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What’s Behind PETA’s Systematic Killing of Animals?

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 Butcher of Norfolk

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.

More Kittens Dead at the Hands of PETA

Last week I reported about all the kittens PETA rounded up and took to the…

Honoring the Intent of SB 1381: Put PETA Out of the Killing Business

After PETA stole Maya, a family’s beloved dog, in order to kill her, the Virginia legislature…

PETA’s Endless Slaughter

Just Released Statistics Show that in 2016, PETA Killed 854 Cats and 557 Dogs. Please…

The Enemy of My Enemy is NOT My Friend

Supporters of “Jallikattu” in India, where a scared — not “sacred” as proponents claim, but…

Direct Action Everywhere: Stop Embracing Dog & Cat Killers

Updated January 17, 2017 A Letter to the Leadership, Activists, & Supporters of Direct Action…

PETA: ‘cats better off dead’

“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.”

Another “Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad” Year at PETA

2015 saw thousands of animals killed by PETA and thousands more which PETA urged be killed and it shows no sign of slowing down.

2015: The Year of the Cat?

We’re making progress to be sure. But we have more work to do.