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March 21st, 2013
PETA HIPPIE-CRITS

PETA killed more than 1,600 cats and dogs at its Virginia headquarte rs last year

Animal rights charity PETA killed almost 90 per cent of dogs and cats placed in the care of the shelter at its Virginia headquarters last year, it has been revealed today.

The charity, well-known for attention grabbing publicity campaigns such as the 'I'd rather go naked' anti-fur campaign, euthanized 1,647 cats and dogs last year and only placed 19 in new homes according to the data submitted to the Virginia Department for Agriculture and Consumer Services.

PETA told Mail Online that the animals they take in at the center are 'unadoptable', however 89.4 per cent of pets is much higher than their own approximation that half of animals taken to shelters end up being euthanized.

According to the statistics 1,110 cats and 733 dogs were handed in to the charity in 2012.

22 cats and 108 dogs were transferred to another shelter, two cats and three dogs were reclaimed by their owner while 1,045 cats and 602 were euthanized.


34 cats and 7 dogs were placed under a category entitled 'Miscellaneous'.

The statistics have been promoted by a restaurant advocacy coalition called Center for Consumer Freedom, which has had numerous run-ins with the charity in the past.

Maybe they were just classified as post-natal abortions. So the vets are heroes in the eyes of liberals? Just part of animal family planning!  

Seriously though, PETA is an absolutely evil organization that says whatever it has to say to steal your money.  These are the same people who compared chicken McNuggets to the holocaust.  Even if you're a vegetarian, you have to admit that PETA members are a buncha dumb asses.If you love animals give to the SPCA or Humane Society but not PETA.

-W&J's Producer

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