We are dedicated to improving the lives of stray, abandoned, and feral cats
FeaturedSep14 Trivia Night
Join for a fun night of trivia and raffle baskets in support of GNHCP at East Rock Brewing Company!
Sep15 Tooth Be Told - Tommy Fund Fundraiser
GNHCP COVERS DENTAL CARE FOR TOMMY FUND CATS. YOU CAN HELP US OFFSET THOSE COSTS!
Oct16 Global Cat Day Fundraiser 2022
Save the date for the 2022 Global Cat Day fundraiser! This is an online fundraiser for GNHCP to raise funds for our TNR program. Come back soon for more information!
Nov5 Feral Feline Festival 2022
Save the date for our Annual Feral Feline Festival features both in person raffle baskets on 11/5 and 11/12 and online silent auction. More information to follow!
Nov29 Giving Tuesday 2022
This #GivingTuesday consider supporting the Greater New Haven Cat Project! Your donation will make an impact whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps!
Dec3 Fill the Forester
Fill the Forester for Ferals is a cat food drive hosted by Premier Subaru Branford to benefit the Greater New Haven Cat Project.
Bring your unopened dry or canned cat food to Premier Subaru to help fill the Forester! This food will help volunteers caring for feral cat colonies feed the cats they care for through the winter.
Our Spring 2022 Newsletter is here!
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Ways to Support GNHCP
SINCE 1996, GNHCP HAS BEEN ABLE TO PROVIDE SPAY/NEUTER AND VETERINARY ASSISTANCE TO MORE THAN 10,828 FERAL AND STRAY CATS IN THE GREATER NEW HAVEN AREA.
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GNHCP has been chosen as the best Animal Rescue Service in the 2018 Best of New Haven Awards! We have also received the 2021 GuideStar Silver Seal of Transparency
GNHCP Vegetarian Menu Policy
GNHCP is an Animal Place's Food for Thought Program policy leader. We are dedicated to improving the lives of stray, abandoned, and feral cats. Since we love and respect all animals, we serve exclusively vegetarian food at all our sponsored events and fundraisers.
Learn more about Animal Place's Food for Thought Program here.
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