Founded in 1954, The Humane Society of the United States
is dedicated to combating cruelties to animals of a national scope through public education, promoting enforcement of humane laws, assisting local humane societies, conducting research and investigations, advocating for law reform, and changing corporate behavior. The HSUS and its affiliates also provide veterinary services to remote areas, rescue animals in natural disasters and incidents of large-scale cruelty, and operate a network of centers that directly care for thousands of animals each year. The HSUS family of organizations is supported by more than 11 million people nationwide. Learn more at www.humanesociety.org
, and join the humane movement.