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To learn more about program and services statistics and how we utilize funding, download a PDF of the Annual Report.
2015 Annual Report
Combine families committed to choosing adoption, and dedicated staff and volunteer who respond "YES" to every challenge, and the generosity of supporters and donors, and you have the magical ingredients for the perfect recipe to achieving daily miracles. Ellen Sharon, President. Read more
2014 Annual Report
Each and every animal that comes to us is a precious responsibility. They are counting on all of us to make things right. It is your ongoing support that lets us look into the eyes of each individual animal in our care and say "You still matter." Ellen Sharon, President
2013 Annual Report
One of my favorite things to do is to spend an afternoon at one of our three adoption centers, soaking in all the happiness as animals of every size, shape and age find the thing they all dream of: a home of their own with someone to love. N urturing the amazing human-animal bond is the heart and soul of the Connecticut Humane Society's work. Ellen Sharon, President
2012 Annual Report
With the continued support of our faithful donors, our big-hearted adopters, our committed volunteers, and our compassionate and skilled staff, your Connecticut Humane Society can look back on a year of success and accomplishment. Ellen Sharon, President
To read past issues of Pet Life, download the PDF’s below:
2017 Spring Pet Life
257 days in the shelter. 21 vet exams. 2 surgeries. 1 foster home. That’s Clyde by the numbers. And they were digits no one expected when he first arrived at the Connecticut Humane Society. Read more...
2016 Winter Pet Life
Iris had been found by a passerby with severe infections in both eyes, upper respiratory issues and colonies of fleas and mites treating her like a 24/7 buffet. In fact, one eye was so far beyond repair it had to be removed. Read more...
2016 Fall Pet Life
We will always provide a safe haven for homeless pets but today, it is like that famous sonnet, "How do we help animals? Let me count the ways." We can finally imagine a way to help animals say in homes and stay healthy and safe. We see a pathway to an even more humane and caring community. Read more...
2016 Summer Pet Life
In today's world of business, sometimes it is all about the numbers or perhaps that is what the numbers people wish you to believe. But in this world, where we care for each animal one by one, treatment by treatment, and adoption by adoption, it is about the Gypsies and the Snowballs. Read more...
2016 Spring Pet Life
Our work is not done. It compels us to address other pressing animal welfare issues with a more strategic plan of action. It drives us towards keeping pets in their homes rather than watching their families say goodbye to them. Read more...
2015 Winter Pet Life
The other day I watched a story about a little kitten that had suffered two broken front legs. People donated to the animal control department so the kitten's legs could be repaired. It was a feel good story because this little fur ball was going to be just fine. It was also wonderful because people wanted to help this animal. Read more...