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2020 presented unique challenges at the Connecticut Humane Society. As with any national crisis – and there have been more than a few in CHS’ 140 year history – local needs increased dramatically. CHS succeeded because of you.
Together we’ve made the extraordinary quite ordinary. But for the thousands of animals and families we have touched, the results have been life-changing. For them, and for all those to come in the future, hope starts here.
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Max’s four-legged days are over. And ya know what? He doesn’t miss them. Things weren’t going well when he still had all his limbs. An old injury didn’t heal right, and Max worked hard to hold up his bad leg while walking on three good ones.
Pepe is known at the Connecticut Humane Society for two things: A lengthy stay and walking on a leash. That’s right…this 1-year-old cat loved indoor strolls. But they were much more than a cute scene in the hallway.
The pets on her back and scratchies on her chin felt so good. She liked hearing people talk to her…especially when they exclaimed, “You’re so pretty!” And when they started cleaning her face? She’d been waiting for that.
Cresselia was a good mama cat. Maybe a little too good. As she continued nursing her kittens, a nasty infection was brewing in her mammary glands. The 2-year old kitty hid her discomfort…until she couldn’t anymore.