humane society

Waynce Pacelle is the President and CEO of the Humane Society, an incredible organization that works hard to end animal abuse. You can find out more about the variety of work they do -- on their official website here.

On the show, Ellen and Wayne talked about Missouri Proposition B. Voters recently passed Prop B, which ends the abusive practices of puppy mills, but the Missouri legislature has overturned it. Wayne and Ellen are urging everyone to contact Missouri Governor Jay Nixon to stand by the will of the voters and support Prop B. You can do so with the following information:

Office of Governor Jay Nixon
P.O. Box 720
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Phone: (573) 751-3222
Media Inquiries: (573) 751-0290
media@mo.gov

Ellen and Wayne are also dedicated to ending the brutal seal hunting that is currently happening in Canada. You can learn more right here.

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Chiagozie Chris-chyke Iloegbunam
181 days ago

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Harold Haber
456 days ago

The president of the Humane Society made a pitch for viewers to lobby against state laws thatwould criminalize undercover recording of animals on farms. What are reasons that these bills arebeing passed? I would like to help but I needto understand allofthe issues.

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