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PETA killed 95% of the animals entrusted to them

That’s right. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals killed 95% of the animals it took into custody last year: 2,124 killed, and only 7 placed in adoptive homes. Don’t believe me? Read the report that PETA submitted to the State of Virginia.
PETA’s rebuttal to the report? Lame and evasive, to put it mildly.
PETA’s founder, Ingrid Newkirk, says “When it comes to pain, love, joy, loneliness, and fear, a rat is a pig is a dog is a boy. Each one values his or her life and fights the knife.” PETA also makes Holocaust comparisons when it condemns meat eaters. Given these facts, what are we to conclude about PETA’s mass killing of 21,339 dogs and cats since 1998? By PETA’s own standards, it is a genocidal organization.
Disgusting. This is one of many reasons why PETA gets no money from me. I donate to the ASPCA, in large part because they run no-kill shelters.
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Read more on PETA’s outrageous killings, courtesy of Gina Spadafori and Nathan Winograd.
Hat tip: The Center For Consumer Freedom