The Mission of the Little Guild is to shelter and care for homeless cats and dogs, to find them loving new families, and to support their transition into homes through education and enrichment for both animals and adopters. They also serve the broader community through such programs as reduced-cost spay/neuter and vaccination clinics, a free pet food pantry, and pet-related education events.
The Little Guild, is the only limited admission shelter in northwest Connecticut, was founded in 1960 by Muriel Alvord Ward and Eleanora Kleinschmidt. The current 3,000-square-foot facility accommodates 16 dogs and 25 cats comfortably at any time.
Buttons came to us as a stray, and she took quite a while to come out of her shell as she seemed to be semi-feral at the least. Luckily we have some very dedicated volunteers who have spent countless hours with her, reading to her, ignoring her, showing her that people are not a “bad thing”. She still has a way to go, and will likely always be a “cat’s kind of cat”. Buttons is unlikely to ever be a snuggly lap cat, we feel that she will do well in a quiet home where she will be allowed to just cat. A person or persons who can appreciate the aloofness of a beautiful cat will be a purrrfffecccttt fit for beautiful Buttons.
APPROXIMATE WEIGHT: 9 – POUNDS
ESTIMATED DOB: 01/09/17
GOOD WITH DOGS: UNKNOWN
GOOD WITH CATS: SEEMS OK WITH THE CATS SHE’S ROOMING WITH
GOOD WITH KIDS: NO CHILDREN
ACTIVITY LEVEL: MODERATELY ACTIVE
LIKES TO VOCALIZE: SOME