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Christmas plus forever homes for rescued puppies equals a whole lot of cuteness and love going on. That was the idea behind the Kansas Humane Society’s unusual decision to play Santa Claus by delivering kittens, dogs, cats, and puppies on Christmas Day. Show More Summary
The Jolly Old Elf is, at this very moment, delivering presents all over the world. Were you naughty or nice this year, Sammy? Never mind. The Big Guy knows all. (“This is Sam. He met Santa at the Edmonton Humane Society last week and asked for treats and cuddles for Christmas. He was adopted from […]
The HSUS and Humane Society International are about protecting all animals. And nowhere is that more evident than our campaign to help the biggest category of animals at risk – farm animals. With legislative, corporate, judicial, rural...Show More Summary
Eddie the Chihuahua had been up for adoption for 15 months, and things didn't look good. He wasn't a very nice dog. In face, he was a mean dog. He was a mean little Chihuahua. Share this image As a result, the Humane Society of Silicon...Show More Summary
It was beginning to look a lot like the worst Christmas ever for the Pickens County Humane Society. The shelter in Liberty, S.C., which houses a capacity of 120 dogs and cats in need of adoption and care, was close to being without a home itself. Financial hard times threatened to close the shelter's doors for good. Show More Summary
Daniel Rohrer Jr. claims he is running a cattle farm dedicated to producing top-quality meat, but the Washington County Humane Society in Maryland couldn’t disagree more. On November 24, after several anonymous tips, a warrant was issued to search the farm located in the bucolic countryside of Boonsboro, Maryland, about an hour from Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
Nikki Reed gives some loving to dog Zeus and his owner O’Hara Owens during an in-home visit to her home in Moreauville, Louisiana on Thursday afternoon (December 18). The 26-year-old actress made a special in home visit with The Humane Society of the United States after hearing about O’Hara and almost losing her dog due [...]
The lack of affordable, safe, and supportive housing is a scourge on society. It costs $90K to maintain a human being on the streets for a year, compared to $18K to provide supportive housing to a previously homeless person. Over the...Show More Summary
In The Theory of Moral Sentiments, Adam Smith distinguishes two kinds of social order:"It is thus that man, who can subsist only in society, was fitted by nature to that situation for which he was made. All the members of human society stand in need of each others assistance, and are likewise exposed to mutual injuries. Show More Summary
"Unethical hacks are life hacks that will help you advance through life by taking advantage of loopholes in society." I'm thinking these could somehow be used to create a game in the vein of Cards Against Humanity.
…and it’s good enough for “Desdemona,” a bunny and cookie thief. Photo by Kem Sypher, winner of the 2004 Oregon Humane Society’s photo contest. Submitted by Bens, who wishes us all a Merry Pigmas. [Throwback Thursday Original Posting™. -Ed.]Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Throwback Thursday
The Humane Society of Silicon Valley posted an ad for a chihuahua who needs a home. They don’t pull any punches about Eddie the Terrible. They lay out three big reasons Eddie might not be the dog you want. Here’s one. 2) Want your kids to grow up with a full complement of fingers and toes? Not the dog for you.Some dogs love kids. Show More Summary
It's always the little ones. (via HSSV) Someone at the Humane Society of Silicon Valley decided that to find a home for "Eddie the Terrible," they'd have to be brutally honest up front. "How does so much naughty exist in one dog?" asks...Show More Summary
World Poultry Vol. 30 #8 featured the headline: “US consumers want more humanely raised chicken”. The report was based on a survey conducted by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). Nowhere is it stated how the survey was carried out. Was it among ASPCA members? High net-worth consumers?
At The HSUS and Humane Society International, our most important measure is driving positive change on the biggest issues for animals in the United States and abroad. We take on the tough fights, and we so appreciate your steadfast support... ...Show More Summary
They say honesty is the best policy and that’s exactly what the Humane Society of Silicon Valley decided to go with when writing a blog about one of its adoptable dogs Read More The post Brutally Honest Dog Adoption Ad Describes ‘Terrible’ Dog appeared first on Ecorazzi.
[ 18 December 2014 at 8:00 pm; 19 December 2014 at 7:30 pm; 20 December 2014 at 2:00 pm; 20 December 2014 at 8:00 pm; ] It’s well said that the true measure of a humane society is how well it treats its most vulnerable. For me, just as true is the idea that humanity’s narrative and values are central to the arts. Show More Summary
Submitted by Daniel Drew via Dark Bid blog, The most efficient outcome is the one without human involvement. That is the problem of efficiency. Throughout our entire lives, we have been trained to focus on how to get the most work done in the least amount of time. Show More Summary
For one lovable wee demon of a dog, the Humane Society Silicon Valley has put up up the funniest, most radically honest pet adoption listing we've ever come across. "Eddie the Terrible," as this 2-year-old Chihuahua is known, is bad with kids. Show More Summary