SPONSORS

We are very appreciative of the support of all our sponsors and vendors who make this event possible!

Platinum Level Sponsors $1,000.00

Premier Subaru/KIA
Branford Veterinary Hospital
Susan Barnes
WordWorks LLC
Lakes Vet Services

Platinum Level In-Kind Sponsors
c2c Graphics (donation of graphic design services)
WPLR (radio station’s tent hosted by a WPLR personality)
Autografix (donating the creation and printing of our publicity banners)
DC Hall Rental Service (donating tents, tables, and chairs)

Gold Level Sponsors $500.00
Pawson Insurance
Branford Community Foundation

Gold Level In-Kind Sponsor
Shore Publishing (donating ads in The Sound newspaper)

Silver Level Sponsors $250.00
In Memory of Jupiter Johnson, from Peg Johnson
Mary Norcott Pemberton

Bronze Level Sponsors $100.00
Branford Dental Care
Christina Gagne
Pieper Veterinary
Dockside Seafood  & Grill Restaurant
Physical Fitness LLC

Bronze Level In-Kind Sponsor
Chabaso Bakery (donating bakery rolls)

Food Trucks
The Chef Truck
Sully’s Good Humor
Taqueria Taco Truck

Vendors (and the merchandise they sell)
A Cupcake for Later
Rutted Road Pottery – pottery
Hogan’s Hope – books, dolls, votives
Designed for Paws – clothing & accessories for pets & humans
Three Chairs Publishing/Seven Sisters Arts – books, zines, jewelry, handcrafted items
Renewal by Anderson – window & door replacement
A Moment in Time – spiritual items
Tastefully Simple – spices, sauces, meal kits
We Let the Dogs Out – dog walking and pet-sitting
Magick Cottage – tarot card readings, gifts
Rod’s Woodworking – wood-crafted items
Scenic Route Candles – scented candles
Still Hill Stitcheries – quilted items such as aprons, table runners, pet beds

Rescue Groups
Tail to Paw Animal Support
Where the Love Is
Desmond’s Army
CT Votes for Animals


The Branford Compassion Club is a privately funded nonprofit organization founded in 1997 to raise awareness about the importance of spay-neutering felines, to aid in the adoption of homeless cats and care for those deemed unadoptable in area feral colonies. These feral cats are trapped, neutered and released into the perpetual daily care of BCC volunteers. The shelter, which opened in 2011, has found forever homes for more than 2,400 cats, while BCC has adopted out several thousand more before opening the Feline Rescue & Adoption Center.