Imagine your children and grandchildren never knowing the love and responsibility of sharing their lives with a pet, never learning to train an animal, ride a horse, or experience life on a ranch or farm...


There is currently legislation in our states that support the ULTIMATE AGENDA of 'animal rights' organizations.
Know what's going on, and who would love to see the extinction of the domestic pet.

Also know that there is a HUGE difference between Animal Rights organizations and Animal Welfare organizations*.

The line, "one generation and out" is part of a quote by Wayne Pacelle, CEO of the HSUS. He would like to see the extinction
of all domestic animals. Animal rights activists in this country have a huge push to stop any and all animal "usage" in this country
and the world. The lead groups are HSUS (Humane Society of the United States) and PETA (People for the Ethical
Treatment of Animals). ALF (Animal Liberation Front) is a more militant group which uses terrorist acts to make their point.

*Animal Rights is based on the idea that humans must not use or own animals at all. The organizations who support this philosophy work by changing the laws to eliminate the raising of farm animals for food and clothing, hunting, trapping, fishing, rodeos, circuses, zoos, the use of animals in lifesaving research, and the breeding and ownership of all animals as pets and companions. Animal Welfare is based on the principles of humane care and use of animals. When one supports the idea of animal welfare it means they believe that humans have the right to use animals and own them, but with that use and ownership they must take responsibility to provide proper and humane care and treatment. Organizations that support animal welfare are those who work to improve the treatment and well-being of animals.



Check the websites below to find out what is happening in your state and nationally. What you can do to fight back?

We have been way too passive and silent, while a powerful vocal minority has pushed its will on us! JOIN TOGETHER AS CITIZENS!

Animal Rights is Wrong by Loretta Baughan

It always amazes me to see how many people fall prey to the slick photos of puppies and kittens national animal rights groups use to solicit donations. Too often, people who support these organizations are misled into thinking they are actually helping animals or their local humane societies. Despite having a name that suggests an active role in overseeing or operating local humane societies, in reality the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is little more than a $200-million dollar lobbying organization tirelessly working to ramrod their anti-animal, anti-people agenda into law. On occasions where cases of animal abuse or neglect become the focus of media attention, HSUS often sweeps into town to hog the spotlight while soliciting donations from the unsuspecting public. Like a thief in the night, HSUS packs up and exits - along with the public's donations - as soon as the media's attention fades, leaving struggling, underfunded local animal shelters and rescue groups bearing the financial burden of care for the confiscated animals.

"The Humane Society of the United States works with local Humane Societies across the country. We don't control every local Humane Society in this nation. These organizations strive to the greatest degree to provide homes for animals and to encourage adoption, to spay and neuter animals. And if a decision is made to euthanize, it is a failure of society, not the local organizations who are striving to do their best."
--Wayne Pacelle, President and CEO The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) testimony at the Methamphetamine Enforcement and Treatment Act of 2007, the Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act of 2007, and the Preventing Harassment Through Outbound Number Enforcement (Phone) Act of 2007 hearing before the subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security; Committee of the Judiciary in the House of Representatives, February 6, 2007, pg 104

"Primarily they felt that the organization took on many issues purely for their publicity value, regardless of the facts of the case; subtly misrepresented itself in its fund-raising efforts by leading contributors to believe they were donating to local humane societies for animal rescue, when in fact these groups received no money from HSUS; and frequently sought to gain credit for the work of smaller less funded organizations."
--Dogs Best Friend by Mark Derr (2004), pg 257

To see Loretta Baughan's full article on this very important subject, go here :

SPECIAL NOTE: The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) spent $29,000 in June, trying to influence Virginia's election for Governor.
Susan Wolf
Sportsmen's and Animal Owners' Voting Alliance -
Issue lobbying and working to identify and elect supportive legislators