Raccoons, groundhogs, and skunks are part of wild, wonderful Pennsylvania. HAP is working on a campaign to educate residents of Allegheny County and beyond on humane harassment techniques that serve as an alternative to trapping.
On Tuesday, March 23, Pittsburgh City Council unanimously passed Ordinance No. 36, which bans the ownership of any Crocodilian species or any Red-eared slider, which includes alligators, crocodiles, caimans, gharials, and red-eared slider turtles.
Following years of behind-the-scenes work by HAP leadership, on Friday, March 19, the Pittsburgh Zoo announced they were finally beginning the process of achieving AZA accreditation once again.
On Tuesday, March 23, four people were arrested after a HAP member found ten pigeons convulsing on the ground near the Frick Building downtown Pittsburgh on Thanksgiving Day last year.
Did you know that in addition to hurting animals, eating animal products wreaks havoc on our environment and our health? For every day you eat vegan rather than consuming animal products, you save precious resources and at least one animal.
HAP brings the animal community together every six weeks to discuss current local, state, and federal animal issues. We give you the information you need to prioritize animal concerns with your community leaders and make the most effective and efficient use of your animal protection time.