Greenwich Animal Control

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Simon the Siamese Cat Gets Another Life in Greenwich

“This cat was in really rough shape, and we didn’t have a known owner,” said ACO Suzanne Carlin describing Simon a Seal Point Siamese cat. With surgery complete, Simon is expected to live a full healthy life and will be available for adoption after he finishes recovering. Continue Reading →

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Animal Control Tree at Greenwich Police HQ Features Dogs, Cats…and a Goat, Ferret and Rooster

A tree decorated with ornaments featuring animals available for adoption as well as animals who have found homes is prominent in the lobby of Greenwich Police Dept HQ on Bruce Place. Consider adopting one of these dogs and cats. Make an appointment with Animal Control to meet available pets. Continue Reading →

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Four Members of O’Connor Family Share a Shift on Greenwich Police Force

“I tried to help a lot of people. Put the bad guys in jail. Help the people when we can help. Be fair. I always treated people the way I wanted to be treated.” – Mike O’Connor Sr, Greenwich Police Dept Continue Reading →

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Expert Panel: “Living with Coyotes” Set for Feb 3 at Tod’s Point Innis Arden Cottage

Greenwich Conservation Commission and Greenwich Animal Control are hosting a talk on Living with Coyotes on Sunday, February 3, 2019 at 2:00 pm at the Floren Family Environmental Center at Innis Arden Cottage at Tod’s Point. The panel of experts includes Allyson Halm from New Canaan Animal Control and Chris Vann from CT DEEP. They will discuss the nature of coyotes and practical tips for homeowners and pet owners. The Commission will also distribute homeowner tool kits for living with coyotes. Free admission. Continue Reading →

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