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A Tribute to Cleo

By Heather Wildman | June 30, 2020

Cleo and her sister Chloe both arrived to the Sanctuary after their elderly owner could no longer care for them and needed to enter an assisted living facility. Despite being sisters and living together in the same home, they didn’t get along with each other in the same room at the Sanctuary and were given…

A Tribute to Cosmo

By Heather Wildman | April 1, 2020

Cosmo was living with a gentleman who unfortunately passed away. His family wasn’t able to keep him long term, but was able to provide him with a home until there was room at the Sanctuary.  At first glance, Cosmo was a big, black, beautiful boy with a powerful meow. He seemed to have this “bad…

A Tribute to Chloe

By Heather Wildman | February 26, 2020

Chloe and her sister Cleo originally lived with an elderly woman their entire lives until she was no longer able to care for them and needed to enter an assisted living facilities. With their best efforts, family members were unable to accommodate the two girls and they were surrendered to animal control. Within a few…

A Tribute to Henry

By Heather Wildman | February 26, 2020

Henry’s story begins when he was originally adopted from a rescue after a first-time dog owner took pity on Henry and wanted to take him home. She soon realized that her lifestyle was not accommodating for a dog and contacted Our Companions to help Henry find a home. After arriving to the Sanctuary, Henry was…

A Tribute to Clementine

By Heather Wildman | October 31, 2019

Clementine was brought to animal control early last year after his owner passed away. We don’t know much about his life in the home, but his story with us started when he came to the Sanctuary in May of 2018. He was estimated to be between 12-14 years old and had to get shaved prior…

A Tribute to Atlas

By Heather Wildman | October 10, 2019

For anyone that’s had the pleasure of meeting Atlas knows that he was truly an exceptional boy. From being found on the streets of Florida with some burn marks, he already proved to us then and there that he was a survivor. Atlas made his way to Connecticut and eventually became a part of the…