In this April 2012 photo provided by Jenny Hubbard, her daughter Catherine Hubbard hugs their dog Sammy at their home in Newtown, Conn. Despite her tragic death in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, 2012, Catherine’s dream of helping animals is close to becoming a reality. By early August, the state is expected to finalize transferring 34.4 acres of the former Fairfield Hills Hospital in Newtown to the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation Inc., which is raising money to fund the new Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary.
In this April 2012 photo provided by Jenny Hubbard, her daughter Catherine Hubbard hugs their dog Sammy at their home in Newtown, Conn. Despite her tragic death in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, 2012, Catherine’s dream of helping animals is close to becoming a reality. By early August, the state is expected to finalize transferring 34.4 acres of the former Fairfield Hills Hospital in Newtown to the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation Inc., which is raising money to fund the new Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary. AP
In this April 2012 photo provided by Jenny Hubbard, her daughter Catherine Hubbard hugs their dog Sammy at their home in Newtown, Conn. Despite her tragic death in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, 2012, Catherine’s dream of helping animals is close to becoming a reality. By early August, the state is expected to finalize transferring 34.4 acres of the former Fairfield Hills Hospital in Newtown to the Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation Inc., which is raising money to fund the new Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary. AP

Newtown victim's animal shelter dream turning real

July 05, 2014 05:06 PM