PETA are fucking hypocrites

Date Published: Apr 26, 2016

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How about a organization that calls meat eaters animal killers but has no issues with killing animals themselves?

That orginisation is called PETA.

Part 1: PETA are pro euthanasia:

I will be first going over The Deadly Consequences of ‘No-Kill’ Policies and responding to the points raised by PETA.

From PETA: “Consider this parable about “no-kill” policies: You’re walking next to a river and you see a kitten floating past. You jump in and save the kitten. Then another one floats by, so you save that one, too. Then another and another and another float by, and you soon realize that you can’t save them all. So you run upstream to see who’s throwing kittens into the water—and you stop that person."

You can do the rescue and the action needed to reduce the number of new animals.

From PETA: “Thousands of unwanted, abandoned, neglected, and stray animals pour into animal shelters across the country every day—far outnumbering the good homes available to take them in. But instead of “going upstream,” i.e., instead of working to address the source of the problem, which is the runaway animal birth rate, people are being pressured into focusing on the symptoms."

You could try to increase adoption rates by moving animals to areas where that type is in high demand, then get the local communities involved so people more people know where the local santarey is which if done properly could lead to people getting more rescue animals rather than buying them solving mutiple issues at the same time.

From PETA: “We can end the cycle of animal births, homelessness, and deaths, but we must address the root cause instead of flailing in the water, pulling out one kitten at a time while so many others float by, and screaming that others in the water with us aren’t saving enough kittens."

Why can you not do both of those things as bad tactics will lead to bad results, As people who are not convinced by a argument to adopt instead of getting an animal from a seller then if you have made sure the local community know that they can adopt in the local area meaning that getting the people who are going to adopt to adopt is simple and rescuing animals can be done with most of the resources.

From PETA: “IS ‘RESCUE’ WORK FIXING THE HOMELESS-ANIMAL CRISIS? Finding homes for needy dogs and cats is gratifying, but to use another apt analogy, it’s like bailing out a sinking ship with a teaspoon: The boat will still go down unless we fix the gaping hole in the bottom."

Why Even if it seems like an impossible task you should not kill animals unless there is no other options (And not finding a home is not a reason to kill an animal).

From PETA: “Finding a home for one dog may save one life, but sterilizing one dog will save hundreds, if not thousands, of dogs’ lives by preventing generations of potentially homeless puppies from being born. “

Welcome to 1984 enjoy your stay.

From PETA: “Getting a spay/neuter law passed saves even more lives. Stopping the problem at its source is where our time, energy, and funds are needed most. That is how we can drastically reduce—and hopefully end—the homeless-animal crisis and the need for euthanasia."

Forcing people to do what you want sounds like a dick move and maybe you will be better off if you stopped wasting money on the protests you have every three seconds.

From PETA: “Many groups striving to go “no-kill” use limited resources to provide temporary care; ship dogs and cats across the country (even though every state struggles with the same crisis); close their doors to the neediest animals—those who are in danger of abuse or are injured, sick, elderly, or aggressive; and even attack open-admission shelters that must euthanize animals."

You have gone full blown hypocrites as you say it is not humane to eat meat but killing pets is fair game.

For one if you look at a no-kill shelter you will find that the pets most needing of them get priority over other pets.

Second your adoption rate is shit less than 100 animals were adopted from you last year witch is complete shit and appears you are not trying hard at all to rehome them all from a charity that claims to care about animals.

And Euthanizing is is meant for animals that cannot be treated not for healthy animals.

Does the difference in survival rates make up for the 75% of animals you kill?

From PETA: ““No-kill” rhetoric lets the real culprits of the overpopulation crisis—greedy breeders and the “pet” trade—off the hook and keeps them laughing all the way to the bank."

So killing pets is the way to do it PETA?

From PETA: ““We must place and support ads that tell the truth: that breeders and pet shops are the ones that kill … shelter dogs’ chances of finding a home."

You killed 1502 animals last year so you are also responsible for the killing.

From PETA: “THE DEADLY CONSEQUENCES OF ‘NO-KILL’ POLICIES It’s appalling to contemplate, but when shelters give in to pressure to go “no-kill” before they have overcome the breeding and selling of animals in their communities and before establishing sufficient spaying and neutering services."

