Beware: The Big Lies Parroted by Pet Murdering Groups

As if being habitually homicidal isn’t enough, pet murderers also have a habitual lying problem. It stands to reason, though. After all, if they were honest, they wouldn’t be allowed to…

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Using Bigotry to Defend Theft and Killing — Well Done, PETA

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Yesterday I spent a few hours reading through the latest court documents in the lawsuit against PETA (you know the one I mean, the one against them because they stole and killed a little girl’s dog). Predictably, it’s full of lies and half truths and, man, are PETA’s lawyers snarky. But what really got under my skin is PETA’s attempt to smear Maya’s family. This is typical PETA behavior — they’re bullies and anyone who dares stand up to them becomes a target, which I know from personal experience. But what is especially heinous about this particular smearing is the not so subtle racism and xenophobia they’re employing. I guess I shouldn’t have been too surprised, since PETA supporters also employ bigotry in order to try to silence truth tellers, and PETA never steps in to put a stop to it. But, holy hell, it’s low.

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PETA: Lie Away, Doesn’t Change the Fact that Your Shelter is A Slaughterhouse

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I’ve written many times about Maya, the dog who was stolen and killed by PETA employees, about the lawsuit Maya’s family has filed against PETA, and about my desire to do whatever I can to help Maya’s family find justice. Things in the legal realm are well under way, and the most recent thing to happen is that PETA responded to the individual complaints against them. For a spot on run down of PETA’s latest lies, er, response you can read the most recent blog piece by Nathan Winograd, “It’s the Family’s Fault We Stole and Killed Their Dog.

There’s no point in reiterating what Mr. Winograd has already concisely laid out so I only want to touch on one thing. I was reading through PETA’s answers yesterday and when I got to point 19, the point addressing my blog and my employment with PETA, I…

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Using Bigotry to Defend Theft and Killing — Well Done, PETA

Yesterday I spent a few hours reading through the latest court documents in the lawsuit against PETA (you know the one I mean, the one against them because they stole and killed a little girl&#8217…

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No Kill in a Nutshell: All You Need To Know & Do To Make YOUR Community No Kill

Shelter: To protect from harm, to provide refuge, a safe haven The first time many animals experience neglect and abuse is at the very shelter that is supposed to protect them from it. Our shelters…

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An Animal Lover’s ‘Greeting’ Card to PETA

May the wind always be at your front (Along with a steamroller going backwards)           

May the road with a 15 foot deep pothole rise up to greet you                                                 

May your naked bottoms sit in a field of poison ivy                                                                 

May your arms be too short to reach the itch

Sincerely,   

Animals / Animal Lovers   

PETA MURDERS ANIMALS!

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No Kill Means No Compromising and NOBODY left behind

By Nathan Winograd Our Eyes on the Real Prize: Reaching Higher and Why I Now Disown My Progeny, the 90% Rule The City of Irvine’s shelter in California saves 91% of the animals. For people living i…

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No Kill Animal Shelters – Know The Facts, Disregard The Myths

Myth: No Kill is too expensive. Our community cannot afford it. Fact: No Kill is cost-effective, fiscally responsible, and a great economic boon to local communities. Municipalities who want to ena…

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No Kill in a Nutshell: All You Need To Know & Do To Make YOUR Community No Kill

Shelter: To protect from harm, to provide refuge, a safe haven

 

The first time many animals experience neglect and abuse is at the very shelter that is supposed to protect them from these very things!      No Kill in a Nutshell: All You Need To Know & Do To Make YOUR Community No Kill

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Beating Your Head Against the Wall of PETA’s True Believers

Yesterday one of the most thoughtful and intelligent pieces I’ve ever read on PETA was published by Barkpost and written by Arin Greenwood. The piece, entitled “PETA’s Shelter Eut…

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New York City’s House of Horrors

On 1/6/2016, NYCACC, a disgraceful cesspool of death and cruelty, did the unthinkable: They murdered Pumpkin, a beautiful 2 year old cat, who was very friendly.

Horrible, right? Indeed. But there’s more. Pumpkin was murdered WHILE SHE WAS GIVING BIRTH TO HER PRECIOUS BABIES!  Need I say more? NYCACC makes the Bates Motel look like Disneyland by comparison. 

Those barbarians who run NYCACC……NEED TO BE KICKED TO THE CURB…WITH THE REST OF THE GARBAGE.  GOD BLESS PUMPKIN & HER BABIES.  

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Culpepper High School makes Anatomy students dissect a Cat *Not me*

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PETA Equals Death

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No Kill in a Nutshell: All You Need To Know & Do To Make YOUR Community No Kill

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No Kill in a Nutshell: All You Need To Know & Do To Make YOUR Community No Kill

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Shelter: To protect from harm, to provide refuge, a safe haven

The first time many animals experience neglect and abuse it at the very shelter that is supposed to protect them from it. Our shelters are in crisis. Why? Killing is an act of violence. And not only do people in shelters work at a very place that commits this violence, they have, in fact, been hired to do exactly that. Can we really be surprised when they dont clean thoroughly, dont feed the animals, handle them too roughly, neglect and abuse them, or simply ignore their cries for help? How does shoddy cleaning or rough handling or skipping meals compare with putting an animal to death? Because shelter workers understand that they have the power to kill each and every one of these animals, and will in fact kill most of them, every interaction they have with those animals…

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