Only 1 percent of the money raised by the Humane Society of the United States is given to local pet shelters, according to its tax return.
HSUS doesn’t run a single pet shelter — anywhere.
HSUS gets a “D” grade from CharityWatch for spending as much as half of its budget on overhead.
Financial filings show that HSUS stuffed $50 million away in Caribbean hedge funds—far away from helping needy pets.
HSUS paid nearly $11 million to settle a racketeering and bribery lawsuit after it was caught secretively paying a witness who lied under oath.
Public records show that HSUS raised over $2 million after Hurricane Sandy, yet spent only one-third on Sandy relief.