It is normal for no kill shelters to neuter the animals before they leave to go to a new home and not of been killed by a heartless organisation called PETA that claims to like animals but has no issues with killing them.

From PETA: “Animals are turned away at the shelter door, but they don’t magically vanish. “No-kill” shelters are usually at capacity, so they stop taking in animals, including those in emergency or abusive situations."

Yes only like fucking 75% you are going to kill the pet that comes to you fuckers.

From PETA: “As just one example, someone turning three dogs in to an open-admission shelter in Mississippi told a reporter, “It was either that or shoot them."

Still 75% chance you will kill them to keep your “shelter” that is more like a killing house.

From PETA: “Animals still die—but in pain. Dying Kitten Found in VirginiaInstead of a peaceful death in a caring person’s arms, animals die slowly and in agony on the streets, in backyards, under sheds, on chains, and at the hands of abusive people."

The person is unlikely to ever be caring if they are doing it 4 times a day and pets will still die like that whatever you do.

From PETA: “One animal control officer termed it “euthanasia by proxy.” It is also becoming common for shelters that boast high “save rates” to have a sky-high rate of unassisted deaths in cages and kennels from illness or injuries."

Citation needed as i’ve provided citations and of course if you try to save a pet rather than just killing it you are going to have high amounts of deaths in cages as not every attempt to save a pet is going to be successful but at least they try unlike you.

From PETA: “Animals spend months or years in cages."

Not every shelter keeps animals in cages for months in fact some of them actually care about the animals in their care.

From PETA: “Experts agree that after as little as two weeks in a traditional shelter."

Even tho the point you made can be used against you it is still a citation needed.

From PETA: “animals can begin to deteriorate psychologically and become withdrawn, depressed, anxious, or aggressive. If adopted, animals who have been confined for extended periods are often repeatedly returned because of behavioral issues—a traumatic yo-yo experience that makes them even less adoptable."

If the pet has been confined for months then the shelter is neglecting a pet as they should be outside as much as possible and not just kept in cages for multiple days.

From PETA: “Animals are cast out and keep on reproducing. To increase “save” rates, some shelters promote animal abandonment. One big sanctuary recently issued a news release urging Good Samaritans to leave homeless kittens on the streets, rather than taking them to a shelter."

Pets are cast out no matter what type of shelter is available dip-shits and of course as always I like to see a citation from you as I find you to be completely untrustable.

From PETA: “That’s madness: Not only are abandoned kittens in danger of infection, disease, starvation, and being hit by cars, attacked by dogs and wildlife, and abused by cruel people, the surviving ones will also eventually go on to reproduce, resulting in even more homeless animals."

No kill shelters do not cause homelessness as alot of them are set up privately for that purpose aka they are extra spaces that are able to deal with more challenging pets and thanks for using yourself as a citation.

From PETA: “Animals are handed over to abusers and hoarders. When numbers become the priority, animals are no longer viewed as individuals deserving of consideration and respect but instead as inventory that must be moved, causing shelters to toss aside even basic safeguards."

When you are killing 75% of the animals in your care then you are the ones viewing them as a number and ,have you heard of a concept called a home check?

From PETA: “Homeless animals are increasingly being found tortured and killed by adopters who weren’t screened or, even more commonly, caged in hoarders’ filthy basements, garages, sheds, and barns."

Even if that was true how would killing pets lead to less animals tortured and killed and where is the citation for such a big claim?

From PETA: “Every day, headlines appear about raids on self-described “rescuers” and the animals—both sick and dead—who were removed from the cruel and disgusting conditions in the homes of the “rescuers.” When one hoarding facility masquerading as a “rescue” in San Jose, California, caught fire, nearly 100 cats burned to death inside carriers, unable to flee while the plastic melted down on top of them."

I see no citation for the everyday and shelters that kill animals can see the same fucking issues with fire you fucking idiots as killing pets does not suddenly mean you magically not have any fires.

Part 2 Drawing of what PETA are like(Link to PETA saying eating meat is wrong):

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