Founded in 1988 by cowboy, rancher, rodeo rider and clown, photographer, essayist, author of 18 books, World War II veteran, naturalist and conservationist Dayton O. Hyde, Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary in Hot Springs, South Dakota, is a safe haven and forever home for wild … Continue reading Spanish Mustang Spirit of the Black Hills Preservation Project & Wild Horse Sponsorships at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary
Today New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed into law a bill that prohibits the use of elephants in circuses, just months after New York City outlawed the use of wild animals in circus acts. In June, the state assembly and senate passed S.2098b/A.464b, sponsored by state Sen. Terrence Murphy, R-Yorktown, and Assemblywoman Amy Paulin,
One of the questions I often get asked by supporters is, how can they get more involved with The HSUS and with the cause of animal protection? I want to offer some broad strokes on how advocates, including you, can help advance our cause.
There are many ways you can choose to help, such as adopting a pet, choosing products that not tested on animals, participating in Meatless Mondays, volunteering with The HSUS or with your local animal shelter or rescue, or writing letters to your editor on issues that affect animals. People who take these actions can become a powerful force in their communities, in the political arena, and in the marketplace. When lots of people join in, they can exert a tremendous, collective impact on the lives of animals.
I have one more request: as you look through this list, please also share it with family and friends interested in advocating for animal protection issues.