HSUS Shares Almost Nothing With Animal Shelters

The Summary: This headline appeared as a full page advertisement in the April 1, 2010 edition of USA Today. It was paid for by Humane Watch, a charity watchdog organization who has recently sniffed out HSUS for what it really is: a large money organization who is more about promoting its radical anti-hunting agenda than it is actually helping animals in need.

Jeff’s Take: Many people are tricked by HSUS ads into believing the organization gives money to animal shelters; while in fact, less than one percent of its donated money goes to this noble cause. The animal rights extremist group HSUS is largely a political mouthpiece whose executives, namely Wayne Pacelle, make big bucks and are influential in shaping American politics and laws by pulling on the heartstrings of good-intentioned, generous people. Fact is, hunters love animals and we rescue many and have many loving pets, but we also realize that regulated hunting is beneficial for wildlife and society.

The AntiQuote: Wayne Pacelle, CEO of HSUS: "If we could shut down all sport hunting in a moment, we would." --Associated Press, Dec. 30, 1991.

Recommended Action: Donate to your local animal shelter if you want to help animals in need.

Alternate Headline:  HSUS Lies

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1 Response to HSUS Shares Almost Nothing With Animal Shelters

Ben Cody wrote:
April 12, 2010

This is appalling but not surprising. Thanks for enlightening us Jeff!