base, in Groton, and officials say anyone caught feeding the felines will face disciplinary action.
Woman Charged After 59 Cats Seized From HomeA Connecticut woman is facing charges after police say they seized more than 50 cats living in "deplorable" conditions from her home last month.
Police: 60 Cats, 2 Dogs Removed From Connecticut Home
Ask An Connecticut Expert: How To Keep Your Pet Cool This SummerWith summer comes higher temperatures which creates safety risks for pets. Without a vocabulary, animals rely on other cues to tell you how they are feeling. They also rely on their owners to keep them cool. For instance, if you see your dog digging in the ground it could be a sign they are searching for cooler dirt under the surface. Following these five tips from Connecticut's own mobile pet grooming company, pet owners can worry less about their pet's safety.
Woman Denied In Bid To Reclaim Pets
Watch Taylor Swift Get Cute in Her 'For Your ACM Consideration' VideoTaylor Swift and an adorable kitty. It's enough to make the internet explode.
Scientist: Your Cat Thinks You Are A Big Stupid CatExpert says cats see their owners as giant versions of themselves.
Hearing Planned On Sale Of Cats And Dogs In StateA task force established by the legislature to study the sale of cats and dogs in Connecticut has scheduled its second and final public hearing.
Top Breeders In ConnecticutThese Connecticut breeders adhere to the highest ethical standards and take pride in producing litters of superior abilities, behavior and physical attributes.
Road Trippin’ with your Favorite Allies: Your PetsIt’s that time of year again – the holidays – when you have to hit the road and visit all the relatives you haven’t seen since the required Christmas visit last year. Only now, you have a new dog or cat. So what do you do? Well, bring them along of course! It’s one of the greatest parts of hitting the road. You brink the most important members of your family: your pets.