Connecticut Humane Society

The Connecticut Humane Society is the leading resource in the state for companion animal welfare, enriching the lives of families and communities through adoption services, medical care, education, and prevention of cruelty. Connecticut Humane Society does not receive any government funding, is not affiliated with any national animal welfare groups, and does not euthanize for time, space, breed or age. CHS envisions a state where each companion animal finds a permanent, compassionate home, where communities are enriched by the special bond between people and animals and where cruelty no longer exists.


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When a pet in crisis has nowhere else to turn, the Connecticut Humane Society is able to respond with open arms because of supporters like you. 

Last year brought 11,559 reasons to support the pets at the Connecticut Humane Society. They were cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and more, newborns and super seniors alike. Some needed a quick pat on the head and a few vaccines. Others needed months of medical care. From finding a new home, to getting everything needed to weather a rough patch with the family they already had, pets got a fresh start only thanks to supporters like you. To learn more, visit

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