HSUS announced its new dog food, inappropriately labeled Humane Choice. The meatless product uses no animal protein among its ingredients. Why are we even surprised at the total arrogance of HSUS in marketing a product that will impose their vegan philosophy on canines.
Turning Dogs into Vegans: Proof that HSUS Follows the Animal Rights Religion
Friday, February 5, 2010, 12:39 PM by Wesley J. Smith
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is the richest animal rights organization, I think, in the world, with assets of more than $200 million. Unlike the SPCAs around the country and other humane societies that have no connection to HSUS, it is not an animal welfare organization that merely seeks to improve the treatment of animals. It is animal rights all the way.
But it is also very cleverly hides its true goals. HSUS’s leader, Wayne Pacelle, is very professional. He wears suits, he speaks softly, and unlike PETA’s alpha wolf Ingrid Newkirk, he doesn’t openly spout the animal rights dogma. But he is a true believer, and HSUS–which owns no [update: pet] shelters–is in a cold war of attrition against all animal industries, albeit one that employs legitimate tools of democracy, such as the lawsuit and public democratic initiative, to make life difficult for animal industries.
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