Humane Society

A humane society is a group that aims to end animal suffering due to cruelty or other reasons. In many countries, the term is usually used for a Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).
In the UK, such companies can provide water rescue, prevention and recovery services or help save lives by preventing and saving animal suffering due to animal cruelty. The Glasgow Humane Society is a prevention / rescue / recovery group set up to cover the waterways in Greater Glasgow, Scotland.
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) does not fund or operate a local humane society. The American Humane Association, founded in 1877 as a group of local organizations to prevent cruelty to children and animals, includes a number of nonhuman and unprotected humane animal societies. It is also the People’s Pharmacy for Sick Animals (PDSA), established to treat sick and injured animals and the poor, and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ASPCA), a nonprofit organization for farm animals.
In 1994, the industry magazine Chronicle of Philanthropy published its annual list of the top 100 philanthropic organizations in the United States. The Shelter Pet Project, which is dedicated to raising awareness of animal shelters and promoting adoption.
Prevention of cruelty to animals, which regards mercury as a pioneer in the fight against cruelty to animals and the prevention of cruelty and neglect in animal shelters.
New Zealand adopted the English Protection of Animals Act of 1835, and the early British settlers brought the laws of England with them. The first SPCA was founded in 1836 in New Zealand, which was quickly followed by other companies. This law was replaced by the Animal Welfare Act, the first animal welfare law in the world. There was also a first “SPCA” in Canada, with the Canadian S PCA founded in Montreal in 1869 as a result of a partnership between the Humane Society of the United States and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.