Study: Most ASPCA Money Funds Radical Politics, Little Goes To Animal Shelters

The report says that the ASPCA gives only 2% of its money to animal shelters, keeps millions of dollars in off-shore bank accounts, while pushing anti-farmer and other radical initiatives.

One of the country’s most prominent animal welfare groups is sitting on hundreds of millions of dollars — including millions in offshore Caribbean accounts — and doling out six-figure salaries to employees while giving just 2% of its budget to pet shelters, according to an explosive new report.

The Center for the Environment and Welfare (CEW), a newly formed think tank, announced this week the launch of a paid media campaign to “expose the duplicity” of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), a nonprofit with the stated mission of preventing animal cruelty throughout the United States.

The ASPCA has become a household name through its tear-jerking commercials showing images of abused dogs and cats in need of help with Sarah McLachlan singing a sad song in the background. According to CEW, however, the ASCPA is focused more on enriching itself and pushing a radical political agenda than helping pets in need.

Additionally, in conjunction with 40 other animal rights groups, the ASPCA is participating in a campaign to enact a nationwide moratorium on new and expanding large animal feeding operations which would require existing ones to shut down by 2040. Doing this would seriously curtail meat production, resulting in not only in food shortages but also eventual starvations and even death.

Another example of sinister organizations who accept donations from well-meaning people who then use the money to push radical, anti-human agendas. Like the Humane Society, ASPCA is just another PETA in suits.