We do have the most comprehensive programs in the United States and throughout the world to help all animals. Here's just some of what we do:
• Aiding shelters, especially when natural disasters and cruelty cases overwhelm their capacity to respond.
• Leading the nation's most ambitious projects to reduce pet overpopulation and thereby reduce pressure on local shelters and rescues.
• Providing sanctuary, rehabilitation, veterinary treatment, and other direct care for more animals than any other group – more than 118,000 animals assisted in 2013 alone.
• Combatting puppy mills, organized animal fighting, wildlife poaching, Canada's commercial seal slaughter, and many other large-scale animal abuses.
• Managing a coast-to-coast network of nature preserves, through our Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust.
• Working to end the suffering of street dogs in countries around the globe.
• Combatting the trade in wildlife here and abroad, whether it's sharks, elephants, rhinos or other creatures whose parts put them at risk.