The Fund For Animals And The HSUS Partner On New Animal Care Facilities

As many of you know, January 1, 2005 marked the official union of The Fund for Animals with The Humane Society of the United States (The HSUS). This is the first time in the history of the animal protection movement that two national, high-profile organizations have united in order to advance their common mission. One of the exciting aspects of this union is the "re-christening" of The Fund for Animals as a direct animal care organization. In addition to the world-famous Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch in Texas, our Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in California, and our Rabbit Sanctuary in South Carolina, The Fund will now be working with The HSUS's three direct care facilities, giving our groups an unparalleled depth in hands-on animal care and rescue.

The Cape Wildlife Center: The center, located on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, operates a year-round wildlife rehabilitation clinic, providing care to nearly 1,400 injured, ill, and orphaned wild animals every year. Many of the injuries are a direct or indirect result of human activities or intolerance, so the Wildlife Center also works to humanely to resolve conflicts between people and wildlife on the Cape.

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