East Providence Animal Control Pet of the Week: Connor


EAST PROVIDENCE — Connor is a beautiful brown tiger stripe available for adoption at East Providence Animal Control Center.

Connor was found by animal control after he was hit by a car. Connor had suffered a broken leg and was treated immediately. Now Connor is doing well and ready to find his forever home. He has since been neutered and vaccinated. Connor is approximately 1-2 years old. This kitty is super affectionate and lovable. Connor is perfect if you are looking for a new addition to the family, or if you are just interested in finding a companion.

You may visit Connor at our facility located at 62 Commercial Way. East Providence Animal Control Center is open everyday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. We also have other animals available for adoption listed on Facebook or Petfinder.com.

If you have any questions about adoption or need to speak with an Animal Control Officer regarding other issues, you may contact the staff at (401) 435-7675.


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Connor has been adopted and is LOVED VERY VERY much!!!! Connor's leg may never be back to what it was before the accident, but he is in a perfect home to help him along as he needs.

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