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Keep up on all the news about Connecticut Humane Society pets!

PetCetera, the e-newsletter, and Pet Life, the mailed newsletter, are filled with pet success stories, save-the-dates for special events, pet training and medical advice, and so much more!

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See the impact your support had on pets in the past year. Click on the links below.

2021 Annual Report

Each and every animal we connect with as an individual, with his or her own set of specific needs and challenges. As you meet some of these pets for whom we have gone the extra mile, keep in mind they are not the exception. They are the rule.

2020 Annual Report

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.

2019 Annual Report

In the midst of a pandemic, as we strive to support the health and well-being of our communities, it has never been more true: We are better together.

To read past issues of Pet Life, click on the links below.

2022 Fall Pet Life

“You don’t know how much this means to me,” a tear filled pet parent smiled and said to the CHS staff as they arrived for their clinic appointment. His dog, Lucy, was one of nearly two dozen pets served at a pop-up clinic event in Westport this season.

2022 Summer Pet Life

It wasn’t surprising to see Gordo on someone’s lap, happy as can be. Or next to them on a bench outside. To Gordo, everyone at the Connecticut Humane Society was his friend. That will happen when you’re together for 168 days!

2022 Spring Pet Life

Can’t rain on her parade… There are dogs who love people – and then there’s Raina. She loved human friends so much she couldn’t relax without them. Other dogs? No, thanks. Alone time? Nah, don’t need it.

2021 Fall Pet Life

It was early on a weekday morning when a Fox Memorial Clinic staff member raced down the hall with a worried look on her face and a tiny pop-up tent in her hands. Was it an oxygen hut for a pet?

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