Serial - All Animals 2009-15

Volume 15 | Issue 3 (MAY / JUN 2013)



To the Rescue

Cats find shelter after the superstorm; Rosie goes from dogfighting victim to artist’s inspiration.


Front Lines

Big Pork’s Big Scam; Horse Slaughter in the Spotlight; Filling Their Bowls; Conscious Capitalism; Meat-Free in L.A.; A Friend to Greyhounds


Anatomy of a Puppy Mill Raid

An estimated 10,000 U.S. puppy mills breed animals in squalid conditions. Shutting each one down is a struggle all its own.


Haven Can’t Wait

A Louisiana sanctuary prepares to welcome more than 100 chimpanzees being permanently retired from research—the latest and most tangible milestone in a decades-long push to end invasive experiments on our closest genetic relative.


Fair Game?

“It’s shoot first, ask questions later”: States are rolling back protections for gray wolves on the heels of the species’ fragile recovery. In Michigan, an HSUS-supported coalition is taking the issue to voters.



Carrie On!

“We all need each other”: Cat-smitten Dancing with the Stars judge and Genesis host Carrie Ann Inaba extends a helping hand to shelters.


Humane Living

Don’t Bug Out!

Roaches and aphids and slugs, oh my: Put down that can of Raid and embrace people- and animal-friendly techniques for insect control.

Recipe Box

Tuna-free salad: This hearty sandwich will please tuna fans and haters alike.

In the Limelight

Uggie trainer shares The Artist star’s rags-to-riches tale; Read Humane this summer.


Hometown Heroes

Restaurants for Rescue

“The more money we make, the more we’re able to help more animals”: On a 61-acre Virginia ranch, entrepreneurs funnel day-job profits into helping cats and dogs.


Your Pet

The Dog-Scaped Yard

Does your backyard suffer the effects of one too many squirrel patrols and digging frenzies? Check out these ideas for satisfying your dog’s instincts without sacrificing aesthetics.


Celebrating Animals

Photos from our readers