by MPD
Categories: Animals
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What do you get when you combine a real-life rockstar with a rockstar organization? A king-kong, mega, super, jumbo, rockstar campaign!

Singer/activist Sheryl Crow has teamed up with The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) to help promote the Humane Hero program — a tax-deductible monthly giving campaign.

According to Crow, “As a Humane Hero you’ll stand with The Humane Society of the United States every month as they shut down puppy mills, save animals from natural and man-made emergencies, end the barbaric Canadian seal hunt, stop dogfighting and other forms of animal cruelty, and so much more.”

To add a little sugar to the deal, Sheryl is giving away a free download of her new song, “Our Love is Fading,” to every person who makes a pledge. Of course, you’ll also get a free subscription to The HSUS magazine, All Animals.

Want to learn more? Check out Sheryl’s video below and then visit HSUS.org to get involved.

  • Bob

    As if I needed another reason not to like her, other than the crappy music.

    “As a Humane Hero you’ll stand with a vegan lobbying group that tries to disguise itself as an animal welfare organization. You’ll help to pay their legal bills in the federal racketeering lawsuit they are currently facing. You’ll help them pay to produce expensive ad campaigns that mislead people about the well regulated Canadian seal hunt so they can raise even more money from the gullible. You’ll help them misuse funds like the millions they were supposed to use to help animals who suffered because of Hurricane Katrina.”

  • http://antisealingcoalition.ca Bridget Curran

    Wow Bob, you sound like a brainwashed member of Centre for Consumer Freedom, that lobby front group for the drug, alcohol and tobacco industries which thinks Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is evil and corrupt. But then, given your pointed comment about the Canadian commercial seal slaughter, perhaps you’re a member of the Canadian government or one of the professional lackeys they’re paying with our tax dollars to monitor online conversations about the annual seal kill.

    As for the “well regulated Canadian seal hunt”, surely you jest. Yes, there are regulations but are they followed? No, they’re not. I’ve documented the seal slaughter every year for the past four years and every year we see the same blatant violations of the regulations and license conditions which result in extreme animal cruelty. DFO lacks the physical capability and the will to monitor sealers and make arrests when violations occur. Perhaps *you* should go observe it, yourself, before trying to claim it’s “well regulated.”