Town of Berlin, CT - Incorporated 1785

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Jan Lund,
Animal Control Officer
Animal Control Shelter (more)
600 Christian Ln
Berlin, CT 06037
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    (860) 828-5284
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Adoption Information

You can find all of our animals on Petfinder.com

We show animals by appointment only. Please call 860-828-5287.

Our Adoption Process:

To speed up the adoption process, you can now use our website to file online for a pet! Serious inquiries only. We check vet references before adopting out all of our animals:

Most of our cats and kittens are in foster homes. We are able to meet anytime. We also hold adoption events at the PETSMART in Plainville, which is located at 278 New Britain Avenue.

Prospective individuals or families must meet requirements set by our group. There is a contract to sign. There is a fee for animals that are in our foster care program. Cats over six months of age come spayed or neutered. Sometimes a cat at the shelter might not be spayed or neutered because of availability at our low cost clinic. In that case, the cat will go through the State voucher program instead. Our adoption counselor will let you know if this applies. Our kittens are tested, vaccinated and de-wormed. You are required to spay/ neuter by six months of age. Your can do this through your own vet or through our low cost clinic. Thank you!

The Town of Berlin Animal Control Shelter is lucky to have a NO KILL, non-profit rescue group dedicated to helping the municipal shelter called, "The Friends of Berlin Animal Control" (FOBAC). They spay/neuter the animals at the shelter, provide medical assistance, publicity, foster homes, adoption events in order to give animals at the municipal shelter the same opportunity as animals in private shelters. They fund the Central CT Cat Project; a low cost spay/neuter program primarily for feral cats and rescuers but open to everyone. They also started the Pet Food Pantry to help people keep their pets in economic hardship. They are currently in need of sponsors for the Pet Food Pantry and foster homes. Thank you!