Topic: Visual HSUS

    The One-Ring RICO Circus [IMAGE]

    The Humane Society of the United States could be in legal hot water. HSUS and two of its in-house attorneys are defendants in a federal lawsuit alleging tortious activity under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt...

    How Little Does HSUS Give to Shelters in Your State?

    The Humane Society of the United States gives only 1 percent of the money it raises to pet shelters. Surprised? You might be, if you’ve seen HSUS’s TV ads—you know, the ones full of needy...

    The Visual HSUS 14: Financial Footprint

    HSUS raises well over $100 million a year. And it does so deceptively, as we recently informed the Attorneys General of 25 states. But HSUS is one part of the animal rights movement. There are...

    The 10 Commandments, Animal-Rights Style

    It’s been too long since we’ve provided a new entry in our “Visual HSUS” series. Today that's changing, and we have a new graphic that most of you will recognize. It’s our tongue-in-cheek version of...

    Seeing Clearly on HSUS

    Thanks to our new billboards in Times Square, New Yorkers and visitors from around the country (and the world) are learning the scandalous truth about the Humane Society of the United States: It gives just...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 12

    The Humane Society of the United States (unrelated to your local humane society) is facing more and more public scrutiny as people catch on to its misleading and deceptive tactics. As the Attorney General of...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 11

    The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) isn’t affiliated with any local humane societies or pet shelters, and it doesn’t run any pet shelters itself. It could certainly afford to—HSUS spent $126 million last...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 10

    Imagine you hold public office at the federal, state, or local level, and a lobbyist comes into your office. That’s nothing notable—but if he tells you his group has 11 million supporters nationwide, you’re going...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 9

    The “Humane Society” of the United States gives less than 1 percent of its budget to hands-on pet shelters. As we spread this message further and further, people continue to be shocked. And after this...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 8

    Today we’re releasing the eighth entry in our “Visual HSUS” series. Our latest graphic is on HSUS’s significant lobbying activities. (Click on the picture below to view it.) Under its original articles of incorporation, HSUS is...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 7

    Today we’re releasing the seventh entry in our “Visual HSUS” series. (Hopefully, we’ll have as many entries as HSUS CEO Wayne Pacelle has book-tour stops.) Follow the links to view past entries: [1 | 2 | 3 |...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 6

    Today we’re releasing the latest entry in our Visual HSUS series. Our newest graphic concerns the broader, radical agenda of the Humane Society of the United States to eliminate meat, eggs, milk, cheese, and other animal...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 5

    Today we’re releasing the latest entry in our “Visual HSUS” graphical series. (Click on the links to visit previous entries: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4) We’ve created a map showing how much of HSUS’s...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 4

    Today we're releasing Part 4 in our “Visual HSUS” series. Our new graphic features three quotes surrounding HSUS CEO Wayne Pacelle’s now infamous statement about convicted dogfighting kingpin Michael Vick’s suitability as a pet owner. Pacelle...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 3

    Following the Sunday Los Angeles Times editorial about our recent full-page ads, there’s been a lot of discussion about HSUS’s television and direct-mail fundraising tactics. We find them deceptive, largely because most of the animals...

    The Visual HSUS, Part 2

    Two weeks ago we published the first entry in a new series titled “The Visual HSUS.” Our goal is to start catering to those of you who are visual thinkers. A picture is worth a...

    The Visual HSUS

    The legendary animal behaviorist Temple Grandin says that other than autistic “pattern” thinkers (like herself), most people are either verbal thinkers or visual thinkers. So far, HumaneWatch has focused mostly on words—tens of thousands of them—to...