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You’d think it would be easy to persuade people to protect prairie dogs: Not only are they a keystone species, with nine other species directly dependent on them for survival, but they’re also irresistibly cute, with big eyes and big personalities. Yet the personable little rodents often find...

To encourage peaceful coexistence with wild animals.

When a young Jane Goodall entered the forests of Tanzania to study wild chimpanzees, neither she nor those supporting her work imagined the influence she would have. Today, Goodall—Ph.D., DBE, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, and United Nations Messenger of Peace—is recognized not only as a...

Writing our annual year-end review is no easy task. We sift through mountains of data, read through reports and try to choose just a few victories that capture the incredible breadth of work we do here at the Humane Society family of organizations. This year, we’re trying something different: We...

Found in almost every major urban, suburban and rural habitat in the 48 adjoining states, raccoons don't know that our trash cans, vegetable gardens, bird feeders and chimneys aren't for them—they’re just trying to survive. When these clever creatures take advantage of the food and shelter we...

In this issue of All Animals, we take you from India—where a dedicated team is using a unique approach to help the country’s street dogs—to Puerto Rico—where a collaborative effort resulted in the rescue of more than 700 animals—and plenty of points in between. Plus, we’re sharing staff members'...

The Humane Society of the United States works with community leaders and animal care and control agencies to create Wild Neighbors communities, where humane and non-lethal solutions are given priority.

Whether you’re a history buff interested in presidential pets or a bird lover curious about how to really feed the birds, this issue of All Animals has something for everyone. We take you from the steps of the Supreme Court to a pangolin rescue operation in South Africa, plus plenty more places in...

Gather your loved ones and hit the grocery store, because this issue of All Animals is chock-full of delicious plant-based recipes fit for a summer feast. You’ll also learn about how to build a backyard pond to support wildlife, why it’s time to end mink farming, how we’re helping rehabilitate more...

For more than two decades, the Humane Society of the United States has welcomed interns hoping to expand and enhance their professional skillset—and broaden their animal welfare knowledge in the process. But the opportunity to fight for all animals hasn’t always been convenient or inclusive; our...

In this issue of All Animals, we’re looking back on 2022 and celebrating some of the year’s biggest wins for animals—all made possible by your support. (Sparing nearly 4,000 beagles from life in a lab was a real milestone!) We’re also sharing a plant-based recipe from one of our chefs at Humane...

Dr. Jane Goodall graces the cover of this issue of All Animals, and we’re proud to share a Q&A between the legendary primatologist and Humane Society International president Jeff Flocken. We’re also rounding up some of the most impactful moments of 2023, checking in with a few of the nearly 4,000...