I’ll say one thing for the Humane Society of the United States: These guys are everywhere. You can’t turn on Fox News without seeing their ads with the adorable cats and dogs locked in cages at animal shelters, their sad eyes pleading for your $19 per month. It’s a compelling pitch—puppies are popular—but this “Humane Society” is five times more likely to fund an executive’s retirement fund than a hands-on pet shelter. Numbers don’t lie: ...

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