Full-Page Ad Highlights HSUS Failure to Fund Pet Shelters


A full-page ad from the nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) appears in today’s New York Times, highlighting the failure of the Humane Society of the United States to devote a significant amount of money to supporting America’s underfunded pet shelters.

The ad explains that HSUS shares only one dollar out of every 200 dollars it collects with local, hands-on pet shelters. The ad encourages readers to find out more by visiting HumaneWatch.org, CCF’s new watchdog Web site.

“HSUS’s cable TV fundraising ads are full of images of dogs and cats in dire need of help,” said David Martosko, CCF’s director of research.  “HSUS donors should hold the organization to a much higher standard. Instead of spending millions on executive pensions, a bloated legal staff, and PETA-style propaganda campaigns, HSUS’s leaders should put their money where their mouth is.”

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