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  • September 2, 2010

    Cape Wildlife Center Readies For Hurricane Earl

    While Massachusetts residents are closely watching Hurricane Earl as it heads toward the East Coast, more than 84 small wild animal patients temporarily living at Cape Wildlife Center--a full-time emergency care and wildlife rehabilitation center in Cape Cod, Mass.—have nothing to fear: contingency plans are firmly in place.

  • September 1, 2010

    A Turtle's New Shell

    The Humane Society of the United States / SPCA Wildlife Care Center

    After being run over by a car, a female freshwater turtle was brought into our Wildlife Care Center in South Florida, where Dr. Stefan Harsch performed amazing surgery to save her.

  • September 1, 2010

    It's a Wild Ride in South Florida

    The Humane Society of the United States / SPCA Wildlife Care Center

    Laura Gottlieb, director of development for the SPCA Wildlife Care Center, rides shotgun with Chester Lewis, one of the center's wildlife ambulance drivers.

  • August 23, 2010

    Theresa Barbo, New Cape Wildlife Center Director

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    Theresa Barbo, the newly installed director of The HSUS/Fund for Animals Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, Mass., has long been active in the Cape Cod community and civic circles. Learn more about her varied and distinguished career.

  • August 20, 2010

    From Dirty Laundry to a Bird's Happy Ending

    An osprey who was injured in a violent storm last month has been renested outside her rescuer’s Cape Cod home in a laundry basket.

  • August 20, 2010

    Duchess Sanctuary Earns Accreditation from Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries

    The HSUS and The Fund for Animals are proud to announce that their Oregon sanctuary for rescued horses, Duchess Sanctuary, has been accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries.

  • August 18, 2010

    Osprey Family Lands in Laundry Basket

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    When a violent summer storm blew through Cape Cod, an osprey nest with two baby birds was tossed from tree top to the water below. Thanks to quick thinking, one of the babies was saved and a new home was in place the next day.

  • July 20, 2010

    Mr. Fantastic: A Fox Dad Accepts Orphans As Own

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    After successful treatment for severe mange at The Fund for Animals Wildlife Care Center, a fox parent of one adopts two orphans. They were released back into the wild as a family.

  • July 16, 2010

    Theresa Barbo Appointed Director of Cape Wildlife Center

    Theresa M. Barbo has been appointed director of the Cape Wildlife Center in Barnstable, Mass., one of five animal care centers operated by The HSUS.

  • June 29, 2010

    Volunteer For Animals Affected by Oil Spill

    The Humane Society of the United States

    Designated state volunteer agencies in the Gulf are ramping up to make sure they have a full bank of trained and certified volunteers for deployment at the ready. HSUS volunteers from NDART and WCC are standing by.

  • June 17, 2010

    Babe, Forever In Our Hearts

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    Babe, a most beloved African elephant, lived at our Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch for 14 years after being discarded from a traveling circus. She died Monday surrounded by those who loved her most.

  • June 17, 2010

    Memories of Babe

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    A fond farewell to Babe, an African elephant who lived for 14 good years at the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch after abuse and neglect before coming to the sanctuary.

  • June 4, 2010

    Tragic Consequences for Wildlife—And Other Gulf Coast Animals

    The Humane Society of the United States

    “We share the nation’s anguish at the plight of animals in the Gulf. We condemn those who have sentenced so many wild creatures to death and suffering.”—Wayne Pacelle, HSUS president and CEO

  • June 1, 2010

    Oil Taking Terrible Toll on Gulf Wildlife

    The Humane Society of the United States

    In warehouses now converted to emergency wildlife centers throughout the Gulf Coast, highly trained workers are caring for wildlife impacted by the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster.

  • May 25, 2010

    The Unleading of a Swan

    The Humane Society of the United States / The Fund for Animals

    When we first examined the male mute swan, we were at a loss of what could cause these clinical signs. Blood tests revealed the problem: he had a very high level of lead in his system – nearly enough to kill him.

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