The HSUS I wrote recently about The HSUS investigation at the Bushway slaughter plant and the brave people involved in bringing the abuse of baby calves to light. Last week, Vermont Attorney General William H. Sorrell announced a plea deal with Frank Perretta, one of . . .
It’s very gratifying for me to see the growing number of young people who are stepping up for animals. Whether it’s expressing concern about a neighborhood dog chained day and night, or outrage at the plight of animals on factory farms, young people are getting . . .
I wish every lawmaker and statewide official in Ohio could have attended the press conference we conducted today at the Statehouse in Columbus. The collective comments of the speakers provided a devastating case about the utter irrationality and danger of allowing private citizens to keep . . .
Before sharing your comments today, I wanted to welcome those new blog subscribers who joined during last week’s Humane Domain gift certificate giveaway. Congratulations to our three winners, who have been notified by email. For those of you who didn’t win but perhaps saw something . . .
If you subscribe to my blog today, you’ll have a chance to win a shopping spree to our online store Humane Domain — I’m giving away $400 in gift certificates to three random winners (one $250 gift certificate, one $100 gift certificate, and one $50 gift certificate).
I am posting video from a pet health clinic we recently hosted in Jefferson Parrish, La. Be sure to watch — the smiles and gratitude from community members whose pets we helped to serve are sure to brighten your day.
The HSUS was called to testify this morning at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the repugnant phenomenon of animal crush videos. Nancy Perry, HSUS vice president for government affairs, presented our case eloquently—you can read her testimony here to better understand what’s at stake. . . .
The Humane Society Walk for the Animals, which The HSUS co-hosts with the Washington Humane Society, happens on Sept. 25, and if you haven’t already registered, please be sure to do so. The event raises funds for campaigns to end pet homelessness at the local . . .
It is a commonly held view that people who have not spayed or neutered their pets just don’t care that much about the larger problem of pet overpopulation. Our public survey work reveals quite the opposite, however—people love their animals and they want to help . . .