What Sets HSI Apart
Active on nearly every continent, HSI is one of the few international animal protection organizations working to protect all animals—including animals in laboratories, farm animals, companion animals and wildlife.
We are deeply committed to extending our reach and to expanding our services and support to local organizations around the world.
900 dogs, cats, chickens, horses and other animals treated by HSI after the 2018 Volcan de Fuego eruption in Guatemala
38 countries —including the entire European Union, India, New Zealand and Australia— had outlawed animal testing for cosmetics as of 2018
80,000 dogs vaccinated in the Philippines by HSI and partners in 2018
Our Work is Global
HSI campaigns around the world to help the greatest possible number of animals and to save those who are suffering from the most severe abuse, investing our time, effort and resources in ways that will make a real difference. Learn more about our multinational areas of focus.
We’re fighting to improve the lives of the millions of animals trapped inhumanely in cages and crates.studiodr/iStock.com
We’re working to save more than 100 million animals from suffering and death in laboratories worldwide.Michael Kloth/Alamy
We’re dedicated to protecting wildlife from cruelty, exploitation, conflict with humans and loss of habitat.SeppFriedHuber/Getty Images istock
We deal with cruelty, neglect and overpopulation and do hands-on rescue of companion animals from a variety of bad situations.CAPP
Whether through disaster response, education and training or participation in treaty negotiations, we’re fighting for animals on every front.HSI/India
Our Work is Local
Humane Society International leads the way in animal protection. With hundreds of thousands of supporters, we are a voice for all animals. We educate, investigate, advocate and act, working to prevent cruelty and promote compassion.
With a presence in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Japan, Latin America, Liberia, Mauritius, Mexico, South Africa, South Korea, Southeast Asia, the Philippines the United Kingdom, the United States and Viet Nam, we’re continuing to expand our operations to help animals worldwide.