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Local burn victim, Lucy received medical care and found a new home! With Lucy as our inspiration the "We Love Lucy Fund" will be used to help other animals in need of medical attention. Please consider making a donation to the Lucy Fund . LEARN MORE & SUPPORT CLICK FOR LUCY UPDATE

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OPIN Celebrates New Office in Stamford!

This past Thursday night Outreach to Pets in Need (OPIN) celebrated the opening of it's first official office space.  The celebratory cake cutting took place at the new location at 1747 Summer Street in Stamford, Connecticut.  Many past and present volunteers, adopters, and well wishers stopped by see the new digs.  The office is pet friendly and is a convenient, neutral place for potential adopters to meet available pets.  

Ali, Jenny, & Alex celebrate OPIN's new office location.


Learn About "An Act of Dog"

"In order to rouse the conscience of our nation for animals, Artist Mark Barone, has created a stunning collection of 5500 portraits of shelter dogs, illustrating the approximate number destroyed in shelters, everyday."  - from the "About Us" page on http://anactofdog.org/

OPIN is proud to have been chosen as one he 100 rescue organziation that will share in proceeds from purchases from An Act of Dog.  Every product saves a shelter animal!  Take a moment to learn more about this incredible project and very moving artwork.


05/01/2015: Keep Up With The Challenge

Keep up with the latest news on Laurie's case, here's a story from StamfordAdvocacte.com: Former Stamford shelter manager challenges police case Published 10:53 pm, Friday, May 1, 2015, StamfordAdvocate.com


The case involving Stamford's former Animal Shelter Director Laurie Hollywood will go to trial after all

Thank you ItsRelevant.com and Samantha Mckelvie for following this story.


New Website Challenges Candidates on "No Kill" Policy

A recently launched website, "No-Kill-Stamford-CT.com" educates and informs visitors on the rapidly growing "no-kill" policy for homeless pets and challenges politicians to state where they stand on the issue.  Check it out here.

No Kill Stamford Connecticut - Where do you stand?