Humane Sociey of the United States
"All thoughtful persons recognize that cruelty is an evil that should be eradicated from our society, not merely for the sake of animals, but for our own good. We know that cruelty, whether to animals or men, causes in the perpetrator a moral and cultural erosion that is harmful to the whole society."—Fred Myers
Fred Myers was the co-founder of the HSUS.He Led the campaign for a national humane slaughter law, initiated crucial investigations of laboratory animal use, and sought to strengthen standards of practice at nation's animal shelters. Fred Myers provided the essential vision, determination, and direction the fledging organization needed. He was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. His father owned a news paper stand and Fred Myers made his way from copy boy, to club reporter, to mature journalist. He wrote for the Kansas city journal and the New York mirror. Before joining the AHA (American Humane Association) in 1952, Myers worked in public relations for the New School and the New York Central Railroad.The HSUS formed on November 22, 1954, with the help from Myers and the other co-founders,Larry Andrews, Marcia Glaser, and Helen Jones.
The Mission of The Humane Society of the United States is to create a humane and sustainable world for all animals, and people.
They help animals by advocating for better laws to protect animals; conducting campaigns to reform industries; providing animal rescueand emergency response; investigating cases of animal cruelty; and caring for animals through our sanctuary and wildlife rehibillitation centers.
More Than 90 Animals Rescued from Arkansas
HSUS: Animal Rescue Team