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Sandy Hook charity doubles outreach to ‘honor the beautiful bond’ between seniors and their pets

NEWTOWN — A nonprofit founded to honor a slain Sandy Hook girl who loved animals has doubled its outreach to residences of seniors in Fairfield and Litchfield counties who will need assistance to treatment for their animals.

“Oftentimes since of a economical hardship that was not predicted, older older people come across themselves building choices between caring for them selves or their animals … a final decision that typically comes with a battle where they offer for their animals more than by themselves,” suggests Jennifer Hubbard, who begun the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation in memory of her daughter. “The Senior Paws Undertaking believes if there is a need to present typical veterinary treatment or foods or at instances non permanent shelter, it is our obligation to honor the gorgeous bond that a good deal of more mature grown ups have with their animals.”

The Senior Paws Undertaking Hubbard refers to has become 1 of the marquee systems for the nonprofit, increasing from a constituency of 11 cities at the conclusion of last calendar year to 24 towns these days, ranging from Greenwich to Torrington.