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1. More about Pigs : The Humane Society of the United States
raised them as free-roaming animals; those who escaped into the wild became feral.[16] During the 20th century, European wild boar were brought to the United States as a "game" animal for hunting. Some of these animals escaped and mated with
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2. Feral Cat Organizations : The Humane Society of the United States
Animal Friends Rescue Project: Pacific Grove (spay/neuter)http://www.Animalfriendsrescue.org/ Animal Save: Grass Valley (spay/neuter)http://www.Animalsave.org/ Animal Savers:
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3. Glue Boards : The Humane Society of the United States
as an attractant for the animal the board is intended to catch. Glue boards will snare any animal that comes into contact with them, making them a highly indiscriminate type of trap. What happens to animals caught in glue boards? If the
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4. Michael Vick and End Dogfighting : The Humane Society of the United States
Eagles launched "Treating Animals With Kindness" (TAWK), which provides grants to Animal welfare organizations to protect Animals. The HSUS was selected as one of the grant recipients and received $50,000 grant, which we used to launch our End
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5. Solving Problems with Foxes : The Humane Society of the United States
career focused on these animals. » The Fox Project in the United Kingdom has information on deterrence and other natural history facts about foxes. » Purchase a copy of Wild Neighbors in our shop. » If
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6. Farm Animal Protection : The Humane Society of the United States
The HSUS doing to help farm animals? Because animals raised for meat, eggs, and milk represent more than 95% of the animals killed by humans in the United States, farm animal welfare is a major priority of The HSUS. Whether it be
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7. Found an Injured or Orphaned Animal? : The Humane Society of the United States
signs find help for the animal and safely capture and transport him or her to the appropriate place for treatment. Is the animal really an orphan? Determining whether an animal is an orphan depends upon the animal's age, species, and
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8. Join the Boycott to End the Slaughter : The Humane Society of the United States
The Humane Society of the United States Nigel Barker Animal and environment protection organizations have negotiated for years with the Canadian government to put an end to its seal hunt—the largest
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9. Animal Rescue Team : The Humane Society of the United States
Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Uruguay USA Minor Outlying Islands Uzbekistan Vanuatu Venezuela Vietnam Virgin Islands (British) Virgin Islands (USA) Wallis and Futuna Islands Western Sahara
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10. Peaceable Backyard Kingdom: Protecting Pets and Wildlife : The Humane Societ...
2011 Peaceable Backyard Kingdom: Protecting Pets and Wildlife Keep cats inside for their own safety—and to protect your wild neighbors All Animals magazine, January/February 2011 Cedric Girard/PhotoLibrary by
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