The Weekly Watch #3: Mary Kay Vanishing Cream and Shelter Profiteering
If you were reading HumaneWatch all week, you learned …
- The case of vanishing corporate logos struck once again. This time, Mary Kay applied its own vanishing cream to an HSUS fundraiser in Dallas.
- Dairymen have always known a friend when they see one. And now they know how to spot their number-one enemy too.
- When HSUS escorts a convicted dog fighter to receive a “courage” award, no one should be surprised when protesters show up
- HSUS is supporting a federal bill to force the federal government to pay more for food whose production isn't necessarily any more "humane" for livestock.
Not only does a minuscule part of HSUS’s budget go to hands-on pet shelters, but the group is charging $25,000 to evaluate a shelter in Dallas.
Come back soon for more truth-telling, research-sharing, and analysis of America's richest animal rights group!