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Hi I’m Jaycee! You can see in my picture that I am licking my lips - that’s because I’m the hunter of my group of siblings and cousins. But don’t worry - I’m not even remotely ferocious - just playful, eager and the leader of the pack! I was rescued, cold and hungry, from a feral cat colony behind a restaurant in New Haven, but since then, with just a little TLC, I have shown how awesome I am. What I am hunting for now - the only thing I’m hunting for - is a forever family, so please come to meet me soon!
Hi I’m Kimber! Rearing and ready to go - at all times! I was rescued with my siblings from a bad section of New Haven, cold and nearly starved to death. But, with a little TLC from GNCHP (and a few good meals, of course) I am thriving - I am playful, friendly, sweet and more. I am just 14 weeks old, so I am fully ready to find a family to grow up with. I’m hoping that they will be rearing and ready to go, too, when it comes to playing and laughing at my kitten antics!

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About Us

The Greater New Haven Cat Project, Inc. (GNHCP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit volunteer staffed organization dedicated to improving the lives of stray, abandoned, and feral cats in the Greater New Haven area of Connecticut.

To accomplish this goal, our volunteers are active in the following areas:

  • Trap/neuter/return of feral cats
  • Hosting craft workshops for children
  • Responding to telephone calls
  • Caring for our foster cats
  • Promoting responsible pet ownership
  • Writing grants to fund our spay/neuter program
  • Providing information, resources, and education

Cat of the Month

Cat of the Month

Meet our cat of the month: Shelly

 Upcoming Events

 

alex and ani

Charmed by Charity™ event

In recognition of Adopt-a-Shelter-Pet month, The Greater New Haven Cat Project, Inc. has teamed up with Alex and Ani and their Charity by Design division to host an in-store Charmed by Charity™ Event.
The event will be held in the Alex and Ani retail location at 284 York St. in New Haven on October 6, 2014 from 5-7pm.
15% of proceeds from the event will be donated to fund our spay/neuter programs for feral and tame cats.
Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served and there will be a drop-off point for unopened cat food to help feed feral colonies.

Feral Feline Festival

Saturday, November 8th from 7pm -12am

Italian American Club
40 Hamre Lane, Branford, CT

Join us to...
Dance to the music of Angelo Vessichio & Sound Allternative
Enjoy hors d'oeuvres amd drinks
Win door prizes
Take a chance and win our famous raffle baskets
Relax in the company of friends and family, all to benefit our feline friends
$25 donation per person
All proceeds benefit our spayneuter program for feral cats.


"Coming Soon"

Our next great event will be posted here!
Stay Tuned

have you seen me?

LOST CAT in Hamden/North Haven border near Quinnipiac University and Sleeping Giant

Toby the very friendly male cat disappeared from Hogan Rd on the Hamden/North Haven border near Quinnipiac University and Sleeping Giant on Saturday 6/14. He is also quite distinctive looking as he is silver with dark gray spots. If you see him please contact call Jeff at 203-415-1139


LOST CAT in Northford, CT - Please contact Larry Page at: larry.b.page@gmail.com

Our cat Otis recently went missing. He is a gray tiger cat with a stubby tail of about 4 inches, which he lost in a fight years ago.


Please contact: Marilyn Maurer 203-245-9544 or at: maurermk@aol.com Madison, CT

Skipper is a white Ragdoll male with gray markings crooked tail by birth, 3 or 4 yrs old blue eyes.



caring for outdoor cats


Click here for how to make a shelter
Click here for how to make a feeding station
Click here for feeding instructions

Cat Festival Click here to see our generous donors



mailing address

Send a letter or check to:
P.O. Box 1432 New Haven, Connecticut 06506
Telephone: (203) 782-CATS (782-2287)
email: gnhcp1@gnhcp.org




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Other ways to donate to GNHCP

Helping Hands

Visit Helping Hands Community Thrift Store & Furniture Bank and donate c/o The Greater New Haven Cat Project, Inc.

Visit Helping Hands CTFB's website



Please consider donating your old car to v-Dac, c/o GNHCP in order for us to get a portion of the proceeds.

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