Led by The Humane Society Of The United States, several animal rights groups filed a lawsuit in a federal district court in Virginia to order the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to post routinely elephant and lion trophy permit applications, the agency’s permitting decisions and related findings regarding the sustainability of hunting various species. Continue reading Animal Rights Groups Sue USFWS Over Hunt Permits
HUMANE SOCIETY STAFFER ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLING
SCI members have long known that the anti-hunting group “The Humane Society of the United States” embodies a massive fundraising deception. By including “Humane Society” in its name, it has successfully fooled millions of well-intentioned donors into believing that their contributions are going to help support local animal shelters. In truth, less than one percent of the HSUS budget is granted to these underfunded local shelters. Continue reading Charitable Funds Used For Lavish Vacation While Millions In HSUS Funds Are Stashed In Offshore Island Accounts
HumaneWatch.org is a watchdog group that specifically focuses on the deceptive practices of Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). It educates potential HSUS supporters of facts such as HSUS is not your local animal shelter, spends less than 1% of donations on local pet shelters, and has paid more than $15 million to settle a federal RICO lawsuit alleging bribery and fraud. Continue reading Discover Card Drops HSUS
We’re all familiar with the ads…dramatic camera pans and close ups of sad puppies and kittens in cages. Some showing signs of abuse or neglect while appropriately moving music plays in the background. The Humane Society of the United States has been using this “rip at the heartstrings” approach to their fundraising efforts for a number of years now, but how much money do they actually spend to help abandoned, abused or neglected animals in your state? According to the HSUS 2013 tax return, virtually none. Continue reading Who Does HSUS Really Support?