Hawaiian Humane Society unjustly killing animals, protesters say
By Dan Nakaso email@example.com
Feb. 19, 2019
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Thirty or so animal rights activists picketed in front of the Hawaiian Humane Society on Monday, alleging that the organization kills animals that are healthy or suffering from easily treatable conditions; violates standard safety procedures and labor practices; and has created a hostile work environment.
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Jana Moore, right, held a (President and CEO Lisa) “Fowler Is Foul” sign during a protest Monday attended by animal rights activists and former Humane Society employees over the way the organization allegedly treats animals under its care, and its employees. Moore is a former Humane Society employee who quit after three months because its work environment, she said.