Please click on the above link (PETFINDER) for current available pets from the Windsor Animal Care and Control, and how to contact the Town of Windsor Animal Control Officer, Brian Davis. Also, there is a link above that will provide you with an application!
Like to shop? Use Amazon? Well….here’s an easy way to help FOWACC!
NEW!! You can support FOWACC while shopping on Amazon… we now are listed on AMAZON SMILE!
(click the link below for more information)
What is AmazonSmile?
AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when customers shop on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organizations selected by customers.
This coming December will be our annual holiday food drive. This drive is needed so that we can get as much food donated to help local families in need get through this coming winter. Donations, both food and monetary, help people in need KEEP their pets in their homes and out of the shelters. Thank you for your generosity.
This year our food drive will be held at Stop and Shop, Kennedy Rd. Windsor
December 19th, 2015
Click on the “events” section on the top for a map.
Thank you to everyone who came out today to support the Friends of Windsor Animal Care and Control. A special thank you to Bart’s Drive-In & The Beanery Bistro for hosting and The Windsor Police Department and Volunteer Fire Department, Sonar from The Hartford Wolfpack and all the vendors that came out. It was a wonderful day!
A sample of some of the day’s photos:
Our 4th Anniversary Fundraiser was a success! Thank you Stop and Shop, Kennedy Rd., Bodacious Biscuits, Old Tyme Country Candles, as well as everyone who stopped by (and donated) to our Raffles.
Here is a great article from the Courant regarding Mayor Trinks stepping up to head the Committee to get this pound done!
“WINDSOR — As the owner of Bart’s Drive In, Donald Trinks has been serving the edible kind of dogs for years, but now he’s stepping up to try to help the pet-able kind as well.
Trinks, who is also the town’s mayor, has volunteered to lead a committee that will focus on getting a new dog pound built in town for much less than the $1 million price tag that has been quoted by contractors who bid on the job.”
Thank you to Mike Krafcik from FOX NEWS CT 61 for coming out to Windsor this morning and doing an interview with FOWACC.
Click below to see our own ACO Davis in this promotional video: