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1 2011 ANNUAL REPORT

2 CONTACT US: PHONE: WEB: cthumane.org BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHRISTOPHER V. WHITE, PRESIDENT GRETCHEN DALE, VICE PRESIDENT LOU ANN GIUNTA, VICE PRESIDENT/SECRETARY LESLIE L. WHITE, C.F.A., TREASURER STEVE PARKER WILLIAM A. HAINES, D.V.M. WILFREDO BARRIOSNUEVO, D.V.M. JENNIFER RUBIN JOANN ROBERTS, ESQ. ELLEN SHARON PETER SPANO MARGARET Y. ORMOND SHELTERS NEWINGTON HEADQUARTERS 701 Russell Road Newington, CT (800) WATERFORD SHELTER 169 Old Colchester Road Quaker Hill, CT (860) WESTPORT SHELTER 455 Post Road East Westport, CT (203) Hours of Operation Adoptions Monday Saturday: 9:30 am 5:30 pm Dog adoptions begin at 10:30 am Sunday: 11 am 4 pm Pet Intake Monday Saturday: 9:30 am 5:30 pm Sunday: 11 am 4 pm Administration Monday Friday: 9 am 5 pm CAT ADOPTION CENTER PetSmart New London 351 N. Frontage Road New London, CT (860) Hours of Operation Monday Friday: 4 8 pm Saturday Sunday: 12 6 pm FOX MEMORIAL CLINIC 701B Russell Road Newington, CT (860) Hours of Operation Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9 am 5 pm Wednesdays: 9:30 am 5 pm 2 CTHUMANE.ORG

3 FURTHERING OUR LEGACY BY ELLEN SHARON, CURRENT BOARD PRESIDENT One hundred and thirty years ago, the Connecticut Humane Society was founded by Gertrude O. Lewis, an 18 year old Hartford Public School student who was dismayed by the suffering of animals. Ms. Lewis remained active with the Society for the next 77 years. Her pioneering spirit and her life-long commitment to animal welfare is our legacy. Just as it was in 1881, our success is driven by your individual actions and broad community support. We are grateful to: skilled staff who provide compassionate care for each animal that comes through our doors, committed volunteers who touch every facet of our operations and shower our animals with love, adopters who open their hearts to shelter animals in desperate need of a home, and generous donors, large and small, that allow us to continue our lifesaving work. We thank you all for placing your trust in the Connecticut Humane Society. Throughout this report, we ve highlighted major accomplishments of the past year. More pets remained in their homes and out of shelters because of the medical services provided by Fox Memorial Clinic and the Food Pantry which provides nutritional pet food to families facing economic challenges. Educational programs for children expanded, ensuring a new generation of responsible and caring pet owners. Medical care, from preventative to critical, sent thousands of healthy animals to their furever homes. Spay/neuter initiatives at Fox, our three shelter facilities, and Spay Day, in collaboration with the Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association, resulted in healthier pets and reduced pet overpopulation. Waterford s state-of-the-art facility set a new standard for sheltering. With your continued support, we plan on accomplishing even more. We ll be expanding animal enrichment, to further reduce kennel stress and shorten animal stays. We ll explore ways to make medical services more widely available. We ll be revamping our website to provide more resources to pet owners. We ll be forming more collaborative relationships with our partners in animal welfare. We ll be more active at the Capitol, promoting legislation to prevent animal cruelty. You ll find us at more community events, celebrating the amazing connection between animals and the people that love them. COMMUNITY SUPPORT MAKES OUR WORK POSSIBLE. 84.4% OF EVERY DONATED DOLLAR GOES DIRECTLY TO THE ANIMALS REVENUE AND EXPENSES* TOTAL SUPPORT: $4,140,111 PUBLIC SUPPORT $2,405,723 PROGRAM REVENUES: $1,734,388 TOTAL EXPENSES: $6,512,329 PROGRAM SERVICES: $5,497,129 FUNDRAISING: $321,957 MANAGEMENT/ GENERAL: $693,243 We do not receive any federal, state or municipal funds through tax dollars nor are we affiliated with any national humane organization. We are supported by private donors, corporations, foundations and program revenues. **Complete financial statements are available at Together, and only together, we can further our legacy, and pursue our vision: A Connecticut where each companion animal finds a permanent, compassionate home, where communities are enriched by the special bond between people and animals, and where animal cruelty no longer exists. CTHUMANE.ORG 3

4 PROGRAMS BY THE NUMBERS MEDICAL STAFF AT WORK MEDICAL TEAMS AND VOLUNTEERS SAVE STORMY 4 CTHUMANE.ORG ADOPTIONS The Connecticut Humane Society strives to find a loving family for every pet presented for adoption. In 2011, we found homes for 5,507 pets reaching an adoption rate of 91%*. The adoption rate includes pets adopted from our three animal care and adoption centers, our off site adoption center, transferred to rescue groups best equipped to find homes for certain pets, and reunited with their owners. TOTAL ADOPTIONS: 5,507 CAT/KITTEN ADOPTIONS: 3538 DOG/PUPPY ADOPTIONS: 1687 OTHER ADOPTIONS:** 282 *We do not euthanize for space, time held or age of pet. Shelter operating statistics can be found at **Other adoptions include birds, rabbits, Guinea pigs, ferrets and other sma mall pets. The Connecticut Humane Society shelter medical teams provide quality care to every pet which comes into our shelters. Pets receive a veterinary exam, vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery and in some cases, lifesaving treatment and surgery prior to placement with a loving family. Last year SPAY/NEUTER SURGERIES WERE 2,639PERFORMED VACCINATIONS WERE 11,510+ ADMINISTERED DIAGNOSTIC TESTS WERE 5,315+ PERFORMED AND HUNDREDS OF LIFESAVING SURGICAL AND MEDICAL TREATMENTS WERE CONDUCTED BEFORE PETS FOUND NEW HOMES. EXTENDING OUR HELP TO OTHERS Last year, we reached out to Animal Control and overcrowded shelters to help save the lives of pets faced with few opportunities to find a loving family. We found homes for: PETS RECEIVED FROM LOCAL 255ANIMAL CONTROL. PETS FROM OVERCROWDED AND 1065OVERWHELMED SHELTERS.

