Report Exposes PETA's 'Secret Slaughter of Kittens, Puppies'

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Nathan J. Winograd wrote an extensive exposé for the Huffington Post on the history of euthanizing animals perpetrated by the supposed animal-loving group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Winograd reports that thousands of animals are killed every year, and his post is filled with unsettling photos to prove his point.

    Warning readers right away that the images in his report are "graphic" and may "distress the reader," Winograd goes on to reveal that "approximately 2,000 animals pass through PETA's front door every year and very few make it out alive."

    Amazingly, the article claimed that 96 percent of the animals that pass through PETA's doors ended up dead. Worse, PETA's donors are the ones paying for these killings even as those same donors think they are sending money to save animals.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journa...-PTEA-for-Secret-Slaughter-of-Kittens-Puppies
     
  2. HankD

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    Well RM, you probably know their predictable response - "it's better than letting them suffer".

    Also - given the theory of evolution - a dog or cat is of no more value than a person just a different species. One could then surmise that this is the death culture's view of human life as well, proven by the facts of convenience human abortions and "death with dignity" (human euthanasia in disguise) legal here in WA and OR.

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  3. Aaron

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    PETA isn't as much about saving animals as they are about downgrading humans.
     

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