This is the annual report that HSUS published to describe its program priorities in 2005. It contains a message from president Wayne Pacelle to supporters, testimonials from a selection of HSUS employees, a list of major donors, and a summary of its program accomplishments and consolidated financial data.
Following the 2004 merger with the Fund for Animals (FFA), HSUS and FFA jointly launched a variety of programs to attack the fur industry, hunting organizations, large-scale livestock farming, and animal fighting. Other programs include the “No Battery Eggs” campaign to regulate egg farmers, the “Protect Seals” campaign to protest seal hunting in Canada, and the founding of the Humane Society Legislative Fund.
The 2005 HSUS annual report also contains a special section on HSUS recovery efforts after Hurricane Katrina.
HSUS removed this document from its website in October 2010.
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