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  • Say "Cheezburger"

    Animal Humane Society capitalizes on viral cat video trend.

  • Bully Pulpit

    SPCA Serving Eerie County takes on breed rebranding campaign

  • The Boys Who Cried Woof

    Young activists push to shut down puppy mills in Pennsylvania state

  • Battered Bodies, Unbreakable Spirits

    Group promotes adoption and retention of dogs with disabilities

  • A Little Help for Our Little Friends

    In the March/April 2014 cover story, read how putting the spotlight on your little critters by posting colorful photos, giving them fun names, and placing them in high-traffic areas are just a few ways to boost small-animal adoption rates.

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  • The Shelter Pet Project Social Media

    The Shelter Pet Project is the first national campaign created to unify large animal welfare organizations with shelters across the country for one specific goal – to increase pet adoption. In partnership with Maddie’s Fund and the Ad Council, The HSUS is happy to launch the latest creative media designed to help you solicit more adopters and save more lives! It’s no news to you, but we want everyone to know that there is an amazing shelter pet ready and waiting to meet them at their local shelter.

  • The Shelter Pet Project

    The Shelter Pet Project is an unprecedented three-year media campaign aimed at boosting pet adoptions nationwide. A collaborative effort by The Humane Society of the United States, Maddie's Fund, and the Ad Council, in partnership with the entire animal welfare community, The Shelter Pet Project has the potental to change the lives of millions of animals.

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