Help us keep "The Love" going.
Donate to our Spring 2021 fundraiser today
Our small but mighty Rescue wants to keep spreading the Love to pets in need! We survive 100% on donations... so please give today!
Saving lives is costly - your donation helps our animals:
continue to receive medical care.
be medically and physically cared for before their adoption.
Without your support, we can't help homeless, sick, or abused animals.*
Please give if your heart tells you to and forward this to friends and family!
How to donate
Venmo – @WhereTheLoveIs
Credit Card – Navigate to our Facebook page to donate using a credit card.
Check – Send to: Where The Love Is, Inc. Animal Rescue, 2514 Whitney Ave, P.O. Box 185093, Hamden, CT 06518
Suggested Donation levels
$1,000: 2 - 3 spay/neuters
$500: 2 - 4 sets of shots
$250: 1 vet visit
$100: Heartworm preventative
$50: Flea/Tick preventative
$25: Bag of dog food
$$ Other: Dental care/emergency surgeries/heartworm treatment/hospital care
* Each year, Where the Love is Animal Rescue spends between $70,000 and $90,000 on veterinary bills. In the past few months, we've had several very sick puppies and dogs, costing us over $15,000 in unexpected medical bills. Raising these funds allows us to keep saving lives for at least 3 - 6 months.
About Our Rescue
Where the Love Is, Inc. (WTLI) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit animal rescue organization founded in Hamden, CT in July 2013, and serves communities throughout Connecticut. We are dedicated to aiding in the prevention of abuse and cruelty to animals by promoting the adoption of abandoned and unwanted pets and providing those same pets with medical attention, including spaying and neutering. We rescue, foster and adopt out our dogs and cats to loving families. The pets we rescue are often neglected, abused, sick and starving. No animal is turned away, and we ensure all pets are fed, fully vetted and receive love and some training before they are adopted out.
Since July 2013, we have rescued and adopted out over 600 dogs and cats throughout Connecticut and beyond, most recently including animals from shelters in Texas and Georgia. Our small shelter is run 100% by volunteers and donations, which means we depend on you.