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Sheryl Crow PSA

Musician Sheryl Crow is the latest celebrity to advocate for animals as an official HSUS Humane Hero.

This week, musician and animal activist Sheryl Crow became the latest celebrity to speak out against animal neglect and cruelty through the Humane Society of the United States’ (HSUS) new monthly Humane Hero campaign. Crow lends a new song, “Summer Day,” from her forthcoming album 100 Miles From Memphis, to the public service announcement, and everyone who enrolls in the program is gifted a free download of the song “Our Love is Fading” from the same album. As an HSUS spokeswoman, Crow asks viewers to help end cruelty to animals by pledging funds to the tax-deductible, monthly giving campaign.

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