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Which Companies Support HSUS?



reposted from HumaneWatch.org

Just as many donors to HSUS have no idea how their money is being used—or misused—a number of companies have partnerships with HSUS and likely have no idea who they’ve gotten in bed with. We’ve encouraged supporters to contact a number of companies in the past to inform them about HSUS, and we’ve had clear success in getting companies to sever ties with HSUS.

Many of our readers don’t want to support companies that support HSUS. Here’s a list of the companies supporting HSUS. We’ll keep it updated with both current and former supporters. We’ll keep reaching out to current supporters—and we’ll need your help, as always. Stay tuned.

 

Former Supporters

Discover

Bosch North America

Pilot Travel Centers

Precious Kitty

Mary Kay

Yellow Tail Wines

Hill’s Science Diet

Atlantic Publishing

Jordan Vineyard and Winery

Bank of America

Tommy Bahama

 

Current General Supporters

Bissell

Grounds for Change

Goodshop

glassybaby

Tofurky

TisBest

Candle Café

Petplan Pet Insurance

Wine.com

Fred Meyer Jewelers

SurveyMonkey

GIV Mobile

GreaterGood / The Animal Rescue Site

AmazonSmile

eBay

Rover.com

Zazzle

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