Flora's Pet Project
A 501(c)(3) Animal Welfare Charity


Flora's Pet Project, founded in 1999, rescues and rehomes abandoned, unwanted or ailing dogs and cats, and provides foster care, spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, disease-testing and all other necessary veterinary care for each one.   We have no source of income other than donations, but we are a volunteer organization with no overhead, so 100% of your tax-deductible gift directly benefits the pets, whether for routine veterinary care for a healthy young dog or cat, or life-saving surgery by our miracle-working friend, Dr. Eric Galster.    Our pets are locally-sourced, as well; every pet on our website was rescued, and is being fostered, in Connecticut.

   Flora, our inspiration
June 1996 - August 2009

Tax-deductible contributions to help homeless dogs and cats may be sent to: 

Flora's Pet Project
38 Fairview Avenue
Naugatuck, CT  06770

Click on the "Dogs" or "Cats" link at the top of this page to view photos and descriptions of our currently-available pets.

Please click on the "Application" link at the top of this page to fill out our online application .  We ask our adopters to consider a donation of $300 for a dog and $125 for a cat, but we may suggest higher donations for individual pets.  ALL of our pets are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and disease-tested prior to adoption.

E-mail us at flora@floraspetproject.org and you will receive a reply the same day.


Thank you for visiting our website, and for your interest in helping abandoned dogs and cats!  Visit Flora's Pet Project on Facebook to keep up with our latest arrivals and alumni news, and to share your own pet news and photos.  We'd love to hear from you!

If you're interested in adopting one of our cats or dogs, please complete our online application.  Feel free to e-mail us at flora@floraspetproject.org if you have any questions about the adoption process.