The Center for Consumer Freedom takes the Humaine Society of the United States to task for spending so little of their money on animal welfare:
According to new research from the nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF), the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) contributed less than four percent of its $91.5 million budget to hands-on dog and cat shelters in 2007. CCF is criticizing the nationâ€™s largest animal rights group for not doing more to help hard-working local humane societies, calling HSUSâ€™s name “misleading.”
That’s because they aren’t about local animal shelters, they are a radical animal rights group who wants to ban hunting masquerading as an organization that helps animal shelters.Â They are PETA with slicker marketing and PR.
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They are PETA with slicker marketing and PR.
But no naked chicks! Bear suits, yes, but no nudity.
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