Humane Society of the United States

  • What Are Your Pet’s Plans for Thanksgiving?
    The HSUS reminds people that as we celebrate Thanksgiving -- delighting in the hustle and bustle of whether to travel or to stay home, what to cook, and whom to sit next to at the table -- we can’t forget to make equally important plans for our canine and feline friends.
  • Austin Adopts Humane Coyote Management Plan
    The City of Austin has created a humane coyote management policy for solving conflicts among people, pets and coyotes within the city. The Humane Society of the United States has been working with Austin’s Animal Advisory Commission for the past year to develop the coyote policy, which emphasizes coexistence and tolerance for coyotes, rather than cruel and ineffective trapping and killing programs.
  • Reward Offered in San Diego Sea Lion Shootings
    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is investigating the shooting and injuring of sea lions in the San Diego, California, area.
  • Three Orphaned Bear Cubs Are Making a Full Recovery at FFAWC
    The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in Ramona, California is used to caring for orphans of native predatory species like coyotes, bobcats and hawks. But they had never taken in an orphaned bear cub. Until now.
  • Agriculture Groups Voice Support for Country-of-Origin Labeling
    Agriculture groups are voicing their support for country-of-origin labeling on meat to ensure the protection of America’s family farmers, consumers and farm animals. Members of eight state agriculture councils of The Humane Society of the United States signed a letter to U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman urging him to appeal the World Trade Organization’s recent decision against the U.S. COOL rule.


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