Don't Be Fooled
Aside from one of their objectives is ending the country of animal ag production … the fact that they put more monies in their employees pensions than they do in donations to local animal shelters should be enough to cause anyone concern.
According to HSUS 2013 tax return, only about 1 percent — one penny on the dollar — of their $120 million budget is grants going to support local pet shelters. Its pension plan gained $2.5 million.
Fundraising-related expenses takes up 35 percent of HSUS’ budget — that is a whopping $42 million spent to merely raise more money.
If you are looking to make a difference in the lives of animals, I encourage you to look and donate locally. There are many amazing pet shelters that could really put your donation to use to help cats and dogs. Give where your money can really make a difference.