Humane Society of the United States

  • Equine Industry Leaders, Celebrities Urge Congress to Protect Tennessee Walking Horses
    Support for legislation that would put an end to the cruel training practice known as “soring” continues to grow among horse industry professionals and celebrities. Among the latest celebrities urging passage of the Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act, H.R. 1518/S. 1406, are wellness author Kathy Freston; TV personalities and actresses Maria Menounos, Torrey DeVitto, Bonnie-Jill Laflin, Fiona Gubelmann and Victoria Summer; and actor Michael Vartan.
  • 10 Ways These Historic Chimps Are Enjoying Retirement
    Swinging on fire hoses. Basking in the sun. See the many ways these chimpanzees are enjoying retirement at Chimp Haven after years in a laboratory.
  • House Votes to Reauthorize “Tiger Stamp”
    The House has passed a bill that will provide funding for endangered species without using taxpayer dollars through the “Tiger Stamp.” With each purchase of the Tiger Stamp, a portion of the cost will be split evenly among the benefited funds. Since its inception, the Tiger Stamp has raised $2,567,000.00 for the Multinational Conservation Species Fund.
  • Gray Wolves in the Wild: Photos and Facts About Pack Behavior, Howling and Family Life
    Once hunted to the brink of extinction, gray wolves are again caught in the crosshairs. Here's a look at one of nature's most misunderstood creatures and the fight to protect them.
  • To the Rescue: Tennessee Walking Horses
    An HSUS field rescuer cares for abused horses seized because of an HSUS investigation into the practice of soring Tennessee walking horses.

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