Last month, the Washington Times editorial board published a piece, “The inhumane society,” detailing the dishonesty of HSUS—epitomized, the paper argued, by the group’s contributions to a 14-year smear campaign (coordinated by HSUS and other animal-rights radicals) to ban elephants from the circus. Those who follow our efforts know how this movie ended: Ultimately, a federal court uncovered a scheme […]
One of the jokes about the Humane Society of the United States is that its initials should actually be written “H$U$” because of how the organization obsessively asks for money. File this latest instance under “Example #1,384.”
We recently received an email about a cancellation of a monthly donation to HSUS. In the email, HSUS provided several options for a former donor to tell HSUS why he or she stopped giving. Guess what? All of the options for why a person stopped giving to HSUS link to donation pages that ask for a used vehicle donation, one-time gift, or even loose change. (Um, “no” means “no,” guys.)
We’d call HSUS tone-deaf, but shameless (or tasteless) is a better adjective. These messages show contempt for supporters by not taking a donor’s feelings seriously. But for a group that deceptively raises money on cats and dogs and yet doesn’t run a single pet shelter and only gives 1% of its budget to shelters while racking up unfavorable reviews from charity evaluators, contempt for donors must be part of the mission statement.
The Humane Society of the United States is a radical animal “liberation” group run by longtime activists who have a vision to eliminate society’s use of animals. That’s not just animals for food. For instance, HSUS president Wayne Pacelle has said “I don’t love animals or think they are cute” and “I don’t want to […]