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PETA 'killed more than 95 per cent of adoptable dogs and cats in its care last year'
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[quote:Hope_Full:MV8xOTQ5MTk1XzMyNjYzMDk1XzlBRTY2NjA=] You know, this is just BS. PETA (here in my hometown, Norfolk), had to deal with all the mess left behind by Michael Vick. Lest ye forget, he left behind dozens of MESSED-UP dogs that were in deplorable shape. Those dogs were dumped on PETA. They had no choice but to euthanize those animals. And this is frequently how it goes for PETA. They get the "pets" that come out of the most horrific of circumstances and try to salvage what they can. PETA has a massive dog park in downtown Norfolk and they offer super low-cost spay/neuter programs to pet owners, no questions asked. They do a lot of good here in Hampton Roads. A LOT of good. [/quote]
The report, released by non-profit consumer group, claims that PETA - which is known for its outspoken stance on animal rights - were responsible for the deaths of nearly 2,000 adoptable animals last year alone.
The records also show that the animal-rights organization has killed more than 27,000 animals at its headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia since 1998.
link to www.dailymail.co.uk
How many actually believed peta was awesome for animal protection?
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