Join this community of people that believe that cats and dogs are just conversations waiting to happen! Get to know your neighbors, make new friends and give your cat or dog a job to do that makes them feel fulfilled!
Meet-up and pet events are just a few of the ways we will work to build social connections in our community.
Whether you need to know what resources are available or you need a direct connection with a volunteer to help with your pet (dog walking, taking the pet to a vet appointment, etc) then read below and let us know how we can help.
Sampson Fund for Veterinary Care Financial assistance
Website: Sampson Fund or 508-240-7387
Animal Rescue League Spay Waggin' affordable spay/neuter service:
MSPCA list of pet food pantries by region: http://www.mspca.org/programs/animal-protection-legislation/massachusetts-food-pantries.html
MASS Animal Coalition pet owner resource list: http://massanimalcoalition.org/resources/pet-owners/
What will happen to your pet if something happens to you? Having a plan in place in advance of something happening is critically important to ensure that your pet is cared for and loved if something were to ever change in your life temporarily or permanently.
Visit our DOCUMENTS section from the homepage to download information and materials.
Not everyone has that 'perfect someone' who will be able to care for their pet if something were to happen. The CCPC is developing a network of volunteers who may be a good match. If you need to make these connections or would like to be a volunteer, please contact CCPC at email@example.com or 508-360-0505.