Archive for March, 2012
Esquire and GQ, in their March 2012 issues, had in-depth features on what went down at Terry Thompson’s “farm” in Zanesville, Ohio in the minutes and hours after he cut open the fences and provided a very fleeting pathway to freedom for nearly 50 dangerous . . .
Subjecting animals to painful tests for tubes of lipstick or mascara cannot be justified, ethically or scientifically. But thousands of cosmetics lining the shelves in U.S. stores contain substances tested on rabbits, mice, and other animals. An important new research collaboration could finally bring the . . .
In taking stock of the disasters of the last decade―whether it’s the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004, Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast in 2005, the earthquake in Haiti in 2010, or the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, tsunami, and radiation release―The HSUS and Humane Society International . . .
At a recent meeting, local residents strongly opposed a proposal for a horse slaughter plant near Mountain Grove, Missouri. In poll after poll, the majority of Americans have signaled their disapproval of horse slaughter.
Our Animal Rescue Team is in Kentucky helping pets affected by the devastating storms, working with local group Fur Ever Friends. See our latest video of a rescued dog who had been buried under the rubble.
We’re celebrating extraordinary examples of the human-animal bond with our fifth annual Dogs of Valor Awards. Read these heroic dogs’ stories and vote for your favorite.
The president of the California Fish and Game Commission continues to be widely condemned for shooting a mountain lion. He’s not the leader on wildlife issues that California deserves.
A new HSUS undercover investigation released today shines a light on the dark side of the Tennessee walking horse industry and has led to the rescue of horses from one of the industry’s most notorious and abusive trainers. A federal grand jury has handed down . . .