You responded, and we are sending a major message to the extremist wing of the hunting lobby. Yesterday, I issued a call to raise $10,000 after the radical U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance (USSA), in a despicable move, intimidated Meijer department stores into dropping its support of . . .
Let’s not let them get away with this. I need your attention to an important issue—and I need your help. Last week, in a cynical and destructive maneuver, the Ohio-based U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance (USSA) targeted Meijer department stores for agreeing to donate up to $5,000 . . .
During the last month, I’ve received a torrent of email about Costa Rican artist Guillermo Vargas featuring a starving street dog as “art” in a Nicaraguan gallery. According to accounts we’ve received, Vargas picked up the poor creature and displayed him in the gallery—attempting to . . .
More news from Rebecca Aldworth, our director of Canadian wildlife issues. She’s been monitoring the seal hunt and speaking to press throughout the world about the horror of this slaughter. As we leave Newfoundland—bringing the observation of the 2008 seal hunt to a close—I think . . .
At The HSUS, there’s never a dull moment. We are still intensely focused on follow up to the slaughter plant investigation in southern California. And I am recently back from Canada and its extraordinary seal nursery. We are organizing worldwide opposition to the seal hunt, . . .