PETA is an animal’s worst friend

PETA is an animal’s worst friend

What? Yes, you read the title right. PETA is the worst friend an animal could have these days. Normally an organization takes its mission statement and tries to fulfill it. Not PETA.

In their 25th year fighting for the rights of all animals “PETA believes that animals have rights and deserve to have their best interests taken into consideration, regardless of whether they are useful to humans. Like you, they are capable of suffering and have an interest in leading their own lives; therefore, they are not ours to use — for food, clothing, entertainment, experimentation, or any other reason.”

Back to reality and what PETA really does. PETA doesn’t stand for the “ethical treatment of animals.” According to the Center for Consumer Freedom, in 2003 alone PETA killed over 85% of the dogs, cats, puppies and kittens it took into its care. During the same time the Norfolk SPCA and Virginia Beach SPCA adopted out 73% and 66% of its animals respectfully. A nearly opposite turnover.

Is it a money issue? No. PETA takes in millions of dollars each year, over 29 million in 2004. However, instead of actually caring about animals, their agenda is much different. There mission statement should state “Radical Animal Killers spending millions on teaching children to be vegetarians, telling milk drinkers they are Nazis (Durbin wants to be their spokesman), promoting a meatless Thanksgiving, defending violent extremists, and killing helpless animals.”

Just this last week, two PETA employees picked up 31 healthy dogs and cats and killed them in the back of a van. That is terrible, but it gets worse. They had no respect for these animals. They took their bodies and dumped them in a strip mall dumpster. They now face 31 felony charges.

What would PETA have done if hunters had picked up 31 healthy dogs and cats and killed them for fun? PETA would boycott their work places, picket outside their church, and plaster this story all over the media. Guess what, though? At least one of the employees still has their job, which means this is a common practice at PETA. I wonder how many other animals have been slaughtered and dumped by PETA?

PETA should be ashamed of its hypocrisy!

The problem here is simple. If you don’t respect life, then you don’t have a conscience. The majority of people who belong to PETA will fight for animal’s rights and then turn around and support the killing of unborn humans. If you truly care about life, then you should protect both human life and animal life.

The Center for Consumer Freedom has created and recently bought a billboard in Times Square to educate people on the evils of PETA. It is truly a shame that animal-loving people have been conned by the unethical directors of PETA.

If you have contributed to PETA, contact them and ask for a refund. If you haven’t contributed to PETA, don’t. Your local SPCA will do a much better job. Contact PETA at and let them know you don’t agree with their slaughtering of animals and lying to their donors.

Today PETA stands for People for the Execution of Tame Animals. Tomorrow PETA stands for People for the Eating of Tasty Animals.

© Nathan Tabor

Disclaimer connected to this blog….Things said are of my opinion and the opinion of others….Stay tuned  Best -B

~ by topcatsroar on April 10, 2013.

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