July 5, 2011
An award-winning documentary, "Elephant in the Living Room" reveals what's wrong with keeping wild animals as pets
June 10, 2011
Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States, released a statement in response to the news that two girls in Fremont, Ohio had been attacked by an escaped pet grivet monkey.
May 11, 2011
With the recent news of another person attacked by a primate kept as a pet, The HSUS and the Richmond SPCA call on Virginia lawmakers to address the issue of private possession of exotic animals.
May 10, 2011
Citizens from across Ohio participating in Humane Lobby Day 2011 will meet with lawmakers to urge them to pass legislation ranging from cracking down on puppy mills and illegal cockfighting, to increasing the penalties for animal abuse and including animals in domestic violence and restraining orders.
April 4, 2011
“Ohio’s Fatal Attractions”: The HSUS Issues Report on 14 of the State’s Most Inhumane and Dangerous Exotic Animal Owners
The HSUS urges Gov. John Kasich and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources to move quickly to issue regulations that will restrict the sale and possession of dangerous wild animals.
March 14, 2011
The documentary film "The Elephant in the Living Room" has wowed audiences and inspired change around the U.S.
February 25, 2011
Kitty suffered terribly for 25 years at the Coulston Foundation, a now-defunct research laboratory in Alamogordo, New Mexico, where she was used as a "breeder." During that time she gave birth to as many as 14 baby chimpanzees, ten of whom were taken away from her.
February 14, 2011
With a “cake” fit for a jungle king, Samson the African Lion celebrates his 10th birthday on Valentine’s Day at the Fund for Animals Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Ramona, California.
February 1, 2011
Hundreds of K-12 student artists entered our Chimps Deserve Better Drawing Contest. Choose your favorite of eight finalists for the People's Choice award. Vote now!
January 14, 2011
When green anoles failed to thrive as classroom pets, fourth-grader Kathryn Koo wanted to make sure the reptiles would go on to have “good lives,” complete with proper care and habitat.