The Connecticut Humane Society announces that Quality Propane of Clinton, has joined the fight against pet homelessness. Quality Propane’s newest delivery truck features the CT Humane Society logo, and a commitment to donate $.01 cent from every gallon delivered by this truck to the care of pets at Connecticut Humane Society. The funds donated will support the general medical needs of each pet in the shelter, including spay/neuter surgeries and vaccinations.
CHS services pets from all over the state of Connecticut through its three shelters (Newington, Westport and Waterford) and the Fox Memorial Clinic, a low fee, public veterinary clinic in Newington.
Quality Propane, opened in 1990, is a family owned and operated business which has set the standard for propane companies in Connecticut. Boasting the single largest propane storage plant in Connecticut of 150,000 gallons, their customers are assured of a constant supply of propane regardless of market conditions.
“We have a passion for pets here at Quality, and we wanted to make a difference,” said David Malazzi, co-owner of Quality Propane. The Connecticut Humane Society is excited to work with the Malazzi family, to save pets and help find their forever homes. “It is people like David, Jonathan and Andrew Malazzi whose support enables us to continue serving pets and families across the state,” said Gordon Willard, CT Humane Society executive director.
About the 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, cthumane.org.