See what you've accomplished for animals.
Calif. Governor Jerry Brown signs S.B. 1221, an historic law that prohibits the cruel hound hunting of bears and bobcats.
HSUS volunteers, federal wildlife police unite to bust illegal wildlife trafficking. 12 people charged with wildlife crimes.
More than 600 events in honor of World Spay Day held in 377 cities around the world, reporting 54,490 spay/neuter surgeries.
Your support put the HSUS Animal Rescue Team on the ground for pets and people after storms Isaac and Sandy struck the U.S.
New Rhode Island law prohibits extreme confinement crates for pigs and calves, eliminates cattle tail docking.
HSUS investigators expose inhumane treatment and extreme confinement of animals at several of the biggest U.S. pork and egg factory farms.
Denim retailer True Religion reaffirms its fur-free policy after outraged customers and HSUS supporters contact the company.
HSUS investigation reveals the sale of domestic dog fur in apparel and other items, prompting federal action against a company.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich enacts Dangerous Wild Animal Act into law, restricting ownership of dangerous wild animals.
HSUS undercover investigation reveals dead tigers, safety threats at Oklahoma’s GW Exotic Animal Park.
Thousands of donors and volunteers unite after Hurricane Sandy’s devastation to help hundreds of people and their pets.
Almost 35,000 people have pledged to adopt their next pet, helping end the euthanasia of homeless shelter pets.
Groundbreaking HSUS outreach program brings vital pet care to more than 10,000 in under-served communities in four major U.S. cities.
An average of 400 volunteers help feed, clean, and provide enrichment for rescued animals at our emergency shelters.
Dozens of dogs and more than 450 roosters and hens rescued from suspected animal fighting operations in four states.
Raid of suspected cockfighters in California leads to confiscation of about 1,200 cockfighting knives, the largest seizure in U.S. history.
HSUS and other supporters sent 350,000+ letters urging USDA to regulate puppy mills selling dogs online.
More than 1,500 dogs were rescued from cruelty and deplorable conditions in raids on 13 U.S. puppy mills in 2012.
More than 756,000 outraged individuals and businesses are boycotting Canadian seafood until the slaughter of baby seals ends.
2012: global markets for seal fur close, and although the Canadian government sets a 400,000 seal quota, fewer than 20% are killed.
Animal advocates attended more than 150 HSUS-led grassroots events in 39 states to promote humane legislation across the U.S.
Together, we defeated bills in 9 states that would have allowed or expanded cruel and unsporting captive hunting.
Penn. Humane Lobby Day attendees urged legislators to ban live pigeon shoots and support other important animal welfare bills.
D.C.-area residents call Humane Wildlife Services to solve urban wildlife conflicts in ways that are good for people and animals, too.
144,000 shocked animal advocates sent emails to Tyson Foods demanding that it ensures better treatment for pigs.
Nearly 40 major companies, serving millions of meals daily in more than 110,000 retail locations, commit to phase out cruel gestation crates for pigs on factory farms.
Horse slaughter plants blocked from opening in the U.S. New Jersey outlaws slaughter.
Tenn. walking horse trainer Jackie McConnell charged after investigators reveal shocking cruelty; Federal bill introduced to strengthen Horse Protection Act.
EPA announces first fertility control vaccine approved for wild horses in the U.S. to help manage wild horse herds.
After years of campaigning by HSUS and supporters, 110 chimps from a notorious laboratory will no longer be used for research.
At least 10 chimps are slated to be moved to sanctuary after National Institutes of Health declare 110 permanently ineligible for research.
sent and a barrage of calls made by YOU to legislators in support of Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act.
Va. youth camp works with our Humane Wildlife Services to install "beaver deceiver" to stop camp-ground flooding.
The HSUS Wildlife Innovations and Response Team helps developers rescue gopher tortoises from being buried alive at a Florida construction site.
California lawmakers uphold the ban on foie gras -- produced by force-feeding ducks and geese.
California upholds ban on the most inhumane confinement of egg-laying hens, breeding pigs, and veal calves in tiny cages.
Landmark partnership between The HSUS and United Egg Producers leads to federal legislation to improve the lives of egg-laying hens.
Bills introduced in 6 states to ban the sale of and trade in shark fins; 5 states already protect sharks with a trade ban.
Judge ends practice of trainers in the water, upholds OSHA’s citation stemming from the 2010 death of a SeaWorld orca trainer.
After massive outcry, cosmetics company Urban Decay abandons sales in China, a country that requires animal testing.
Pharmaceutical company Idenix commits to a company policy against the use of chimpanzees in invasive animal tests.
Almost 50,000 people have signed the 2012 pledge to help end cosmetics tests on rabbits, mice, and other helpless animals.
Amazon.com bans the sale of whale, dolphin meat on U.S. and Japanese websites after outcry by tens of thousands of supporters.
Boats slowed down in key manatee habitat and swimmers can’t harass them thanks to public outcry and new regulations.
False killer whales in Hawaii proposed for Endangered Species Act listing and fisheries entangling them will be restricted.