Exotic Animal/Alternative Pet

Shelter, Rescue and/or Adoption Groups

Amy O'Toole- [email protected]
AUJ Exotic Animal Rescue/Sanctuary and Nature Center (Farm Park)
27 North Rd.
Cromwell, CT 06416
(860) 635-3924
Contact: Amy O'Toole/Director
Dr. Larry Brooks
Powder Ridge Vet. Hosp.
375 Rte. 147
Middlefield, CT 06455
(860) 349-9107
Total # animals in Sanctuary 98
Adoptable 2 at the moment
Sick or injured 0
Being Fostered 25
Last Update: 2-2-99
Permanent Residents 96
Being Rehabilitated 1
Non-releaseable Wildlife 19
Needing Surgery 0
Being Sponsored 25
Vet Bills 0

Common and Exotic Mammals, RVS(Raccoons/Fox/Skunk) and Raptors/Birds of prey
USDA, State and Federally Licensed
Wish list: Volunteers to help feed, clean and care for the animals of the Sanctuary and the Injured and orphaned wildlife that are brought in...Approx. 276 a year. FEED of all kinds....beefheart, rodents for birds of prey, romaine,greenleaf lettuce for Wallabies and reptiles, Peanuts for Parrots and Monkeys...dry Dog and Cat foods for Coatimundi, Emu, Rhea plus many
other species.

Joanne (Moxie) Gelormino - [email protected]
Ferret Association of CT, Inc.
14-16 Sherbrooke Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 247-1275
Contact: Ann or Vanessa Gruden
Dr. Wil Barrios
East Hartford Animal Clinic
440 Main Street
East Hartford, CT 06118
(860) 568-2693
Total ferrets in shelter: 22
Adoptable ferrets: 12
Sick or injured: 2
Recent deaths: 2
Being fostered: 33
Permanent residents: 2
Being rehabilitated: 3
Needing surgery: 4
Being fostered: 33
Updated from FML: 3-23-99
Wish List: Flannel baby receiving blankets; Sustacal/Ensure coupons