Archive for May, 2012
This week, we released our undercover investigation documenting sickening cruelty at a Wyoming factory farm supplying Tyson Foods. Thank you to every single one of you who’s spoken up for pigs by contacting the company.
Last week, I shared the story of a California corgi on a road trip to spread the word about spaying and neutering. California Gov. Jerry Brown’s dog, Sutter, traveled with our senior state director Jennifer Fearing from Sacramento to Los Angeles—where they joined the governor . . .
The investigation we announced today was conducted at Wyoming Premium Farms, a supplier to the meat industry giant Tyson Foods, and it’s a case of sickening and blatant cruelty.
Yesterday, The Sacramento Bee published the final report in its series on USDA’s Wildlife Services program, one of the most destructive and indefensible government programs that causes untold suffering to animals.
Recently, we set up remote video cameras to monitor wildlife activity in an area about to be leveled for development. The cameras captured a remarkable sight: a red fox caring for her young.
Each year, The HSUS hosts The Genesis Awards to recognize journalists in the news business and producers and directors in the entertainment industry for their contribution to building awareness of animal protection issues. The exposure of animal issues has become richer and more probing, it . . .
Today Jennifer Fearing, The HSUS’s California senior state director, is heading to Los Angeles with a very special passenger: a Welsh corgi named Sutter, the dog of Gov. Jerry Brown. Sutter is a popular dog with his own Twitter account and Facebook page, and he’ll . . .
The state of Ohio announced yesterday that Marian Thompson will get back the five wild animals who escaped the massacre after her unhinged husband set free dozens of other animals in Zanesville last October. Remember, Terry Thompson acquired more than 50 dangerous wild animals and . . .