Kitty harbor, inc.

2263 glasgo road
Griswold, CT 06351

User Reviews (4)

  • 1. A cat haven

    by: Mickey6779

    I work as a therapist and one of my clients became involved as a volunteer for Kitty Harbor during the summer months. She loves cats and found this place to be so healing. For anyone who loves cats, this is the place to be!


    cats are happy and safe


    hard to choose one to take home

  • 2. Saving the cats

    by: lambrhondal

    I like the name of your org. for it states what you are about - a harbor of safety for the cats. I like the work that you are doing there. Keep up the good work.


    Working for the cats



  • 3. Kitty Harbor is a safe and loving harbor for cats

    by: magcouch

    I had the wonderful fortune of visiting Kitty Harbor and was inspired by what I saw. It is an amazing place. The wonderful couple who runs Kitty Harbor takes in cats who would otherwise be fending for themselves in the dangerous world. This lovely home is so clean and cozy, and all the cats are so happy! The cats have lots of wonderful perches to climb onto, and a great outdoor refuge that's all fenced in, and wonderful water-bubbler drinking fountains and litter boxes hidden away under benches and toys and sunlight and comfy beds. Each and every one of them is completely LOVED. Kitty Harbor is a miracle, and a labor of love, and knowing that it exists gives me hope in the goodness of humankind.


    Loving, safe, comfy, magnificent haven for cats


    There should be a Kitty Harbor in every community!

  • 4. A cat shelter called Kitty Harbor Inc.

    by: baybearybob

    I have to be honest, I am part of Kitty Harbor. I am having trouble editing our site so I thought this would be one way of telling a little about Kitty Harbor. We were established in August of 2005. We are a non profit 501 (c)3, no kill shelter for unwanted and abandoned felines. You can find out more about Kitty Harbor at it's web site:


    Open cat court instead of cages, seperate hospital room, extensive foster family network.


    Small capacity, less than 50 cats in sanctuary and another 50 in foster homes.