2016 Prevent Cruelty

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Patches had terror in his eyes as he took his first tentative steps towards us. He'd never known anything but cruelty and neglect at the hands of people. He was a stray until someone found him, but then chained him up behind their house, alone and afraid.

Dogs that are tied up in a yard round the clock forget how to play, how to love and sadly, how to be a dog.

Say "NO" to cruelty and neglect.

A gift of $72 will give 2 pets shelter for one day and lifesaving care.
 

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Our Mission Statement:

"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."

We envision 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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FAQ

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How can I make a donation to help the pets?

Answer:

We welcome donations of any size to help us continue our mission.  Working together, we can make a difference in saving pets’ lives. Find out about all our donor programs…Ways to Give.

Question:

What percentage of the donations is spent on the pets?

Answer:

We spend 85% of every donated dollar on our programs and services for the pets in our shelters. Our low administrative cost at 15% makes CT Humane one of the most fiscally efficient animal welfare organizations in Connecticut.  To learn more visit…Corporate and Financial Information.

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Donors

James S.
Buffalo Grove, IL
donated: $500
anthony F.
Middletown, CT
donated: $300
Lisa M.
Weston, CT
donated: $272
Michael D.
Ellington, CT
donated: $250
Karen O.
Norwalk , CT
donated: $250
James S.
Southbury, CT
donated: $250
Ian R.
Los Angeles, CA
donated: $200
Alex J.
Berlin, CT
donated: $200
Anne L.
Broad Brook, CT
donated: $200
Alison A.
Waterford, CT
donated: $110

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Nancy W.
1 year, 4 months ago

We are their voice.

Helen T.
1 year, 4 months ago

Rest In Peace, Val.

Norma R.
1 year, 4 months ago

Jamie, We are thinking of you.
Love, Aunt Norma and Uncle Milton

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