January 19, 2012
The Humane Society of the United States commends the Indiana Senate for passing S.B. 11, sponsored by Sen. James Arnold – District 8.
December 29, 2011
In 2011, The HSUS worked with law enforcement and local agencies to rescue 5,177 animals from neglect and cruelty situations, inhumane puppy mill breeding operations, and animal fighting rings.
December 23, 2011
HSUS President and CEO Wayne Pacelle discusses The HSUS' top 10 victories in 2011.
December 15, 2011
The HSUS supplied key information that led to the raid of an alleged cockfighting breeding facility in Santa Fe, Texas by a multi-agency effort on the part of the Galveston Police Department, University of Texas Police Department, Galveston County Sheriff’s Department, Santa Fe Police Department, Galveston County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office and RAIDER Officers from Harris County Precinct 6.
December 6, 2011
The HSUS and Humane Society Legislative Fund applaud four U.S. Senators for today introducing the bipartisan Animal Fighting Spectator Prohibition Act of 2011, which would prohibit knowing attendance at organized animal fights and impose additional penalties for causing a minor to attend such events.
November 20, 2011
The Humane Society of the United States assisted in the raid of an alleged cockfighting operation in Gold Bar, Wash., by the Monroe Police Department.
October 8, 2011
Championed by The Humane Society of the United States and other advocacy organizations, backed by Californians, and supported by overwhelmingly bi-partisan votes in the Legislature, the seven bills signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown this session add to California’s track record as a front-runner in initiating path-breaking animal protection legislation.
October 4, 2011
Authorities seized 71 roosters from suspected cockfighters at a remote New York property, along with weapons and drugs. See the video.
September 30, 2011
Animal fighting experts from The HSUS's Animal Rescue Team deployed to help the New York State Police raid an alleged cockfighting operation at a remote rural property.
September 13, 2011
Tougher Animal Fighting Law Takes Effect as The HSUS Conducts Training at N.Y. State Sheriffs’ Association Conference
In New York, anyone who knowingly attends a dogfight or cockfight will now be charged with a misdemeanor crime punishable by up to three months in prison and a $500 fine. A second offense will carry up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine.