New HumaneWatch Billboard Hits NYC

We got a great response to our four ads running in the D.C. Metro system this summer that exposed the so-called “Humane Society” of the United States (HSUS) for giving only 1 percent of the money it raises to pet shelters. (The group also doesn’t run any pet shelters of its own.) Readers loved it, and it seems we struck a nerve at HSUS, which started running its own ads on Metro and local radio.

Today we’re happy to announce that an adaption of one of our metro ads, “WTF?,” is up in New York City. Click the pictures below to see our latest billboard, and be sure to check out our previous Times Square billboards at these links: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4.

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Posted on 09/06/2013 at 3:00 pm by Humane Watch Team.

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  • jane

    It’s about time this was made public!! I stopped supporting them many years ago.

  • theresaoconnell

    Wonderful!

  • Josh Vanderschaaf

    This is awsome … Hit the HAUS where its hurts their pocket book… I would like to see these in my town and all over the us

  • Sheila Berger

    Once I realized how little they helped with shelter work and funding I pulled my support. I’ve got to say that if they put as much money into helping the animals they say they do instead of sending me letters, calendars, and address labels trying to get my support back, a whole lot of animals would benefit. Shameful.

  • Diana Deville

    I quit supporting them once I saw that they were supporting Michael Vick having a dog. That is disgusting and not something any true animal lover would support.

  • Claudia McDermott

    I’ve heard that and that’s why I donate to my local animal shelters.