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  • PETA is pure evil

    Been reading on facebook and other places more atrocities by PETA. They claim eating meat is evil, put out comics depicting parents glorifying in butchering animals to scare kids, and claim to be for the "Ethical treatment of animals"

    Yet what they really want is to just kill people's pets. They think keeping pets is somehow "cruel" and will use any excuse to kill a pet rather than find it a home. Even shelters that euthanize will attempt to find homes for their animals before resorting to euthanizing. Peta starts out by euthanizing or just plain killing animals it takes in. It even will go so far as to STEAL pets from people and kill them.

    Check this out:
    http://www.whypetaeuthanizes.org/maya/
    On October 18, 2014, in Parksley, VA, PETA stole Maya, a happy and healthy dog, from her porch while her family was out. They killed her that very day.

    According to a spokesman for Maya’s family, PETA came to the trailer park where the family lives, where most of the residents are Spanish speaking with few resources. The PETA representatives befriended the residents. They got to know who lived where and who had dogs. In fact, they sat with the family on the same porch off which they later took Maya. Waiting until the family was away from the home, PETA employees backed their van up to the porch and threw biscuits to Maya, in an attempt to coax her off her property and therefore give PETA the ability to claim she was a stray dog “at large.” But Maya refused to stay off the porch and ran back. Thinking that no one was around, one of the employees—who was later charged with larceny—went onto the property and took Maya.

    When the family returned and found their beloved Maya missing, they searched around the neighborhood before checking the video on the surveillance camera. That is when they saw the PETA van on the film and recognized the woman who had come to their house on prior occasions to talk to them about Maya. They called PETA and asked for Maya’s return. According to a family spokesperson, PETA claimed it did not have the dog. When PETA was told that its employees had been filmed taking the dog, they hung up. Shortly afterward, a PETA attorney called and informed the family that Maya was dead. PETA had killed her

    surveillance video



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    I think PETA has officially developed a "god" complex...that's just sick...
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    • #3
      Not the first time PETA members have been prosecuted for killing pets.
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      • #4
        I actually hate peta. I have always gotten a pet from a local foster organization, a breeder, or someone who's pet got out before they were spayed. Hey, can't go wrong with giving an animal a loving home.
        A happy family is but an earlier heaven.
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        • #5
          There's also People for the Eating of Tasty Animals, don't confuse them with these nut jobs.


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          • #6
            PETA has never made any sense.


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            • #7
              PETA refused to speak to any media about this. They are cowards who will not even explain what they did.
              "I am not angered that the Moral Majority boys campaign against abortion. I am angry when the same men who say, "Save OUR children" bellow "Build more and bigger bombers." That's right! Blast the children in other nations into eternity, or limbless misery as they lay crippled from "OUR" bombers! This does not jell." - Leonard Ravenhill

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              • #8
                how many people donate to PETA, thinking they are helping animals and pets, while in reality they are helping PETA to kill them?

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                • #9
                  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dougla...b_6648696.html
                  WHISTLEBLOWER: PETA Ex-Employee Alleges She Was Encouraged to Steal and Kill Pets, and to Falsify Records

                  According to Harper-Troje, Ingrid Newkirk authorized her staff to steal pets -- animals that were then killed, immediately -- and records of killing were routinely doctored. Ms. Harper-Troje is an exceptionally brave woman -- she is willing to go on the record and use her real name. She will be eviscerated.



                  http://wavy.com/2015/02/11/peta-euth...rom-last-year/
                  NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – New numbers show just how many dogs and cats PETA put down at it’s Norfolk shelter last year.

                  This comes as the locally-based animal welfare group has come under fire for taking a chihuahua without permission and euthanizing it.

                  By law, PETA and other animal shelters are required to submit their records annually to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The records show that in 2014, PETA took in 1,606 cats and 1,025 dogs.

                  The fate of those animals breaks down as follows:

                  16 of those cats were adopted, 43 were given to other Virginia Releasing Agencies, and 1,536 (95.64 percent) were euthanized.
                  23 of PETA’s 1,025 dogs were adopted, 209 were transferred to other Virginia Releasing agencies, and 788 (nearly 77 percent) were euthanized.

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                  • #10
                    I have heard rumours for years that they have been doing this sort of thing.

                    Hopefully this will pull the curtains back and show them for what they are.


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                    • #11
                      Ingrid Newkirk is a crazy woman who believes no animal should be held captive, but should be dead or left in its natural habitat. However she's smart enough to know better than to say this, because Peta would be shut down immediately.
                      A happy family is but an earlier heaven.
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                      • #12
                        Seriously? I'd think getting plenty of food, being in a safe place, and having plenty of enrichment would be a domesticated animal's paradise! A good owner is much better for a tame animal than being in the wild!
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Catholicity View Post
                          Ingrid Newkirk is a crazy woman who believes no animal should be held captive, but should be dead or left in its natural habitat. However she's smart enough to know better than to say this, because Peta would be shut down immediately.
                          Homes are the natural habitat of pets like dogs and cats. They don't live in the wild. Dogs were bred from wolves to be domesticated, for instance. They never existed in the wild. If it were not for men, there would be no dogs.

                          But PETA doesn't get that, or even care. Like you said, they just want to kill the pets. They think "owning" animals is slavery and cruel. Most pets are treated as well as people's own children and are part of the family.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Sparko View Post
                            Homes are the natural habitat of pets like dogs and cats. They don't live in the wild. Dogs were bred from wolves to be domesticated, for instance. They never existed in the wild. If it were not for men, there would be no dogs.

                            But PETA doesn't get that, or even care. Like you said, they just want to kill the pets. They think "owning" animals is slavery and cruel. Most pets are treated as well as people's own children and are part of the family.
                            Oh believe me I know. My parent's poodle slept in the lazy chair all of her life or in my or my sister's bed. My cat sleeps on my feet. Not to mention he has always been given his own bathroom and fed a highly personalize diet and gets to eat my sandwich if its made from lunch meat. He also likes to climb up for attention and sit with the baby as long as she's asleep. He kinda likes her. And he prefer's to accompany me for everything I do, and yes I don't mind the extra company. Don't know what I'd do without it.
                            A happy family is but an earlier heaven.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Sparko View Post
                              Homes are the natural habitat of pets like dogs and cats. They don't live in the wild. Dogs were bred from wolves to be domesticated, for instance. They never existed in the wild. If it were not for men, there would be no dogs.

                              But PETA doesn't get that, or even care. Like you said, they just want to kill the pets. They think "owning" animals is slavery and cruel. Most pets are treated as well as people's own children and are part of the family.
                              And many modern (and relatively modern) breeds of dog would simply not do well in the wild. They're far too specialized and in many cases "fragile." There is a reason that wild dogs the world over are essentially a certain size and shape.

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