Our Story Through Videos

By on December 28, 2012 with 0 Comments By Wayne Pacelle

There’s no animal welfare group like The HSUS, with program experts and campaigners working in such issue areas as animal research and testing, companion animal welfare, farm animal welfare, equine protection, and wildlife protection, aided by a team of lawyers, undercover investigators, lobbyists, scientists, veterinarians, field personnel, and communications specialists who make an impact for animals every day. Over the last few days, I’ve provided a running narrative about our accomplishments and progress in 2012 in our major program areas.

There’s another way to tell the story of our work, and that’s through our videos. Today, I’ve assembled ten HSUS videos that tell our story. They will lift you up and also inflame you. They will educate you and call you to act. Most of all, I hope they remind you of the vital work The HSUS does every day in the United States and across the globe, and the important role that you play as a supporter and active advocate yourself.

Watch our video of Billy,
rescued from a puppy mill.

Tennessee Walking Horse Investigation Exposes Cruelty
Published May 16, 2012
Warning: Contains Graphic Footage
. An HSUS undercover investigation into the walking horse industry finds rampant cruelty.

Meet Billy, Rescued from a Puppy Mill
Published Dec. 3, 2012
Meet Billy, rescued from a North Carolina puppy mill.

Dangerous Roadside Zoo Rescue – Collins Zoo
Published Jan. 30, 2012
The HSUS’ Animal Rescue Team joined Mississippi wildlife officials and others to rescue tigers, leopards, cougars, a monkey, and more from deplorable conditions at a roadside zoo. The animals were transported to a temporary shelter where they received the care they needed.

Streets of Hope: Helping Dogs in the Philippines
Published Nov. 20, 2012
Before the launch of our humane program to reduce the street dog population and rabies risk to people in the Philippines in 2008, the government killed as many as 10,000 dogs per year. Things are changing — in 2010, fewer than 500 dogs were killed.

Hurricane Sandy:  New York Relief Efforts
Published Nov. 9, 2012
The Humane Society of the United States worked in so many ways to help pets affected by Superstorm Sandy in New Jersey and New York.

Hungry Hungry Hippo Goes Swimming
Published Jan. 27, 2012
See how a hippo, at The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center, in southern California, spends her day.

Seals Need You Now More Than Ever
Published May 4, 2012
Warning: Contains Graphic Footage. Despite having almost no seal pelt market to sell to, the Canadian government continues to fund the cruel seal slaughter with taxpayer dollars. We’re close to winning the fight to save seals for good.

Major Cockfighting Bust in California
Published June 15, 2012
The HSUS partnered with local authorities to seize hundreds of birds from an illegal cockfighting operation in Visalia, California. The largest cache of gaffs (knives tied to fighting birds’ legs) ever found on one property was taken into evidence.

The Real Sea World
Published Oct. 11, 2012
HSUS’s marine mammal scientist Dr. Naomi Rose, author David Kirby of “Death at SeaWorld” and three former SeaWorld trainers visit Puget Sound and observe resident orcas to compare their lives with those of captive orcas.

Shocking Animal Cruelty at Tyson Foods Supplier
Published May 8, 2012
Warning: Contains Graphic Footage. Undercover video footage at Wyoming Premium Farms, revealing egregious cruelty and filthy conditions at a Wyoming pig breeding facility, owned by a supplier for Tyson Foods.

Animal Rescue and Care, Animal Research and Testing, Companion Animals, Humane Society International, Wildlife/Marine Mammals

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