Humane Society of the United States

  • Cleveland Proclamation: Make Mondays Meat-free
    The city of Cleveland passed a resolution urging residents to participate in “Meatless Mondays” as a way to improve their health and environmental sustainability. Cleveland, Ohio’s second-largest city, is the latest to support the international Meatless Monday movement. The HSUS applauds Cleveland for taking a weekly holiday from meat, which will impact residents’ health and the environment, as well as spare animals from factory farms.
  • Louisiana SPCA Continues to Rebuild Nine Years after Hurricane Katrina
    Almost a decade after Hurricane Katrina, the Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Louisiana SPCA) is diligently working to regain the capacity lost when the former shelter located in the Upper Ninth Ward was destroyed beyond repair by the worst natural disaster this country has ever seen.
  • Gray Squirrel Regains Use of Hind Legs with Innovative Treatment at the SFWC
    Squirrels are known for their impressive climbing ability, thanks in part to their powerful hind legs. They use this talent to gather and store food, as well as avoid predators. Losing the use of their hind legs can prove life-threatening, as was the case for one squirrel who was rescued by a good Samaritan in South Florida at brought to the South Florida Wildlife Center.
  • A Big Problem: Unless the Ivory Trade Is Stopped, Elephants Could Become Extinct
    About 30,000 African elephants are killed each year for their tusks, but ending the trade in ivory could save elephants from extinction.
  • Some Kind of Wonder-Pig: Esther Is a Pampered Pet with a Purpose
    Esther the Wonder Pig could have spent her life in a gestation crate; instead she's entertaining and enlightening people around the world

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