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The Fund for Animals, for which I have been a proud spokesperson since 2001, was founded in 1967 by author and animal advocate, the late Cleveland Amory. They have spearheaded some of the most significant events in the history of the animal protection movement, working successfully on advocacy campaigns, education, protection and rights.

The Fund is also responsible for running three world-famous animal care facilities: The Black Beauty Ranch, a 1,430-acre refuge in TX for over 600 rescued animals; The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Ramona, CA , a five acre facility serving as a hospital and nursery for native species of wild mammals and birds with a fully equipped medical center tending to special needs of ill, injured and orphaned wildlife; and a Rabbit Sanctuary for rescued rabbits on a 30-acre farm established specifically for domestic rabbits.

In 2005, The Fund joined forces with The Humane Society of the United States in an unprecedented and historic combination. It was the first time in the history of the movement that two national, high-profile organizations united in order to advance their common mission.

The accomplishments made by The HSUS over the past 50 years are far too extensive to mention here. I could not do them justice by just listing a few “highlights.” Instead, I urge you to visit their website and learn more

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