5 GOOD MANNERS MAKE BETTER COMPANIONS The goal of the Connecticut Humane Society training and behavior department is to help pet owners establish solid bonds with their companions through training and to assist our shelter pets learn new manners in preparation for their new homes. In 2011: 540 PETS AND PEOPLE ATTENDED DOG TRAINING CLASSES PROVIDED BY OUR PET TRAINING PARTNERS. MORE THAN 140 BEHAVIORAL CONSULTATIONS WERE PROVIDED TO CHS ADOPTERS. OVER 1318 VOLUNTEER HOURS WERE INVESTED IN TRAINING AND PROVIDING SPECIAL ENRICHMENT TO OUR SHELTER PETS.. VOLUNTEERS MAKING A DIFFERENCE We could not accomplish our goals without the dedication and support of our volunteers. From foster care to dog walking to pet photography and more, volunteers make a difference in the lives of our pets every day! 330 ACTIVE VOLUNTEERS 17,766 VOLUNTEER HOURS CONTRIBUTED IN 2011 (not including foster care) 9 FULL-TIME POSITIONS FILLED THROUGH EQUIVALENT VOLUNTEER WORK ALLOWING US TO REALLOCATE $178,000 TO PRIORITY ITEMS 13,048 HOURS PROVIDING DIRECT CARE TO ANIMALS (not including foster care) 1,397 FOSTER PETS CARED FOR BY VOLUNTEERS HELPING OUR COMMUNITY KEEP THEIR PETS AT HOME AND OUT OF SHELTERS Our Fox Memorial Clinic is a full-service hospital offering veterinary care to the pets of families in financial need. Preventative wellness care, spay/ neuter, and vaccination clinics are among the services offered to clients at an affordable fee. 4,639 SPAY/NEUTER SURGERIES PROVIDED 5,036 OFFICE VISITS CONDUCTED 4,639 OFFICE VACCINATIONS DELIVERED 36 VACCINE CLINICS CONDUCTED 2,168 VACCINATIONS DELIVERED AT VACCINE CLINICS 129 SPECIALIZED SURGICAL PROCEDURES PERFORMED FEEDING PETS TO KEEP THEM IN THEIR HOMES Based out of the Newington animal care and adoption center, the food pantry provides quality nutrition to pets of people who are in financial need. Established in November 2010, the pet food pantry has expanded from holiday events to monthly distributions. 30+ BUSINESSES, GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS CONDUCTED COLLECTION DRIVES 9,000 LBS. DRY FOOD, 5,000 CANS WET FOOD, AND $2,000 DONATED 98 PEOPLE WITH 264 PETS SERVED MONTHLY EDUCATING OUR COMMUNITY We bring the values of compassion and responsibility to thousands of children and adults inspiring them to make the world a better place for animals and humans alike. KIND NEWS SPONSORSHIPS PROVIDED FOR 467 CLASSROOMS AND REACHED OVER 11,000 STUDENTS. 116 ADOPTION CENTER TOURS AND CLASSROOM VISITS CONDUCTED, EDUCATING OVER 1200 STUDENTS. CTHUMANE.ORG 5

6 2011 MILESTONE: WATERFORD GRAND OPENING On July 30, 2011, the Connecticut Humane Society opened the doors of its new animal care and adoption center, replacing an outdated structure that served the community for over 40 years. The building is 7,000 square feet in size and includes some of the latest animal care features used to house large numbers of animals with unknown health histories in an intensive environment. In addition to the regular condos for cats, we have incorporated cat colony rooms for cats who are able to share space. The new dog kennels include radiant heating in the floors and indoor/outdoor runs for their comfort and enjoyment. This project was made possible through the support of our donors, business partners, staff and volunteers. THANK YOU. BEFORE BEFORE NEW CAT CONDOS NEW OUTDOOR KENNELS NEW CAT CONDOS 6 CTHUMANE.ORG

7 RIBBON CUTTING CAT COLONY NEW DOG KENNELS CTHUMANE.ORG 7

8 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. CORE VALUES: STEWARDSHIP: We manage and allocate all our resources to remain steadfast to our mission, to achieve the greatest good, and to ensure the future of our organization. QUALITY CARE: Our actions and decisions are based on providing the best medical and shelter care and services to the most animals. We respect the life of each individual animal, while focusing on the welfare of staff, community, and the animal population as a whole. COMMUNITY-FOCUSED: We enrich the Connecticut community we serve by placing safe, healthy companion animals in responsible, loving homes. RESPECT: We treat all persons with dignity and respect in a non-judgmental manner. The general public, our staff members and volunteers are all viewed as our partners in improving animal welfare and in fulfilling our Mission.

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