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Only 1% of HSUS's budget goes to local pet shelters, where does the other 99% go?

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Only 1% of HSUS's budget goes to local pet shelters, where does the other 99% go?

As we've previously reported, only about 1% of the budget of the deceptively named Humane Society of the United States goes to local pet shelters, and the organization doesn’t operate any shelters of its own. Not that you’d learn these facts from HSUS’s ads, which are full of dogs and cats. An examination of HSUS’s 2013 tax return (the most recent available) reveals that although the extreme animal-liberation group took in more than $130 million in revenues, very little went to local pet shelters. How much went to help pet shelters in your state? Take a look at the map below (PDF). The answer may shock you.

Read the complete article: Humane Watch

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