PETA’s systematic killing of animals and embrace of their killing cannot be understood without a psychological analysis of both Ingrid Newkirk, PETA’s founder, as well as those she recruits to do her bidding.
The blog I write is about reforming animal sheltering in the United States. It is about ending the systematic killing of animals in these pounds. But this particular blog isn’t about sheltering. This isn’t about the battle between the No Kill philosophy and its eventual conquest over regressive, kill-oriented approaches. This is about something more nefarious. This is about Ingrid Newkirk. This is about an animal killing, arrogant, disturbed person. And enough is enough.
“An international animal rights organization believes the free-roaming cats that live under this borough’s boardwalk would be better off with a lethal injection than having to spend all their nine lives in the cruel outdoors.”
PETA has once again shown its true colors, this time aligning itself with a hunting organization in order to promote the round up and killing of community cats.
Help me and other animal activists working to protect the thousands of animals every year who will continue to die at the hands of PETA every year and who need you to come to their defense.
While news of PETA’s activities so often results in people asking, “What happened to PETA?” and “When did it become so corrupt?” these questions, in light of PETA’s history, are misguided and misinformed. Nothing has happened to PETA.