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The Truth about PETA - 05/09/2013

There's GOT to be a better way! –Kim PETA to Local Shelter: "Kill More Animals" Normally, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) – the latest entrant to the drone market – takes every media hit it can performing stunts to oppose the killing of animals. Whether for clothing, eating or curing AIDS , you can be sure PETA "lettuce ladies" will be out in force trying to stop the use of animals. However, when it comes to homeless pets, PETA doesn't mind the killing of animals; in fact, PETA itself kills dogs and cats wholesale. State regulatory filings show that PETA killed just shy of 30,000 pets since 1998 . And if you're an animal shelter trying to kill fewer pets, PETA will try to shame you into killing more . No, seriously – PETA sent activists to shoot undercover videos of shelters in New York State to make the case for more shelter pet killing. PETA is very efficient at shelter pet killing – those state records show that last year, PETA killed nearly 90% of the pets in its care. And PETA employees killed pets that court records in a North Carolina trial showed that they called "adorable" and "perfect." PETA's stance isn't new: PETA wrote to a Florida newspaper that reducing shelter killing was foolish and only a "no-birth" pet community was acceptable . PETA argued feverishly against a proposed ordinance in its hometown of Norfolk, Virginia that would reduce euthanasia at the city pound. So why might PETA be so vested in pet killing? The world's most r...

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